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Do you always shoot RAW?
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You should Shot RAW in Photography
RAW is a file format that captures all image data stored by the sensor when you take a shot.
When shooting in a format like JPEG image details is compressed and lost data. On the other hand, no data is compressed with RAW you’re able to produce higher quality photos. In RAW file format, there are lots of option while editing photos.
That's why always shot RAW.
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#27
Well I do not shoot RAW, and am happy with my pics. Ed.
To each his own!
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