There are many mysteries surrounding RAW image handling on iOS. This weekend I experienced a few of them. Here are a few tidbits of information that you might like to know. Capturing Fall Colors This weekend I went out to capture fall colors in a small regional mountain park in Mont Saint-Hilaire, near Montreal, Canada.... Continue Reading →
What are RAW images? I'm glad you asked and Apple may have an answer for you. The App Store editorial team did a great job of explaining in simple terms what RAW images are. The article explains why they offer more information than JPEGs. Head to this link for all the details. It is a... 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 →
Photo by Hoil Ryu on Unsplash Jason Snell writing in April 2019 issue of Macworld: In general, I wonder sometimes if there’s a little too much dogma inside the group that’s in charge of iPhone photography. It’s a tough line to walk between creating images that are crowd pleasing and those that are accurate depictions of what was... Continue Reading →
Here is why shooting in RAW is a good idea. A seemingly bad photo can turn quite good after a few minutes of processing in Lightroom on the iPad. Push the shadows, reduce highlights The final version follows.
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 →