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Quick Camera Tip: SWITCH TO RAW

Are you ready to Switch to RAW?


I am sure you have heard that shooting in Raw Format is the best before. It is true. However, there are many facts that you need to consider before switching to Raw.

If you choose to shoot in RAW, you can enlarge photos beyond the sensor’s resolution of your camera, and the scene of the image will contain high contrast. However, the image will not be ready for display (in print or digitally) right out of the camera. Raw files need post-processing, so you need to make them compatible with printers or displays.
If you are ready to do post-processing, by all means, start shooting in raw and enjoy the benefits.

Switch to Raw

Shooting in raw format
By shooting in Raw format, photographer can capture and maintain more data.

Do you want to switch to Raw?

We offer private Lightroom and Photoshop lessons. If you want to start shooting Raw or already have Raw files and want to learn to edit them professionally, I highly recommend taking a few classes on Post-Processing.

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