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JPEG vs. RAW: What's Better for Time-Lapse?

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Which is better for shooting time-lapse sequences: JPEG or RAW?

Shooting RAW definitely gives better control in post-processing. But if you can only shoot JPEG, there are still some workarounds you can use.

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In this short video tutorial from my course on Time-Lapse Video for Photographers, I'll examine the differences between RAW and JPEG and show you exactly how to use those workarounds.

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Time-lapse videography is a logical entry point for photographers looking to get motion out of their still cameras. Nevertheless, newcomers to video production may still find making time-lapse sequences to be a complicated and daunting prospect. 

In the full course, Time-Lapse Video for Photographers, you'll have the chance to walk through a time-lapse shoot from start to finish, helping that daunting feeling melt away. You'll learn about selecting the proper time-lapse gear, configuring your camera, shooting on location, and processing your time-lapse sequences. 

With this course, creating professional-looking time-lapse videos is a process that's completely within your reach.

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