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Google willing to cash in on placebophilia

We photographers - be it occasional snappers or pros - have known that RAW images may sometimes reveal something which cannot be recovered from a processed JPEG file.

But Google now wants to convince its non-paying Google Photos users that there was something inherently wrong with keeping it's high-quality images in the first place :

https://www.forbes.com/sites/paulmonckton/2021/02/27/google-issues-quality-warning-for-millions-of-google-photos-users/?sh=7a0d36aa19d0
Listen to the music, not the media it's on.

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