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Shooting in RAW mode gives you better files, and more flexibility with your post processing. A lot is said about how fantastic RAW mode is. In fact, here are 10 reasons why you should be shooting in RAW! I’ve actually petitioned the High Council of Photographers to change the name to Awesome mode. Waiting to hear back.
Now you may be wondering how do you actually shoot in RAW? What does that even mean? What camera settings need to change? And then what on earth do you do with those weird files afterwards? Can you post them online? Print them? So many questions!
Well come with me, my friend, and I’ll show you everything you need to know to become a fancy RAW shooter. Just check out the video below, and all will be revealed:
Now I want to hear from you! Do you shoot in RAW? Do you find it makes a difference in how much post-processing you can do?
And if you don’t shoot in RAW yet, why not? Is there something about it that confuses you? Scares you? Are you afraid it will take more time?
Head down to the comments now and let me know what you think of RAW! Looking forward to chatting with you!