15 things that inspire my creativity:
Listening to music, social media, solving problems, thinking critically, engaging, creativity, ideas, myself, art, mistakes, brain storming, inspire, Itelligence, love, passion, memories.
Peter Blake Pop art
1.The main difference between RAW and JPEG is that RAW files are significantly bigger than JPEG files, RAW files store more tonal and color data than JPEG files, JPEG files are processed versions of an image, while RAW files are unprocessed, and JPEG files undergo various modifications, including compression, sharpening, increased saturation, and increased contrast.
2.RAW files are significantly bigger than JPEG (and any other) image file formats.
3.You need to process and convert a RAW file into a JPEG, TIFF, or another relevant format before you can open and edit it. Software such as Adobe Photoshop Lightroom enables you to process RAW files, edit, and export as, for example, a JPEG or PNG — making a copy so you still have the RAW file with all its detail.
4.JPEGs in my opinion seem to be better than RAWs. RAW files gives you more information to work with but it takes lots of time. A smaller file size gives you flexibility to take lots of images at once in one memory card.
10 words to describe my work:
-Powerful, Dramatic, beheld, fanciful, dazzling, focused, editing, black and white, body, shiny.
5 things ive learned this year: