Which is best: RAW or JPEG?
Which one is better: RAW or JPEG? We explore the pros and cons of these two popular image formats and help you choose the one that's best for your style of photography.
Every DSLR offers the option to shoot RAW and JPEG. Which one should you use?
You may have heard photographers talking about the differences between RAW and JPEG files. In simple terms a RAW file is unprocessed by the camera – what the sensor sees is what you get. A JPEG file, on the other hand, is processed, with the camera applying a range of adjustments to the image – white balance, saturation, sharpening, etc – before shoehorning the file into a compressed 8-bit, JPEG image file...
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