In other words, none of the original picture’s data is destroyed (or modified) during the editing process. Which applications use it? Non-destructive editing has been around for a while. Every time you edit a RAW file in Adobe Camera Raw you’re using non-destructive editing. The RAW file itself isn’t being altered at all, and the [...]
In her latest despatch, our resident photo management expert Anna Togg explains why looking at the EXIF data on your images in your photo management platform can reveal new discoveries about your own photography.
In the latest instalment of her photo management column, Anna Togg explains how she processes her raw files with a specific look in mind.
Sitting in your DSLR’s menu screen is the Image Quality option. It’s the first menu option because it’s an important one: it affects the speed at which you can take pictures, how many shots you can take and how much information is recorded to your memory card. The main choice is whether to shoot in the JPEG or Raw file format (or both, which we’ll cover later).