Raw Vs. Jpeg

So when filming in Raw one of the downsides is that it takes up more file space. However, to contradict that, when in raw the image quality is significantly better. With that, raw brings out more of the natural shadows and highlights. Also with filming in raw, you are getting the unedited version of things that are all natural.

Filming in jpeg comes with its advantages, one of the advantages is that the file doesn’t take up as must storage as raw. With its upside, it does have negatives. When filming in jpeg, they somewhat edit the photo. They process through a white balance. Overall, most photographers chose to film in raw to have the best image quality.

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