Most professional photographers trust their clicks with nothing else than RAW format. Considered equal to the classic photographic negatives, RAW gives photographers the widest possible flexibility, as it is the digital equivalent of a negative film that retains all the details of an actual image as captured by the camera's sensor. The RAW format captures details better than any other formats and preserves the entire spectrum of colors in a particular click.
RAW images are minimally processed, and are therefore a boon for the photographers. However, there are few things that are seen as disadvantages of the RAW images. Let's have a look at both.
One major differentiating factor in RAW format is that it is not processed by the camera and remains undeveloped until converted into a JPEG or TIFF file. All the benefits that you can avail from a RAW file lies in between the click and the conversion to JPEG - in the RAW conversion processes such as demosaicing (also de-mosaicing or demosaicking), white balancing, and sharpening.
There are few disadvantages that come along with RAW images, however, the advantages override the negatives. For someone who believes in image quality, converting RAW image into the desired format is one of the best options available for great photographic results.
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