Jpeg vs Raw

The main distinction between RAW and JPEG is that RAW is an uncompressed version/format of a picture, whereas JPEG is a compressed image format. RAW files include a lot of detail. JPEG provides a lot of detail, but it’s not as good as RAW.

When compared to a JPEG image, a RAW image has a broader dynamic range and color spectrum. When a picture or sections of an image are underexposed or overexposed, a RAW image has considerably superior highlight and shadow recovery capability than a JPEG image. Possibilities for finer control and modification.

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