Shoot In RAW For Added Advantage
RAW is a particular image file that captures all data the camera's sensor records when the photographer takes an image. 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 compressed under RAW format, you can create better quality photographs and correct problem areas that would otherwise be unrecoverable if shot in JPEG.
This file format has become a prominent feature of mobile devices, allowing you to capture professional-level photos right from the camera you always keep in your pocket.
It's worth noting that the Ultra-Wide lens on the iPhone 11 does NOT support RAW, so if you'd like to shoot in the Moment Pro Camera App and want to take advantage of RAW image processing to obtain the best possible image from your phone, you'll want to stick to the primary camera or the built-in 2x lens.
If your device supports RAW, then use it! You may take up more space than a standard photo, but you'll thank yourself later when editing.
In the Moment - Pro Camera App, tap the JPG icon on the top of the screen to cycle to RAW format.