Tuesday, November 9th, 2004 by
“RAW” Digital Photography
Many newer digital cameras are now offering a “RAW” file setting in addition to the “standard” JPG and TIF options. As its name suggests, this is a file type that needs to be “cooked” (OK, processed before you can use it.
Before we get into the hows and whys, let’s look at how a camera typically processes an image.
When you snap the shutter on your… Continue reading