A RAW file contains unprocessed image data captured by the digital camera. JPEG files photos and compresses them to be smaller. The bigger file is the RAW because it doesn’t compress the images and are used to take huge photos. You can turn RAW images into JPEG images by using Adobe Lightroom to edit and export them into a JPEG file. If I was shooting an important event, I would use JPEG because it takes up less storage and can be downloaded faster than RAW images.
I chose Ansel Adams because I love that his photos are all black and white. The bland color pallet is something that I think is hard to pull off. He perfectly captures beautiful Landscapes along with a gloomy mood. Although most of his work was captured over 50 years ago, the quality is still extraordinary. The early technology and adaptions of cameras still allowed Adams to create beautiful photos to share. I also love that Ansel Adams’ photos come from many different places in the US. This shows how he traveled to different places and admired the environment around him.