Raw files (the correct files format differs from manufacturer to manufacturer) are simply a ‘digital negative’ of your image (but aren’t negative at all, only referred to that way in reference to the film era). In Practical terms, a raw file is all the bits of information the sensor captures, packed in one file without any compression or loss. But why would anyone need all that info? After all, raw files are 10x larger than jpegs, right? Yes, and it means they contain much more information. If you edit a raw file and need to brighten the shadows and equally tone

Source: These Are the Advantages and Disadvantages Of Shooting Raw | Light Stalking

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