“You can take RAW photos with your iPhone, you just can’t do it with the default Camera app,” Gary Rosenzweig writes for MacMost.
“Apple does allow third-party apps to access the hardware and software needed to take RAW photos, so you can use one of the many options to do it,” Rosenzweig writes. “RAW photos provide a lot more flexibility than HEIC or JPEG photos, but with a much larger file size.”
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MacDailyNews Note: Halide – RAW Manual Camera by Chroma Noir is an iOS-only app that’s an absolute steal for just $5.99. Get it for your iPhone if you’re the least bit serious about photography.
The power of shooting RAW photographs on iPhone X – December 6, 2017