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I shoot RAW all the time. When I shoot for clients it's important to me that they get the best results. The shots I take for my own collection are often printed but the quality of the prints differ and the freedom of changing the image to match printing is important to me.

I know my father is shooting JPEG all the time. Is one better than the other? I'd say use what makes you feel comfortable and that's all that matters.
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Is one better than the other? I'd say use what makes you feel comfortable and that's all that matters.

Ill agree with that
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I have actually gone a really different direction and have started using my S4 Google Edition for most photos. I am not a professional and I'm not fully leveraging the abilities of a dslr so quality is close enough for me and I get auto uploads and geo tagging. So I am basically using jpeg now with just marginal editing in G+ photo editor.
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