RAW vs Jpeg for editting photos

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RAW vs Jpeg for editting photos

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0j8QMm ... nwYQ&t=70s

Stumbled across the above video, and the first photo they edited happened to be a steam engine. Just interesting comparing some of the information within a jpeg vs RAW.
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Re: RAW vs Jpeg for editting photos

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Yup. No reason to shoot jpg. Sure, your processing time is reduced with jpgs, but why give up all the information you can achieve with raw? I was the same with cassette tapes back in the 70s and 80s...always looking for the tape with the best recording quality. I can't help but apply that to photography as well. :)

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J T wrote: I was the same with cassette tapes back in the 70s and 80s...always looking for the tape with the best recording quality.
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