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).
Raw or JPEG? It’s becoming an age old question with a constantly evolving answer. Our resident photo management expert Anna Togg weighs in.
Raw conversion is one of those topics that can drive photographers nuts. The photo editing doesn’t have to be frightening. In this short video our friends at PhotoPlus: Canon Edition explain how to convert the raw images from your Canon DSLR into Adobe’s standard DNG file format for maximum editing flexibility.
Digital images certainly have their advantages: they can be stored in multiple locations, and they won’t degrade over time as film photographs and negatives. But there are also disadvantages to digital photos that must be considered if we want to preserve our images to last our lifetime – and beyond. Problems with digital photos As [...]