I've been learning my way around the camera and have found a few things confusing, so I hope someone would be able to help me understand.
Normal camera mode has an option for 64MP but the pro camera mode doesn't.
No option to take photo's at 64MP RAW, as 64MP is normal camera mode only, and RAW is pro mode only.
RAW images look much worse than the jpg version of the same photo (low detail+grainy).
Hi Gus, thanks for replying :-).
What you're saying makes sense, I guess I'm just not used to seeing it this way around. I'm a complete photography noob, and what's thrown me was seeing so much worse on the raw on the S21 compared to the Nikon's/Canon's I've played with. Unfortunately I only have Corel Aftershot 3 which seems to not like the dng format, so I'm going to have to do a bit of research about the format. I had to use Paintshop Pro to open it and zoom as Windows photos didn't want to zoom in.
I've played around doing some astrophotography on my Nikon which was fun and the raw was definitely useful in that instance. I think for now I'll just stick with the normal photo mode and 64MP which takes decent shots. It's just nice sometimes to know you're capturing the best possible quality when your snapping family photo's etc for later tweaking.
I love your photo's btw, absolutely stunning 🙂