JPEG files are small because the image information is compressed, but this loses some of the image quality and every time you make an edit on the photo the quality deteriorates further, so if you play around with them too much they get all grainy.
With RAW you need to view and process your images through a Raw editing programme since the file format cannot be read with standard picture viewers. I use the Adobe Photoshop Plug-In Camera Raw. Once all my changes are complete I save them into the JPEG format and then upload them to social media or my blog from there.
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