Shooting in RAW
RAW is a particular image file that captures all image data recorded by the camera’s sensor when the image is taken. Alternatively, when shooting in a format like JPEG, the image information is compressed and lost, often resulting in lower quality imagery. Because no information is being compressed under RAW format, you’re able to create better quality photographs, as well as correct problem areas that would be otherwise unrecoverable if shot in JPEG.
This file format has become a big feature to mobile devices allowing you to capture professional level photos right from the camera you always keep in your pocket.
All images below are shot in RAW in the Moment Pro Camera App.