Shooting in Raw

In this lesson, Raj explains the raw vs. jpg format and how and why use raw format.

Click for large version. 1/30, f8, iso 1000:

Raj also reminds us, “…the Raw image you got out from your camera is not yet an image file… You must output it as a jpg file using an appropriate software.”

Here are my raw images. The edited versions were done through Lr basic edits (highlights/shadows) and added vignetting.

1/200, f7.1, iso 1250:

1/30, f18, iso 200:

I have been using raw format for a while, but didn’t know the ins and outs. Thanks to Raj for taking time to explain in such detail.

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