Adobe Lightroom has long provided iOS users with the ability to edit professional-quality images directly on the iPhone. The latest update brings new features designed to take advantage of iOS 10 and even more so the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Hot off the presses, Lightroom 2.5.2 adds RAW capture support from directly within the app.
Every year Apple packs camera improvements into its new iPhone models, and this fall will be no different. The iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6s Plus have so far retained a monopoly on optical image stabilization (OIS), with the technology not making it to the smaller 4.7-inch iPhone 6 or 6s. This could all be set to change, if a photo revealed by none other than Nowhereelse.fr proves to be true.
With the recent update to version 8.2, Instagram has finally added a shortcut to the iOS share options, making it quicker and easier to share your photos. Now, instead of taking a photo, opening Instagram and searching through your photos to share it, you can conveniently share it directly from your Photos app. Here's how to do it:
When you hear the word “avast,” you likely either think of a classic swashbuckling pirate or the popular anti-virus software company that has seemingly been around since the dawn of the internet.
What you don’t typically think of, however, is a mobile app that offers the intriguing ability to greatly increase the storage space of your iPhone. That may soon change when you hear about Avast Photo Space.
RAW photo capture and editing is possible with iOS 10 or later.
Developers have access to RAW image capture in iOS 10, which can save a RAW (DNG) file along with a paired JPG to the Photos app. On older versions of iOS, apps could only edit RAW images imported from other sources.