iPhone is the best mobile in the market with a world class camera to capture the real and best photos. Even the megapixel is low, and your iPhone can grab DSLR camera like pictures. One more feature added to iPhone photographer lovers as the ProRAW function for iPhone 12 series.
What is ProRAW on iPhone?
Any skilled photographer would know of ProRAW photo. The best this about it that you can edit the image without compromising the real quality. When you enable ProRAW mode on iPhone, it will take the original photo like a DSLR camera without using Apple’s smart technology like Smart HDR, Deep Fusion, and Night Mode. You will get the ProRAW image captures as HEIC or JPG and a RAW file around 25 MB size.
How do I enable ProRAW on my iPhone?
The new ProRAW feature is only available on iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone Pro Max with iOS 14.3 update. The older devices won’t get this feature, but we will see this function on upcoming iOS devices.
How To Shoot ProRAW Photo on iPhone Pro and Pro Max
First of all, you need to activate the new ProRAW mode on your iPhone 12.
How To Activate ProRAW on iPhone
Step #1: Launch the Settings app on your iPhone.
Step #2: Scroll down and tap on the Camera option.
Step #3: Tap on the Formats option.
Step #4: Here, you will see the new “Apple ProRAW” option; turn the toggle next to it.
Once the ProRAW option is enabled on your iPhone, your iPhone’s camera will be ready to take ProRAW photos.
How To Capture ProRAW photo on iPhone
Step #1: Open the Camera app on your iPhone.
Step #2: Once the camera is opened, you will see the new crossed RAW icon in the top right corner. Tap on it.
Step #3: Now, you will see the RAW icon visible. You can tap the ProRAW image from your iPhone now. Tap on the shutter button.
Step #4: Once the photo has been captured, you can open the image and see the RAW writer on the photos app’s left top corner.
If you open the ProRAW captured image on the Google Photos app, you won’t see the top’s RAW caption. You will have to check the properties of the picture.
If you are a photographer lover, you would love this new feature. It will let you make edits on iPhone captured ProRAW images without sacrificing the image’s original charm.