CR3 vs DNG

No more DNG for me.

[Time for another photogeek blog post!] 

I’ve been using a DLSR camera since 2008 and have been photographing in Raw since 2012, after I finally realized the benefits of camera-raw over jpeg.  In 2012 I also started keeping my entire photo collection in Adobe Lightroom, allowing Ligh​​troom to convert any Raw photos to DNG (‘digital negative’) files at the time of import.  Why?  Because I was convinced by books and bloggers that DNG is The Right Way to store images.  Today, ten years later, I’ve changed my mind.  In this post I explain why.

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