I had quite a few comments from Photography Life readers about my recent article Pushing a Small 1″ Sensor to ISO-12800. Some folks asked if they could see a comparison between the finished images in the article and the original RAW files (i.e. I opened up the RAW files in CS6 and made a jpeg out of them without making any adjustments in CS6). This short article shows the ISO-12800 comparison between the original RAW files and the finished files I used in the article.
Each image from the original article is shown as an original RAW file, then followed by a processed version of the image.
NOTE: Click on images to enlarge.
I hope providing these additional images made from the RAW files without any adjustments in post has been helpful.
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