Tag: raw process
How to Shoot Raw Photos on Your iPhone (and Why You’d Want To)
At CreativePro, I discuss how and why you'd want to shoot in raw format on your iPhone. The capability is there, but you may not know how to activate it.
PhotoActive Podcast Ep 8: Gordon Laing Interview
We’re thrilled to welcome Gordon Laing, of Camera Labs fame, as our guest this week to talk about capturing photos in-camera—which is also the name of his book. Gordon was a joy to talk to, and just 30 minutes of discussion made me reevaluate some of my own shooting techniques. Listen to it here: Episode ...
PhotoActive Podcast Ep 6: Raw vs JPEG
When I got my first digital camera that could shoot in raw format, I faced the modern existential question: raw or JPEG? Raw offers more image data and higher dynamic range, but the files are large and require processing. JPEG throws away image data in-camera, but the JPEG algorithm itself, especially in modern cameras, can ...
RAW Power for iOS Hands-On
RAW Power takes over from where Apple Photos leaves off when editing raw images. I look at the new iOS version for DPReview.
Article: Updating Raw Process Versions
Have you ever opened an old raw image file and been confronted with an alert or warning badge? Over at Lynda.com, I explain what’s going on: Editing Old Photos Files? Update to Latest Raw Process. Likely the raw image was saved with an older raw process version—the algorithms that translate the raw image information into ...