Also known as "digital negatives", RAW photos are uncompressed images that include all the details captured by the camera's sensor. They need to be post-processed using an advanced image editing software. Shooting in RAW mode allows the photographer to have more control over how the image will eventually look, compared to the case of other compressed formats, such as JPG or PNG. The downside of using RAWs, however, is their enormous size, which makes them difficult to store and transfer.
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