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Just like any other season or style of photography: shoot in RAW! With so many variables in lighting, colours, and other aspects of your photo, it is always in your best interest to shoot in RAW so that you have the room to edit where you need to. If your photos are overexposed or underexposed because of how the bright summer sun reacted with your camera settings, you will want to edit your photos afterwards so you can make them look their best. You will be able to edit a lot more if you shoot in RAW format, rather than in JPEG!

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