Odds are you are satisfied with the photos you snap with a late-model iPhone. My iPhone 4S, for instance, captures higher-resolution photos (8 megapixels) than my old 6-megapixel Nikon D50. The thing is, iPhone camera apps compress images, losing much of an image's data in the process. The 645 Pro app intersects the iPhone's development process prior to the JPEG compression step, spitting out high-quality JPEGs and TIFFs. The developer, Jag.gr, calls these TIFFs developed raw or dRAW files.
The app's layout has you hold your iPhone in landscape mode, with the rear-facing camera in the … Read more