Adobe is now providing its image processing software Photoshop CC on the iPad with support for Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) in order to be able to process photos in raw data format (RAW) and digital negatives (DNG). Ryan Dumlao, Senior Product Manager for Photoshop on the iPad, demonstrated how Adobe Camera Raw works.
Adobe demonstrates the editing of ProRAW
Using the example of raw material that was recorded with a Fujifilm digital camera, but also using photos in ProRAW format, such as those on the iPhone 12 Pro (test) and the iPhone 12 Pro Max (test) as well as the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, the product manager demonstrates how the photos can be imported and exposure parameters edited in Photoshop CC and prepared for Adobe Lightroom on the PC.
As part of a” sneak peak “, the development team behind Photoshop CC for iPad announced that support for Adobe Camera Raw already in the internal test versions of the Bildbe work will be evaluated and will appear “very soon” as an update for the public version.
More information on the Adobe MAX
The manufacturer would like to announce more information on this topic at the “Adobe MAX” online event, which will take place from October 26th to 28th and will be broadcast live via the official Adobe Creative Cloud website.
To take part in the online event, registration with the free Adobe ID is required.