RAW or JPEG Formats on DSLR Camera

RAW and JPEG are two file formats that digital cameras can store images in. There are lots of situations where shooting in RAW is better – but also many situations where you should choose JPEG.

In this tutorial you will learn which setting is best for which situations:

• Shoot in RAW: Live music, bright landscapes, fine art, detail shots, black and white shots.
• Shoot in JPEG: Sports, fast-action shots, everyday snapshots, things you want to share immediately, or if storage space is an issue.


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