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Which Format Is Best? When You Should Shoot Photos in JPEG and When You Should Use Camera RAW

All DSLRs, and even many point-and-shoots nowadays, can shoot in RAW format, meaning you can save your images as a completely unprocessed file that offers the potential for a higher-quality photo. The downside is that RAW files take up a lot of space and require extra work to process in post. So when should you use this format or when should you stick to space-saving JPEGs? SLR Lounge performed several tests to come to a (mostly) definitive conclusion. More » ...

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Source: Lifehacker - Thursday, 3 May, 2012


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