In-camera RAW: the Photoshop alternative under your nose!

If you shoot RAW files you’ll have noticed by now that the colours and tonal renditions you get from third-party RAW converters like Adobe Camera Raw, DxO Optics Pro or Capture One do not quite match those of the in-camera JPEGs. That’s because the camera has its own internal RAW converter. Whether you shoot RAW or JPEG, the image is initially captured as RAW data. If you shoot RAW, the RAW files are saved out as-is to the memory card. If you shoot JPEGs, the RAW data is converted on the fly into JPEGs, which are then saved on...

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