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JPG or RAW?

Published May 6th, 2011

Hey,
I'd like to know which filetype you use and what you think are the pros and cons of it.
I personally always shoot RAW because I don't want to throw away all the data.
In other words: Would you buy a house and only life in the basement?



I'm a german guy but I want to make this more international, so I post in english.



Looking forward to your answers!
- Chris

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djura
Djura Stankovic Photography (inactive)  almost 4 years ago
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RAW
AleksandrKozlov
Aleksandr Kozlov  almost 4 years ago
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http://froknowsphoto.com/raw-vs-jpeg-side-by-side-comparison/
Here you will find a very good explanation why raw is better then Jpeg.
Enjoy.
ryne_bogart
Ryne Bogart  almost 4 years ago
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RAW! JPG is too limiting on what you can do with it after you press the shutter.
RPD-Photography
Rob D  almost 4 years ago
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go RAW ! thats the better choice. all the postprocessing is much better in RAW, because all information about the picture, how it was made with its whiteballance and so on, is saved in the pictureinformation...

-> The only way to go pro is to go RAW !