- JPEG images look better than RAW images if the two are compared on camera. This is because the camera's image processor processes a JPEG file so that it looks colourful and crisp without making a lot of image adjustments. A RAW file isn't processed, (hence the name RAW), just like a film negative, which is why a RAW file is often referred to as a digital negative. :)
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look at Andre Bazin's "The Evolution of Language of Cinema"
it is an economy based on electronic goods and services which produced by the electronic business and traded through the electronic commerce and also in internet and web
Yes, it is illegal to use anyone else's copyrighted works for commercial advantage without a license. The photographer has a copyright in the work which should be respected. Feel free to make or commission your own photograph of the same skyline. The corporate logo on a public building can be used in your own photograph of a public place, but using it for commercial advantage (where the logo is prominently placed), or to disparage the logo or its owner, could result in stern letters from the corporate attorneys, depending upon how it is used.