How to shoot RAW on iPhone
Adobe Lightroom Mobile can already open and process Apple ProRAW photos. But as I mentioned, this feature will be available with iOS 14.3, which is currently in beta.
What is the difference between a RAW and a JPG photo?
A JPEG photo is automatically processed by the camera app. The app applies adjustments like noise reduction, contrast, or vibrancy, just to name a few. Lastly, a JPEG file is a file format with lossy compression.
A RAW file, on the other hand, is saved unprocessed and using lossless compression. It’s saved as the camera “sees “it.
Note: an older version of this article stated, that RAW files are saved uncompressed on iPhone. That was wrong. A RAW file on iPhone is compressed using a lossless compression while a JPG file is compressed using a lossy compression…
This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by Chris Feichtner
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