@Red - I do not chat with Buyer directly, but it seems hard to believe these days!
@Dewers - There seems to be allot of debate over that, but the same arguments could be said of JPEGs...
@Parkinsonsniper - Why not convert your files to DNG with all the corrections?
I used to convert all my CR2 right to DNG, but found that with older machines, a single change to the file would cause the whole file to be back-up instead of a simple XMP file (kb sized). Basically, quicker back-ups.
As for quality, when one Uploads a JPEG to DT, and then is re-res-ed to 'other' sizes, there is going to be some degradation of the file, plain and simple. So why NOT start with a HiRes (RAW/DNG/TIFF) and work down from there?
As for file size... What is a 50+MB file these days... When you Print your own work at a Print shop like AdoramaPix, what size are they?
@Costa007 - Been a Photoshop user since version 1.0, and work in digital media ever since... Most of my work is HDR... Tone-Mapping and Masking are OLD friends!
@Synthetic - Might want to Check that...
My point is, why not Upload the Highest Quality first, and make the derivatives from there?
In terms of stealing, you have placed a digital file in a public realm.
Is it fair NO.
and when you see Google doing this -
it has to make you wonder why DT seems behind the times...
Just my two cents...
I shoot mostly camera RAW, with HDR in mind. All of my fi...