Adjusting to shooting for a non-RAW medium


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Adjusting to shooting for a non-RAW medium

One thing that has become very important to photographers is the capability of shooting RAW files. Even if you have not had a need to shoot RAW, some photographers use it occasionally and some photographers use it all the time, but most photographers are aware that it has special processing capabilities. Video in a DSLR, on the other hand, has no RAW capability. In this movie, we are going to look at what no RAW capability means for shooting video. If you're used to the control you get with RAW, you will have to adjust. You do not get that control with video.

There have been a lot of misconceptions about RAW, because RAW is really a unique concept to photography. A RAW file is not arbitrarily better than a JPEG file. In fact, a JPEG file is actually a RAW file that has been processed smartly inside your camera. A JPEG file is a file with a limited amount of information that can be processed. If the file has been shot very carefully and you don't need to do a lot to it, then it won&...

Adjusting to shooting for a non-RAW medium
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Adjusting to shooting for a non-RAW medium provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Rob Sheppard as part of the Video for Photographers: Shooting with a DSLR

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