Ever since the advent of digital photography, there has been a raging debate on whether to shoot in RAW of JPEG. In this video Jassi Oberai talks about why he prefers shooting in RAW.
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JPEG is an image file. It is highly compressed 8 Bit File which is a ready to use image file and stores 16 million worth of color information.
On the other hand, RAW is not an image. RAW is a data directly from sensor and since it is not an image file, it requires specialized software to render the data and show you an image. RAW is a 12 or 14 Bit file. While an 8 Bit JPEG stored 16 million worth color information; a 12 Bit RAW file stores around 68 Billion Color information.
Jassi also goes on to demonstrate it by processing both a JPEG and a RAW file. Watch the full video to know in detail