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Shooting in Raw Format

When to Start Shooting in Raw Format?

Previously, I discussed the Raw vs Jpg and the benefits of shooting in Raw Format. Here are a few significant reasons for using Raw:

Shooting in Raw format will give you more control over how your photograph shows and even be able to correct several small flaws when you capture the photo, such as the exposure. You can quickly fix the white balance in a RAW file if the white balance cannot be set appropriately with the camera when taking a photo.

Shooting in Raw Format

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

Are you ready to shoot in Raw format?

If you choose to shoot in RAW, the photograph can be enlarged 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, which means that 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. 

Shooting in Raw Format

shooting in raw format
This photo is original raw format without any post-processing.

Shooting in Raw Format

shooting raw format
After a few adjustments in Lightroom, this picture displays more details.

On the other hand, if you just started digital photography, I strongly suggest shooting in Jpg and stay more focus on your photography techniques. Therefore, taking a few photography classes is more beneficial for you.

We offer many photography workshops for all levels, Digital Photography Bootcamp and Full-day Photography Class. Both workshops are for beginners. 

The Bootcamp is a complete photography class. It is a seven-week workshop and includes two field trips.

The Full-day Photography class is another popular program. Part one is the classroom session, and part two is a field trip.

Small class size and hands-on sessions assist you in learning photography with fun! 

In the next article, I will discuss more in Raw processing and measures that you need to take.  

Do you want to learn more about Photography Bootcamp?

Photography Bootcamp is a six-week photography program. It includes two field trips, one for daytime and one for nighttime photography techniques. 

I dedicate a good portion of our  Digital Photography Bootcamp to discuss many hidden features of camera settings and Composition. Bootcamp is one of our most popular photography courses, where I explain the Exposure, Composition, and much more.

The next Bootcamp starts on February 19th, 2020. There are a few spots left.

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Bootcamp Schedule:

Wednesday, February 19th and 26th, 6:00-9:00 pm

Wednesday, March 4th, 11th, 18th, from 6:00-9:00 pm

Saturday, March 21st, from 9:30am-12:30pm

Wednesday, March 25th and April 1st, from 6:00-9:00 pm 

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