iOS: Adobe's Lightroom Mobile 2.5 for iOS can now capture high-quality photos in their Digital Negative (DNG) format with the in-app camera. Your iPhone and iPad photos are about to look a whole lot better. Lightroom has been able to edit RAW photos for some time, but this is the first iOS app able to capture DNG RAW photos natively. Photos you shoot with Lightroom's camera will let you adjust white balance in post without sacrificing any quality, and each photo will have access to all of the colour and tonal information from your camera's sensor that usually gets tossed when shooting in the JPEG format. You'll also notice a huge jump in detail since there will be fewer compression artefacts and clearer highlights and shadows. If you want to capture in DNG, you'll need to be running iOS 10 on an iPhone or iPad with a 12MP camera sensor. You can learn more here in Adobe's announcement, and download Lightroom Mobile for free in the iOS App Store in the link below. Earlier this year, Lightroom 2.0 for Android also made DNG capture possible for some phones.
Lightroom On iOS Now Lets You Shoot DNG RAW Photos
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