I usually shoot RAW photos.
Once in a while I will switch back to JPEG.
Is there a way to identify which photos are RAW in Lightroom library and such?
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There are many ways to do this:
Hover over the image in the Library module and you'll see some information about the image, including the filename.
In the right-hand sidebar of the Library module look in the Metadata section and find the File Name field.
Use the Expanded grid view style in the Library module (View > Grid View Style > Expanded Cells). Control what is displayed in the cell (including file name or extension) by choosing View > Grid View Style> View Options. Similarly, in the Develop module you can use the Loupe Info Overlay and View options (in the View menu) to display this information.
Or, filter photos: use the Filter bar to get just the photos you want, or create a Smart Collection to find them.