In this post, I will explain what is the RAW file and why you should be shooting in this format.

Let's start with a quick definition.

RAW is an uncompressed file format that captures all data recorded by the sensor of your camera. It's like negative in film photography, the RAW file is a negative in digital photography. 

When I first started shooting in RAW, it changed dramatically the quality of my work. I've never shot in JPG since.

Why You should be shooting in RAW?

Here are my 5 Reasons :

1. Quality and better details.
2. White Balance correction.
3. Exposure correction.
4. Sharpening and noise reduction.
5. Better Workflow, you can always back your original RAW files.

March 08, 2020 — Kimla

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