Occasionally I get challenged by people who argue the need for shooting in RAW format, when modern cameras (and camera phones) can make such great captures in JPG format. I'm the first one to admit I get some pretty good shots from my practically ancient (in technology time) iPhone 5S, but one cannot argue with the depth of detail captured in a RAW image. The two shots below are case in point. The top image is a stitched panorama, processed in Lightroom CC. The second image is a panorama capture from my iPhone. Overall, both are decent, but I had to do significant cropping on the iPhone image to eliminate blown out highlights on the right. And even then, I still had to bring the image into Photoshop Fix on my iPad to do some retouching on hotspots in the cloud cover. Maybe a newer phone would have done a better job, or perhaps I should have made multiple captures and stitched them together to produce a better result from my phone. But I went for the quick option, knowing I would also shoot on my DSLR.