From RAW to JPEG: converting photographs

As a photographer, you will more than likely choose to shoot in RAW format. It is possible to change your camera to capture JPEG images – but you will lose a lot of the quality along the way. A RAW file is significantly larger than a JPEG file, as there is so much detail within the image. This is due to the subtlety of light and depth you can capture. Have the original file to work with in your editing software allows you more opportunity for creating a truly stunning image.
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