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Olympus Tough TG-4 studio and real-world samples posted

Olympus' TG-series Tough cameras have been a popular choice among enthusiasts looking for a rugged compact. The TG-4 is waterproof to 15m/50ft, as well as shockproof and crushproof, and includes Raw support. See how it performs out and about and in our studio compared to other rugged compacts. Read more

Adobe ends Camera Raw support for Creative Suite 6

Users of Adobe’s Creative Suite 6 — the last version sold before the company switched to Creative Cloud subscriptions — knew it was coming sometime, but did not know when. Now they know. An Adobe blog post announced that Camera Raw 9.1.1, which was released today, will be the last one available for the perpetual license creative software. Show More Summary

Adobe Camera Raw 9.1.1 now available

Adobe has released Camera Raw version 9.1.1, adding Raw support for the Canon PowerShot G3 X, Leica Q (Typ 119) and Sony A7R II among others. Per a separate announcement yesterday, this will be the last update for CS6 users. Read mo...

Adobe Camera Raw v9.1.1 Will Be the Last to Support Photoshop CS6

4 days agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

When Adobe first started making the transition over to their Creative Cloud software subscription service, it was a pretty huge shift for them and their users. Some people thought it made the barrier to entry into the Photoshop infrastructure much lower, while others were staunchly opposed to “renting” software they would never own. Show More Summary

Adobe announces final Camera Raw update for CS6 owners

It's a sad day for owners of Adobe's Creative Suite 6, as the company announces its upcoming Camera Raw 9.1.1 update will be the final version available for the software. Read more

John Cena Broke His Nose on Monday Night Raw and Just Kept on Rasslin’ (Video + Pic)

Whether he’s making kids’ dreams come true, pretending to have sex on camera, or rasslin’ some half-naked muscly dude in the ring, John Cena always gives 100%. Cena proved that again on this week’s Monday Night Raw when he took a knee to the face courtesy of Seth Rollins in the main event, but kept […]

Capture One Pro 8 software review

Capture One Pro is a software package designed to perform as a Raw processing application as well as a host for those who like to shoot tethered. Created by Phase One, which also makes medium format backs, cameras and lenses, the application emerged first in the professional studio environment. Show More Summary

The Kim Show! Body Language Experts Claim Selfish Kardashian Was ‘Looking For The Camera’ During Caitlyn Jenner’s ESPYs Speech

Caitlyn Jenner gave an emotionally raw speech on July 15 when she accepted the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs in Los Angeles. But while some of her family… READ ON

Gizmodo Photo Guide: Unlock The Full Potential Of Your Photos By Shooting And Processing In RAW

Got a new digital camera? Impressed with some of the photos you can capture with it? Here’s a hot tip — with a bit of effort, you can make them look even better with the power of the RAW image format and a handy PC or laptop. This is everything you need to know to get started with RAW processing and make your photos really stand out from the crowd. More »      

Why Android and Windows should embrace RAW photography before Apple catches up

RAW files can dramatically improve mobile photography, but Android and Windows need to embrace it first. Apple dominates mobile photography. A quick look at Flickr’s camera finder shows Apple devices are far ahead of any other brands for image uploads, including traditional camera makers like Canon and Nikon. Show More Summary

Apple adds Raw support for ten cameras to Mac OS X Yosemite

Apple has released version 6.05 of Raw compatibility software for Mac OS X Yosemite. This update adds support for ten cameras including the Fujifilm X-T10, Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246), Nikon 1 J5, and Panasonic DMC-G7 to Apple's Aperture, Photos, and iPhoto software. Show More Summary

DxO OpticsPro 10.4.2 released with Canon EOS 5DS/R support

DxO has introduced OpticsPro 10.4.2, adding Raw support for Canon's EOS 5DS and 5DS R. Also added are 789 new camera/lens combination correction profiles. Updates for DxO FilmPack and DxO ViewPoint also make those applications fully compatible with Photoshop CC 2015. Read more

A Stream in the Cedar Forests of Yakushima, Japan

Camera NIKON D200 ISO 200 Focal Length 12mm Aperture f/4 Exposure Time 1/15 sec Of the many reasons why people should always shoot in RAW is that it gives you the ability to go back and re-edit your photos. I took this photo back in 2007 when I visited Yakushima Island in Japan. I didn’t […]

RAW Camera Samples From Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge

So last week, the Android 5.1.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge was rolled out for T-Mobile customers. The update contains the usual assortment of improvements, bug fixes, and some new features, but for photographers we’re sure that the feature that intrigued them the most was the support for RAW image capture. Show More Summary

How to shoot photos in RAW on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge with Android 5.1

We'd heard the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge would be getting Camera RAW support, but there was no option to use it in Samsung's camera app. Thankfully the update did bring proper support, but you'll have to go about accessing it a different way.

Android 5.1 update brings RAW and lower ISO to Galaxy S6

The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge have gained RAW support and lower ISO values in the camera as part of the Android 5.1 update but it's not available yet.

Adobe Camera Raw 9.1 adds Dehaze feature and improves X-Trans support

Adobe has released the latest iterations of its Camera Raw plug-in and DNG converter software. In addition to adding support for more cameras and lenses, this update also adds Dehaze correction as well as local B&W adjustment sliders. Adobe has also reduced ‘color blur’ artifacts in Raw images from Fujifilm X-Trans cameras. More details

Editing “Reality” TV

(PG-13 Language) Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe reminds us that so-called “reality” shows are as made up as any show on TV. Cameras, digital storage and editing software let directors manufacture any plot from a pool of raw footage.

Eighteen minutes of raw footage from the set of Mad Max: Fury Road

2 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Obviously chock full of spoilers, this behind-the-scenes footage gives some detail of the camera cars, the stunts and just how minimally used the CGI really was - safety cables and harnesses removed in post, etc. Read more...

I Lost All This Stuff In Vietnam

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

On March 27, while riding a $450 motorcycle through Vietnam, I lost my backpack. It contained my camera, computer, and two hard drives containing seven months of RAW photos and videos. This is what I learned from the ordeal. Read more...

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