I'm very much one for decluttering and streamlining all facets of my life. And this means my photography as much as any other. One topic that I have been drawn to of late is that of the RAW vs JPEG debate. Hardly a new discussion, I hear you say. But the answer to this long-standing argument could also be the answer to the simplification of my photography.
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