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  1. Here is a great video about how to preserve the 3D look when your camera reduces your image to 2D. Depth of field or lack of it, light direction, contrast, colour, perspective, haze, fog, are all our friends. Sometimes conventional shooting, and by the book processing, works against 3D and diminishes the image. The presenter uses the word "landscape" but it applies to other subjects as well. https://fstoppers.com/education/how-create-more-depth-your-landscape-images-368548
  2. I would value some input on the shooting format my fellow contributors use. I currently shoot everything in RAW format with almost all camera with little or no in camera processing etc. This means I must must edit every image before submission etc and this makes for a very laborious and time consuming process. I have very recently been looking at samples of a friends portfolio shot with a quality Lumix compact camera in JPEG format and his results are very impressive indeed even without much post shoot processing. This holds good even for images printed on large canvasses and on display in his home. I would love to hear some responses and comments on the merits and demerits of JPEG shooting for stock photography purposes. Any constructive criticism or advice will be gratefully received. Thanks
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