I’m sure you’ve heard it before, “always shoot in RAW” but why? This article is here to break down the reasonings why RAW files are so much more special than JPG formats.
What is the difference between RAW vs JPG
When you take a picture with your camera, there’s some processing and compression that goes on in the background. RAW files contain minimal processing and as a result, there’s more “raw” information stored in the file.
On the contrast, a JPG has more processing and some information or quality is lost.
RAW files = higher quality and more information.