The Focos photo editor is updated with support for ProRAW

Spotlights is a popular photo editor for iOS that brings advanced tools to edit the depth of field of images taken using the Portrait mode of the iPhone. The app was updated this week with some cool new features, including support for Apple’s ProRAW image, which is available to iPhone 12 Pro users.

Focus photo editor is updated with support for ProRAW

Version 2.4 of the application adds support for the RAW and Apple ProRAW formats, which are basically photos taken without or with low compression, keeping more details of the photo such as shadows, highlights and more. Focus can now edit RAW images with options to precisely change the exposure, temperature, and tone map.

The app’s home screen has been redesigned to make it easier to find your photos, and you now have quick access to the file explorer, where you can browse photos stored in the Files app, iCloud Drive, or any other compatible app. The application interface on the iPad has been adjusted and some bugs have been fixed with this update.

What’s new in the latest update

Take a look at the release notes below:

  • With the newly designed home page, it is easier to choose album photos to edit with bokeh effect. Also, you can now open photos directly from the Files app.
  • Support for RAW and ProRAW formats was added. Now you can adjust exposure / temperature / tone map without loss and check EXIF ​​before importing RAW images to the editing interface.
  • Maximum support 20M pixels as the output resolution on most devices.
  • Improved editing interface designed for iPad with new slider.
  • The eraser goes back to the patch tool and also brings a new “restore” brush.
  • Added left-handed edit mode for iPad.
  • Emitting bokeh in the foreground with fixed wavy lines.
  • Fixed interface stuck issue after sharing images with other apps.

The Focos photo editor goes beyond editing Portraits, as the app also uses AI to create an artificial depth map for any photo. If you like taking photos using Portrait mode, the app is definitely worth a try.

Focus is available for free on the App Store. But some features require an annual subscription of € 7.99 or a lifetime license of € 12.99.