Ruby likes to sleep with the tip of her tongue sticking out. Except in this photo she's just waking up. Looks like she's giving me a raspberry. Raw processed in Lightroom.
Late Thursday night at Pei-Wei. Picked up an order of sesame chicken and brown rice. Processed in Lightroom from raw.
I keep bouncing back and forth between JPEG and raw processing. Every time I pull JPEG out of the camera and then look at it a little closely (not even 100%) I keep seeing speckles and mud-like artifacts in the shadows. If I run the raw through Lightroom I get clean shadows. I might get grain, but I can live with grain. I just can't abide the "mud" that the Olympus JPEG engine produces in the shadows. I'm getting some prints made so I can see if there's any difference between the in-camera produced JPEGs and the Lightroom produced JPEGs. I'm also going to adjust the settings a bit to truly match what the E-P2 produces. I should have done this a while back, but I didn't know any better.
So I guess I will continue to work with RAW, but leave everything else the same in-camera. Maybe change the default settings in Lightroom as well.