Is shooting in raw format really worth going the extra mile for? In this tutorial we take a look at all the benefits.
Shooting raw format photos means fewer pictures on your card and more time spent editing your images. So why do nearly all pros do it? Below find answers to 8 common questions every beginner has about shooting raw format.
You can! Many DSLRs now have their own raw converters built in via their in-camera editing menu. You can even adjust raw parameters before saving a JPEG conversion. Here’s what you need to know…
In our latest Raw Tuesday post we turn our attention to file sizes and how shooting raw vs JPEG can make a big difference in how many images you can store on a memory card.
We all know the benefits of shooting raw format. In most situations you’ll find yourself, it will be more beneficial to shoot raw files. But when shooting sports, JPEG images offer a significant advantage. In our latest photography cheat sheet we explain how.
Raw format vs JPEG is a question that has long-haunted many photographers. We know the obvious benefits of shooting in raw format, but JPEGs also have their benefits.
In our latest photography cheat sheet we perform an exposure test of original JPEGs and processed raw files, which reveals just what raw can do… and what it can’t.
Adobe Camera Raw is now so good that we find we barely need to open images into Photoshop any more. Such is the depth of tools and commands on offer that you can perform almost every task you need to in Camera Raw.
In our latest Raw Tuesday tutorial we show you how to use Adobe Camera Raw to boost colours and details in different areas of your images.
In our latest Raw Tuesday tutorial on editing raw format files we explain how the Camera Raw editor in Photoshop Elements can help rescue your travel photos from some of the common mistakes photographers make.
In our latest Raw Tuesday tutorial we’ll show you how to make adjustments to your landscapes in Adobe Camera Raw to get a well-exposed shot with more detail in the shadows, mid tones and highlights.
In our latest Raw Tuesday tutorial on using raw format, we look specifically at Photoshop Elements and show you how to process raw images in Elements’ Adobe Camera Raw editor.