Just trying to find some clarification on RAW files in Photos between iOS and MacOS. I’ve been looking at the possibility of ditching my Lightroom sub. I currently edit my RAWS in there and then export JPEGs into Photos. Thing is, I don’t use it a ton, so if I can save the $10/mo that would be great. I love Lightroom mobile and how I can edit on any device and it syncs between them in such a simple way. Can import into iPad, then continue my work on the computer at home. It’s fantastic. So I imported a RAW file into Photos on MacOS. Did a quick crop. When I get over to iOS I am unable to un crop it. From what I can tell it is because iOS is actually getting a JPEG generated from the RAW. I understand that makes viewing photos quicker, but I can’t find a way to get into the RAW. The second, and larger issue, is that if you start work on a RAW file on iOS it syncs back to MacOS like expected at first glance. Then when you go to edit it some more on MacOS you see there is the RAW and a JPEG that iOS created. If you choose to edit the RAW file you are starting back from scratch. None of the edit that generated this JPEG on iOS carry over to the MacOS photos app. Am I missing something? With the improved features coming to Photos it seemed like a good opportunity to move my entire workflow into a single app. Seems like it has some roadblocks if I want to do work on the RAW between several devices though.