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#1 WetPup



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Posted 13 January 2013 - 05:29 PM

Hi all,

I've recently started travelling with just my iPad rather than my laptop in order to keep weight down. It's been good for a backup device for my G12 using the camera connection kit, but I'm wondering if there's any decent apps out there for basic processing of raw files? I have the entire Adobe suite at work, so am always able to process things when I get home, but it'd be nice to be able to do some simple editing while I'm on a liveaboard or lounging around a resort as well. I've come across something called piRAWna, but it has very mixed reviews. Anybody here a user and have any suggestions?

Many thanks :)

#2 Bentoni


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Posted 20 March 2013 - 12:51 PM

Take a look at these two apps. Many of my workmates who use iPads heavily use PhotoGene Pro. It will work with RAW files, has most of the editing options you will likely need, allows for editing of metadata, and can then move the photo via ftp if needed. The other popular app for this purpose is Snapseed.  I hope this helps.



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