This is my first real tutorial about time-lapse photography. This is also a new blog that I’ve started to share my experiences shooting timelapse. Hopefully I will convert you to be one of the timelapse “NUTS” like me.
RAW vs JPEG is a endless debate among for the longest time. I personally shoot RAW because I am a control freak and would like more control of my end products. But for you it could be different especially when you first start out to experiment with timelapse photography.
The hassle of handling RAW file from the camera could be a challenged for you. But I am here to help you overcome that fear of shooting RAW or Jpeg. For me both format has it places in photography.
I shoot with both settings and I gave the reasons in the video. Check the video out if you haven’t done so below. I do a summary table below of the pros and cons of both for you.
|RAW||1) Capture more dynamic range in the scene|
2) 16 bit colour
3) Can processed to your taste
|1) File size|
2) Time to process photo
|JPEG||1) Ready to share, print etc|
2) Small file size
|1) Less dynamic range|
2) Hard to fixed problems photo
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