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Factors to consider when switching to Raw

The first time you shoot in Raw mode, you’ll notice a couple of things:

1. The files are bigger

That’s an understatement, actually ... they’re much bigger. They fill up your memory card sooner, and your hard drives, too. Luckily, memory cards and hard drives are getting bigger and cheaper every day, so it’s a diminishing problem.

2. The post-processing takes longer

Well, it can seem that way, anyhow. It’s true that there are extra processing steps involved in a Raw workflow, but once you’re in the zone, it’s as quick as a Jpeg workflow, with so many benefits.

I’m here to help you get in that zone.

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