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RAW refers to any of several native data formats that contain the full data captured by the sensor. Typically these are proprietary formats, and each company uses its own.

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contract signed beforehand. There is no law for RAW images, nor do you own the originals or have any rights to them, unless those rights are covered, agreed and signed in the contract. …
answered Dec 3 '13 by Ferdy
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that one, there is issue two. As you open a photo after import, the preview will first look as intended, meaning exactly the same as you saw on your camera's LCD. Then Lightroom will load the RAW file … losing the advantages of RAW) Use Nikon's own RAW processor. It's quite terrible but at least the initial processing is accurate and correct. Continue to use Lightoom in conjunction with specific Nikon preset profiles, which you can freely find online. This is what I use. …
answered Aug 2 '16 by Ferdy