A lot of professional photographers will tell you that shooting RAW with a digital camera is the only way to go. But not all of them. Some prefer TIFF in lots of situations. Most medium to high-end digital cameras will offer you a choice of these file formats, and it’s not always easy to decide in which one to save your images. As far as quality and versatility goes, nothing compares to a RAW file. It is often referred to as the “digital negative”. These files contain all of the image data captured by the camera’s image sensor without it being processed or adjusted in any way. This lets you move the images to the computer and interpret this data the way you want to instead of having the camera do it for you. RAW files contain the most information, but they also take the most work to get a great-looking image. TIFF files will always be of a high quality. The main problem with TIFF files is that they are huge, which will cause your camera to slow down when trying to write your images to the memory card loaded into your computer. TIFF is better for photographers who need to maintain high quality for printability. Photographers hoping for the most possible control after a photo is taken should utilize RAW. ImageConverter Plus appreciates the differences among these image formats and allows conversion from these formats into a variety of other ones. The software fully supports the TIFF format as well as the RAW format from a wide variety of digital cameras. Since both of these formats usually require further processing practically every task the photographer carries can be fulfilled with ImageConverter Plus.