Shooting in Raw is widely viewed as the better approach to shooting JPEGs for more serious, considered photography, but that does mean everyone should try to aim to competently abandon JPEGs? Not necessarily.
More and more photographers are citing many benefits of shooting JPEGs over Raw files, to the point that they will be happy enough to use these straight out of the camera.
It certainly makes sense when you consider that cameras are not only becoming more intelligent, but that they are also highly customisable to allow you to achieve the shot you want with less fuss.
Of course, Raw shooting has many advantages over JPEGs, and these are well known, but in the interests of balance here are a eight reasons why you may want to consider JPEGs. Read on…