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What is the difference between JPEG and RAW?

Asked by Lysa , Last updated: Jul 27, 2020

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J. Shatner

J. Shatner, Content writer, Boston

Answered Jul 28, 2020

There is a common question in which has been directed to a lot of photographers that what is the difference between JPEG and RAW. There are differences between JPEG and RAW based on their sizes, quality, firmware DCT processing, etc. A JPEG is a file that has been compressed by a camera and does not contain full information recorded by a camera sensor during exposure when you are using JPEG file, all the information in the brightest and darkest areas have been lost. There is a lot of advantage for using a JPEG format which includes, faster backups, choice of compression, compatibility, and also small footprint.

There is a common question in which has been directed to a lot of photographers that what is the
RAW is a file that contains all the information recorded in your camera sensor during exposure. RAW files are not processor or compressed and also contain basically three parts, which are the actual raw data, sensor, and a camera processed full-size JPEG preview. The advantages of using raw format include far more shades of color; they are lossless, and better sharpening potential.

 

H. Martin

H. Martin, Content Writer, Charlotte

Answered Jul 27, 2020

RAW and JPEG are common words in the photography world. Upcoming photographers are advised to take their pictures in RAW format to allow editing, while advanced photographers mostly take their pictures in JPEG because they believe they have had enough experience to shoot direct pictures. A RAW file contains all information recorder during camera sensor exposure; it does not compress or process information.

RAW and JPEG are common words in the photography world. Upcoming photographers are advised to take
JPEG, on the other hand, is a compressed file that does not give full details recorded during camera exposure. JPEG may have lost the brightest or darkest information of a picture while RAW allows corrections and hardly misplace information of a file. The white balance of RAW can be easily adjusted, while the JPEG white balance is difficult to adjust. JPEG files appear sharper than the RAW files. RAW files are also much larger than the JPEG.

 

S. Hughes

S. Hughes

Answered Jun 18, 2020

There are a lot of people right now who just love taking pictures, and there are some who are very much familiar with the image files that are available. RAW is known to be the type of file that will be able to keep the good quality of the images that are usually taken with a camera.

There are a lot of people right now who just love taking pictures, and there are some who are very
JPEG is a type of file format available right now that will already be compressed and processed by a capture device. There are usually different settings that are available. You can usually change the settings of the image format that will be saved, depending on what you think will be the best option available.

 

I. Woods

I. Woods

Answered Jun 18, 2020

JPEG and RAW are known to be image file types. JPEG is the more common image file type that is being used by people right now. A lot of smartphones will save the images in JPEG format. This will compress some parts of the picture so that it will not be too big.

JPEG and RAW are known to be image file types. JPEG is the more common image file type that is
The RAW image media file is known to have better quality. In fact, it will not be surprising if the RAW files that you have can be blown up and the images will still look clear. They have the tendency to take up more space as compared to the JPEG file. More patience and skills are also needed when you are taking pictures that you want to save in the RAW file.

 

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