Hello all, a question for the group: I shoot with a mirrorless camera (Olympus EM10ii), and thus have the ability to preview my shots in the EVF or on the screen as they will look when shot. I use a variety of custom shooting modes that I can save as presets (Olympus calls them "mysets"). In these mysets I can alter things like the level curve, contrast, saturation, etc.. In fact, I can set it up so that my sooc jpegs have the same basic global edits I would do with my raw files for these things. I still often need to do local edits, however, which is why I still want to shoot in raw and edit in post. My question is this: If I'm shooting raw to edit in post, is it better to leave the live view set to pretty much what I want as a final product in terms of levels and saturation, etc., because that's what I want it to look like eventually, or should I set up a very flat profile since the raw file will initially look flatter before editing? I can imagine the benefits of both approaches, so I am unsure which is the better one to do. Any advice will be appreciated!