I love our iPad, and more and more Photography focused apps keep appearing.
SnapSeed is a app recently updated with RAW support, which is what attracted me to it. If your away with just your camera equipment and your iPad sometimes you want to play with your images and test out your ideas.
I shoot RAW and until now there has been a lack of applications for the iPad that support the camera manufactures RAW formats. Until now with the updated SnapSeed from Nik software.
Nik are a big player in photography processing, products like Silver Efex Pro, produce the best black and white conversion I have found.
This is not a review and not a recommendation, but it is a fun app. The image above was initially processed in Lightroom then during my lunch break last week I had my first real play with the application and produced this.
Have not had time to test the RAW support, according to their website RAW files are supported when Apple’s camera connection kit is used.
To keep the weight down on our motorcycle road trip we took, once SLR, two lens and an iPad.
The photo in the previous post was taken on my iPhone then processed on my iPad while I was on my road trip.