Adobe today announced that Adobe Camera RAW support is coming to Photoshop on the iPad
, which will allow Photoshop iPad users to import, open, and edit RAW files. The upcoming feature was highlighted in a demo video that Adobe shared on YouTube, but no details on when it will launch were provided.
According to Adobe, RAW support will work with file types ranging from DNG to Apple ProRAW, which is the RAW file format available on the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro models.
RAW files can be edited like any other image, with users able to adjust aspects like exposure and noise and use Photoshop’s non-destructive editing and auto-adjustment tools.
Photoshop for iPad is part of Adobe’s Creative Cloud plan. Access is available priced starting at $9.99 per month for the Photography plan.
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