..and another reason to shoot RAW: several functions in Adobe Lightroom do not work, or do not work consistently, when you shoot JPG pictures.
- Generating the XML files that optionally copy the information separately for each picture in the catalog;
- Profile corrections in Lens Corrections.
There’s probably more. So if you needed more reasons to shoot RAW, there you go.
On another note: how many flashes do you need for creative flash photos?
One. Like here. A speedlight with a Honlphoto honeycomb grid attached to it.
And there you go!