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Thanks to the Canon IXUS-S100 and IXUS 115, I have the possibility to capture 24mp of each side of the image (RGB+RGGB+RGGB or RAW+RAWB, or RAWB+RGB) very easily. It is easy to use the RAWB and RAWB+RGGB format because it has a RAW option to directly take photos, but if you want to edit RAW, you need RAWB. Also, I love the RAW+RAWB format because you have RGB+B mode. In this article, I will describe how to capture RAW+RAWB and RAW+RGB format RAW photos with Canon IXUS S100 and IXUS 115 series. Update: I updated this article to integrate some of the comments of the Pixakart YouTube channel. Thank you! I change the description part, for example “Professional raw photo capture using Canon S100 (or IXUS camera). The different exposure mode: » RAW+RAWB » RAW+RGB-VR ” “Professional raw photo capture using Canon S100 (or IXUS camera). The different exposure mode: » RAW+RAWB » RAW+RGB-VR ” And I use a recent version of Canon FW 3.02 firmware. Capture RAW+RAWB+RGGB Format RAW Photos Preparation 1. Download Canon Firmware 3.02 2. Install RAW development software (Canon DPP, Adobe raw, Adobe Camera Raw) 3. Import Raw setting 1 on the beginning of the Canon Shooting menu. IMPORTANT: Click on the Back Arrow to return to the previous screen. That’s it. Capture RAW+RAWB Format RAW Photos with the Canon IXUS-S100 Method 1 Canon IXUS-S100 Using the following options : Capture Mode : RAW+RAWB Image Quality : RAW only and 24MP Preset for RAW development : Canon DPP 4.0 Capture Settings 1 Here you can choose a file format : RAW, RAWB or RAWB+RGGB. You have the choice of the resolution you want : 24MP for RAW+RAWB or 36MP for RAW+RGB Capture settings 2 You can also choose the photo quality. I chose RAW only because I am going to edit raw later. a681f4349e
Lily Fayolle My name is Lily Fayolle, I have a BSc in Clinical Psychology at the University of Exeter and I am currently studying for a postgrad in clinical psychology at the University of Portsmouth. I’m an NHS psychological services professional and have worked within the NHS since I qualified. I am really passionate about the way children and young people’s mental health services are run and I hope to use my qualifications to develop this further through my research. Faces4Families, a charity I work for, is based in East Devon and is close to my heart as it is one of the only organisations in the UK with a focus on supporting children and young people who have experienced trauma (trauma is the experience of threats, violence, disaster or loss which are experienced by an individual and can have an enormous impact on how they perceive themselves and how they relate to others). Mental health services need to be created to reflect the changing needs of our children and young people, to provide evidence based treatment when they need it and to ensure that the way services are designed and organised is family centred. With this in mind, I started the first Facing Trauma In Schools project with the NHS-SSI service in Dartford, Kent, in January 2017. This is a project I am incredibly passionate about, mainly because of my experiences working with children and young people in the NHS. I was involved in a pilot project in January 2016 when I was working for a NHS mental health service within the Brent area of East London. The pilot project showed that we can use the internet and social media to help children and young people understand their mental health needs and also to improve engagement with services. The idea of this proposed project is to look at the internet and social media usage of children and young people who have experienced trauma. This will be investigated for the top reasons why children and young people use the internet and social media, including socialising, communicating, looking at personal information and taking risks. This will then be compared to the internet and social media usage of children and young people who have not experienced trauma. There will be a focus on the impact of traumatic experiences when relating to friends and family members online, looking at the ways that the internet can help them process the impact of trauma, and how this differs between individuals. In the pilot project we created a Facebook page where the children and young people could identify the top three reasons why they use the
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