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12/26/2019 03:52:44 PM · #1
Iíve never really used my smartphone for pictures. First of all because I was not crazy about the quality on older (I)phones and second because I hate to shoot in JPEG. Iíve now bought a refurbished iPhone 7 and for the first time I think I can shoot in RAW, but apparently not in the native phone app. So I need a third-party app. Can you recommend one? It doesnít need to have editing tools, I will transfer the images to my iMac for further editing. Itís OK if it cost me a few bugs, as long itís not a subscription model or has hidden costs when using it.
Important is that I can shoot in RAW and that I have lots of control re settings, but that there is also an auto mode for a quick snap if needed. Thanks.
12/26/2019 04:55:41 PM · #2
Hi Kees

I have an app called ProCamera that seems to do what you need. I havenít really spent enough time using it to really review it but seems to have a lot of settings.

Canít remember how much I paid for it either so not the most useful reply haha

Anyway Merry Christmas! Please continue taking photos or Skye on your big camera too
12/26/2019 06:00:19 PM · #3
I use one called Manual
12/28/2019 02:38:23 PM · #4
If you are an Adobe Creative Cloud subscriber, Lightroom Mobile has a better camera module than the native iOS product. And it syncs via the cloud to your Lightroom Classic CC product.

Message edited by author 2019-12-28 14:38:54.
12/28/2019 04:39:40 PM · #5
enlight is pretty good .. :)
i havent really used it as i'm mainly on my galaxy s9+ .. but the feedback i've had is really good ..
Complete Guide To Using Enlight App For iPhone Photo Editing
08/20/2022 04:34:04 AM · #6
FiLMiC Firstlight is the pro camera app for IPhone in my recommendation.

Message edited by author 2022-08-20 04:34:53.
08/20/2022 02:02:13 PM · #7
I use PS Express, which works pretty well for basic editing. It does have the ability to do some selective editing, and has pretty good filters for global correction. Also, I think itís free
08/20/2022 05:09:04 PM · #8
Wow! You peeps are into this... commenting on from so long ago.

Good on ya! :D
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