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Convert Raw to JPEG – 5 Easy Steps

You probably know by now that I advocate Raw shooting vs. JPEG. If your camera allows it, please shoot Raw. A Raw image contains all the data captured by the sensor, it’s uncompressed and it has a higher dynamic range (highlights and shadows). However, it can’t be printed directly from the camera without post-processing. You need […]

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