In this video I'm doing a quick RAW versus JPEG comparison to show you why you should always be shooting RAW files if you plan on doing any kind of processing to your photos.
The difference can be hard to detect sometimes, but rest assured the quality issues I'm about to demonstrate here are preset when editing JPEGs all over your image whether you can see them by eye or not. And the issue compounds too, meaning the more you edit, the bigger the issues will become.
Shooting RAW files is a critical prerequisite for creating the cleanest, best quality results in Photoshop. To do this, I use a tried and tested 6 stage processing workflow to edit all my own landscapes. You can download the free guide to that workflow that details all 6 stages here: https://arnl.ink/nb09
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