Right now I have to shoot raw via the Lightroom app. Which I usually forget to do. But it makes a huge difference. Would love raw out of the native app.
I’d like to see the comparison between the RAW from the Lightroom app and from the native app.
I was unaware the iPhone Camera shot in native RAW.
I question if it’s RAW at all or just data with more editable ability.
I agree with Camera M. I still use DNGs from my iPhone, but have noticed that I do miss out on some of that great processing the phone can do (that's a great app, BTW).
There are some things I want to tweak in the rendering process without having to go backward from a HEIF or JPEG. But a lot of things to keep. It was a bit hard to get away from my obsession with raw as in the sense of pure, but realizing the many cameras do some NR and other stuff before generating even a proprietary raw finally enabled me to get over it. Long exposure frame reduction in-camera is a good example of that; I don't need or want to do that myself, and I still get a raw file with all the latitude I need. Lens corrections in raw in some camera bodies is another example. I know some hate that, but I am not going to spend the time to do it manually.
When you shoot raw, you are telling the camera what you want it to do. It's grabbing all of the data form the sensor and leaving it untouched. JPEG is letting the camera guess what the best settings should be.I was always under the impression that when shooting in raw non of the in camera settings are taken into account, whether selected or not. (aside the exposure triangle obviously). I shoot canon so that’s where im at, other systems maybe different.
Thanks, I know what the differences are, I’m a professional photographer by trade.When you shoot raw, you are telling the camera what you want it to do. It's grabbing all of the data form the sensor and leaving it untouched. JPEG is letting the camera guess what the best settings should be.