All iPads iOS 10 RAW Photo Editing

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  1. d4rklamp macrumors regular

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    It seems like pure RAW photo editing is coming with iOS 10. Just saw it at the bottom left corner of the slides with all the new features in iOS 10. Anyone else noticed it?
     
  2. DaniJoy macrumors 6502

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    That's cool but u already do it today on my pro. Little bit slow but it words!
     
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    Bottom left corner of which slides?
     
  4. M. Gustave macrumors 68000

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    I noticed it as well, really looking forward to native and wider App support to Raw editing!!
     
  6. d4rklamp thread starter macrumors regular

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    You mean on your Surface Pro or iPad Pro. If iPad pro, note that you are not actually editing the RAW version... You are just editing a thumbnail of the RAW file.

    If Surface Pro, ignore my reply :p
     
  7. ilman92 macrumors newbie

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    Raw editing is supported by Adobe Photoshop Express I think.
     
  8. barbarbar macrumors member

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    I saw in the keynote also in the bottom left corner clearly Raw editing photos or something similar, but in the keynote that apple has uploaded to his website, don't appear, what happened???
     
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    I just ordered the Lightning to SD card reader. Going to try the RAW supported app and wait for what's coming.
     
  12. DaniJoy macrumors 6502

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    iPad Pro. Photoshop express really does raw. Also a few other apps do , but I have forgotten their names. Now all we need is color calibrated screens!
     
  13. M. Gustave macrumors 68000

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    iPad screens are already extremely accurate, look up the test results on the displaymate site. If you need more accuracy than that, even a calibrated MacBook screen is probably not going to cut it for you.
     
  14. DaniJoy macrumors 6502

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    Lol sure dude. I have a calibrated cintiq 27. There is a big difference. Even 5k iMac screens drift and need calibration once a month. This only matters if u print. My illustration work goes to print. Lack of color calibration in my business is a sure sign of amature work.
     
  15. M. Gustave, Jun 15, 2016
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    I'm not sure I understand why you're 'sure dude'ing me. I said,

    "If you need more accuracy than that, even a calibrated MacBook screen is probably not going to cut it for you."

    To which you reply that you own a $2800 calibrated screen? So. I'm. right.

    I just said this in another thread, but it applies here as well: Apple will never win over traditional professional photographers or fussy OCD amateur hobbyists with ANY iPad. Period. It is an impossible task.

    Choose the right tool for your fringe use case. iPad isn't it. They make lousy hammers too.
     
  16. stevemiller macrumors 65832

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    my bet is that they're going to introduce raw shooting in the next iPhone release, so you'll see likely raw get pushed front and centre (though likely still from a consumer perspective) starting this fall.

    and based on the 9.7" iPad screen tech, there may yet make further overtures towards your so called 'fringe OCD' crowd. ;)

    that said, i do agree with the 'use the right tool for the job' mantra, and for a lot of us graphic design legacy dinosaur fringe luddites, the iPad is best approached as an assistive device rather than primary.
     
  17. upritbass macrumors member

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    Check out Tuesday's ios photography session. iOS10 will support iOS camera raw for iPhone 6S and later.
     
  18. DaniJoy macrumors 6502

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    My point was, the colors are not accurate in my iPad Pro, U seem to not understand color accuracy. iPads have nice screens, but without color calibration the colors will be off.

    Your the one who jumped on my case for hoping iOS some day gets color calibration. Your right most amateur's won't need it but iPads are getting very 'pro'fessional these days. The next one is likely to be a very capable mobile workstation. Laptops suck, that form factor is dead.

    I can't take a cintiq 27 with me, so it would be nice to have a color calibrated screen for client work

    Print illustration is hardly 'fringe'.
     
  19. M. Gustave macrumors 68000

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    Objective testing says you're wrong:
    http://www.displaymate.com/iPad_Pro9_ShootOut_1.htm
     
  20. DaniJoy macrumors 6502

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    Wow that's awesome, I have the 12.9 so I can't comment in the small pro. The 4 gb ram is minimum for my needs (I calibrate later on a workstation with cintiq). My 12.9 is slowly drifting away from accuracy.

    But I'm still skeptical, that article states that the displays are color calibrated at the factory, but mentions nothing about 6-12 months later. All screens, even my cintiq 27 drift a bit and need calibration once a month.

    Without a ICC profile iPads will remain in consumer land. I would love to use mine more, despite all the marketing hype.
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    https://forums.developer.apple.com/thread/43298
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    ICC profiles might be on the way soon.
    https://blog.conradchavez.com/2016/03/29/ipad-pro-9-7-inch-ios-9-3-color-management-progress/
     

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