iOS: Manual is a powerful, well-designed camera app that gives you total control over your photos’ exposure, and with the arrival of iOS 10, Manual 2.0 can now shoot raw DNG photos. Read more...
It's a struggle to work with every new camera, each with its own raw photo format, but Adobe's got core support for Canon's hot new 5D Mark IV.
With iOS 10, you can now shoot in the RAW file format and get even more out of your images. You can get great images straight from the iPhone and iPad's stock Camera app and share them with your friends and family. But if you're interested...Show More Summary
Shoot with your DSLR, then import and edit images on your iPhone or iPad. The iPhone and iPad's cameras are impressive for portable devices — especially so if you've just picked up the new iPhone 7 or 7 Plus. But if you love shooting...Show More Summary
Ok, it might be a little unfair to put a $2,400 camera and lens against a $8,100 camera and lens. One would expect a camera rig costing more than three times as much to produce better results. But are those results at least three times better? And if the Fuji can keep up, doesn’t that [...]Show More Summary
The site 500px, which has expanded from photo sharing to photo sales, taps into the higher quality that's available through raw photo formats.
Adobe’s Lightroom Mobile 2.5 for iOS can now capture high-quality photos in their Digital Negative (DNG) format with the in-app camera. Your iPhone and iPad photos are about to look a whole lot better. Read more...
We knew it was coming. Adobe added raw support to Lightroom Mobile a little while ago for shots made with DSLRs. The newly released iOS10 also brings raw support to the iPhone’s built in camera. Although the iOS10 native camera app doesn’t yet support it, 3rd party developers have been quick to jump on the feature. So, it’s hardly [...]Show More Summary
Adobe’s Lightroom app continues to live on the edge of what’s possible with Apple’s various platforms, and the latest version of the photo editing app for iOS is no exception. Lightroom for iOS now lets you shoot in raw using the built-in camera so you can capture exactly what the sensor sees without iOS processing over it artificially. more… Filed under: Apple
Adobe has launched Lightroom 2.5 for iOS 10 with a big new feature -- support for capture and editing of RAW files in the "DNG" format. Using the app, you can take a photo with the iPhone's built-in camera(s) and save all the image data with no loss or compression. Show More Summary
Big news out of Adobe today for iPhone and iPad users — on the heels of Apple announcing last week that iOS 10 will support Adobe’s.DNG raw format, Adobe released an update to Lightroom Mobile that lets you shoot RAW.DNG images with its built-in camera. Show More Summary
iOS 10 is here, and it's bringing a bunch of new features along for the ride. The biggest improvement for photographers is the ability to take RAW photos, which lets you save all the data from your camera sensor in an uncompressed format. It's...Show More Summary
We have all felt the frustration of editing an image either in Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), only to remember that we forgot to adjust the white balance, or tweak the sharpening after we’ve spent hours of editing the image in Photoshop. Show More Summary
The big selling point for Lenovo’s Moto Z is its ability to take custom modules to enhance and extend its functionality. One of the more exciting developments in this area is the rumour that Hasselblad is working on a camera part that could transform the Moto Z into an excellent shooter — a rumour that’s looking more and more confirmed by the second. More »
Photoshop is a wonderful tool if it is used correctly. Yes, there is a way to use it right. The basic idea is that if someone can see the adjustments you have made to your image, that’s not so good. Think of Photoshop as your own personal darkroom. Show More Summary
Adobe has updated its Camera Raw application to make it compatible with raw files created by Fujifilm’s new X-T2 camera. The latest version, 9.6.1, also fixes some reported bugs that prevented the opening of uncompressed DNG files that...Show More Summary
Lightroom Mobile for Android has had some Raw support for a while now, at least when you’re using the phone’s built in camera, but now Adobe have broadened this capability, adding support for Nikon, Canon and other Raw formats to Lightroom Mobile for both Android and iOS. Local adjustments have also been added, like those found [...]Show More Summary
News Lightroom Mobile moves even more into the raw game Lightroom Mobile gets notable upgrades on both iOS and Android.
Photo enthusiasts should appreciate raw editing and an advanced camera mode -- but some new features are available only with a paid subscription.
Whoo Hooo!!!! Big update for Lightroom Mobile, including the ability to edit RAW images from your DSLR or Mirrorless cameras. Hear it straight from the source as we had Josh Haftel, Adobe’s Lightroom Mobile Product Manager, in for this exclusive interview and first look at the new features. Show More Summary