To get the best image quality from your D-SLR or compact system camera, and to take your photography to the next level, you need to be shooting in the RAW image format. When you take a photo in RAW on your camera, you capture much more detail in the scene compared to a simple JPEG. A RAW image is often called a digital negative, and with good reason, as with a RAW image you have far more flexibility to adjust contrast, colour and exposure at the editing stage. If you tried to do the same with a lowly JPEG you’ll soon end up with a pixelated mess!
Published: December 2013
Pages: 300 x 232