Shooting time lapse as raw files


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Shooting time lapse as raw files

Rich: As you saw in the last movie, there is a big visual difference between the JPEG and the RAW file. Particularly, in the flexibility you have for post-production. In the field though, there's also a big difference, which is the file size. If you are shooting on a Canon, you might find yourself for a few different file sizes to choose from, and that's a nice benefit. You're still shooting RAW, you just can shoot a smaller RAW file. You might not need all those 27 mega pixels for your Time-lapse file when in fact, you're only using maybe three or four. If you want the maximum flexibility during the post production stage, you will shoot RAW. The ability to recover highlights and shadows, to add clarity is just absolutely awesome.

You could do this to the JPEG file. It's just not the same. So, let's take a look at a coupe of RAW file that we shoot here. And I want to show you how you can develop them. So, I'll switch over to the info side here,...

Shooting time lapse as raw files
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Shooting time lapse as raw files provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Creating Time-Lapse Video

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