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Hi All,


I am not a professional photographer, but an enthusiast. I have been trying to understand why a raw file and a JPEG would create such a different result in Aperture. Below is an example of a random shot that I just took, RAW on the right, JPEG on the left. The JPEG version is exactly how I expected it to look, but the RAW has this weird yellowy/green pale theme to it (frankly the kid looks kinda ill) and you can see the worse definition on the flowers in the background. I use a 5D MARKII and I am running Aperture 3.2.1.

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I know the difference is not that huge, but it has been bugging me for a long time now. I prefer to shoot in RAW, but for the moment that just means I never the image that I want, so I shoot in JPEG+RAW. Any ideas on how to manage this?

Aperture 3, Mac OS X (10.7.2)
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