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Shooting RAW and processing it (preview)

©Ron Erwin A Labrador wooden speed boat, Cartwright, Labrador, NL Settings: ƒ11@1/25 sec., ISO 400, Canon 5D, EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens

©Ron Erwin
A Labrador wooden speed boat, Cartwright, Labrador, NL
Settings: ƒ11@1/25 sec., ISO 400, Canon 5D, EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens

Story and photography by Ron Erwin

Ever wondered whether you should shoot RAW or JPEG? Photographer Ron Erwin enlightens us on the advantages of shooting RAW images — unprocessed files that contain all of the data from the camera’s sensor. Learn how to process RAW files with Erwin’s step-by-step tutorial and achieve the best quality images possible.

To read more of Ron Erwin’s feature “Shooting RAW and processing it” please pick up the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of OPC today, or subscribe!

 

 

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