At one time or another, we all face the dilemma – RAW or Jpeg? Have you ever found yourself wondering if you’re shooting the best format for your work? Do you really know the advantages and disadvantages of each format?
In the video below, I’ll explain everything you need to know. 🙂
We’ll look at why so many people can’t see a difference between the two formats (and why they’re looking at the wrong thing). We’ll look at the REAL reasons why you can do more with RAW files. Of course, we’ll check out side-by-side RAW and Jpeg example images too – underexposed, overexposed, and even properly exposed. (If you’ve only shot Jpeg thus far, these may blow your mind!)
In short, I’ll show you why RAW is the better choice for many photographers. And when Jpegs are just fine as well.
As an added bonus, after the main part of the video is over, I tacked on some information about 12 vs. 14 bit RAW and how to set up your Nikon or Sony camera for RAW shooting.
Enjoy! (and please share if you like it 🙂 )
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