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hi im phil steele should you shoot your photos in the raw file format or the jpeg format now there are some photography teachers who would have you believe that you should always shoot raw and that jpegs are strictly for amateurs but nothing could be further from the truth the fact is there are some situations where raw is better and some situations where jpeg is better and its important that you understand the difference so in this video were going to look at the advantages and disadvantages of raw and jpeg well clearly define which situations call for which file type and will finally lay this old myth to rest [Music] i have a confession to make i shoot jpeg more often than i shoot raw now according to some arrogant photography teachers out there this brands me as an amateur but the fact is most of the photography that i do is more suitable to jpegs the choice of raw or jpeg is less about your level of photography expertise than it is about the kind of photos youre taking and wh