First, consider this typical vacation scenario: you take many pictures with your iPhone while visiting a small town. The next day, you pack all your things to catch a flight that will bring you to your next destination. While sitting comfortably in your seat during flight, you grab your iPad and launch Apple’s Photos app... Continue Reading →
I still wish Apple would provide an histogram while editing a photo. I consider this to be a basic feature that most of people would understand. At the very least, we could toggle it on or off.
I took many many RAW photos in Maui, Hawaii. I tried to dig into them with my HyperDrive USB-C hub connected on my iPad running iOS 13. I wanted to see what I could publish on my blog while on vacation. But the current state of RAW images browsing from Files.app is still very weak,... Continue Reading →
If you are an amateur photographer evolving in Apple's ecosystem and if you use RAW image format while you shoot, please, read this excellent informative article "The Ins and Outs of Non-destructive Editing in Photos for Mac and iOS". You have to know this important fact: Photos extensions in iOS 12 are never passed a... Continue Reading →
Adobe released an update to its photo processing application on iOS. The new update brings something that will help somehow fix a workflow issue on iOS. Imagine you take a few pictures with your camera in RAW format. You want to process them on the go with your iPad. Currently, the only way to do... Continue Reading →
I learn photography with traditional cameras using real films, way before numeric photography. I used to develop my own pictures, in my own darkroom. Black & white was the way to learn as developing color films was way more costy and complex. In this article, I found quite a few great black & white pictures.... Continue Reading →
Apple is bragging itself on being serious about photography. I'll pass on the fact that they abandoned Aperture. Then iPhoto. Now we have Photos on iOS and macOS. It certainly evolved since its debut yet one thing is missing in action. First, compare this screen shot of a bunch of photos in Apple's Photos app.... Continue Reading →