Shooting in RAW
The advantages of shooting in RAW over JPEG are numerous, but the gist is that you get far more control over editing and processing afterward. Since a RAW file retains about 10x the data a JPEG has, the level of detail in the image is uncompromised, because no processing has actually taken place. It’s a great way to tinker with more intricate tools using photo-editing software on a computer, or a capable app, like Adobe Lightroom.
The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge can shoot in both RAW and JPEG, but there is no RAW capture by default. To turn that on, go to the settings icon at the bottom left in Pro mode and choose “Save as RAW file.