Breaking Down the Blackmagic Cinema Camera's RAW Workflow
DP John Brawley explains what it really means to shoot RAW with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. He writes, "Shooting RAW is a bit like the electronic equivalent of shooting film because you get to choose a great deal of how the image is processed in post later instead of letting the camera make those decisions for you in a generic way when it’s being recorded. RAW means you get a file that has barely any of the usual image processing applied to it that a lot of other cameras normally get. This is really good. And if you’re not ready to step up and learn how to deal with it properly, then you won’t be getting the most out of the camera."
Read his full post here.