Wetback cameras work by capturing high-resolution images of the scene and applying them to the sensor in a process known as “enhancing” it.
This technique is the same as using a digital camera to shoot a live stream of the action.
If you’ve got a camera with the ability to capture this kind of image, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus should be the easiest phones to shoot wetback scenes, because it’s easier to work with than a DSLR or a mirrorless camera.
When you’re done with a wetback scene, you can simply switch to the iPhone and start shooting in RAW mode, which will take all of the images and apply them to a RAW file.
We’ve seen some of the best images in the past with wetbacks from all sorts of filmmakers, including Robert Rodriguez and Ava DuVernay.
If the wetbacks are so good, why not try to use the iPhone to take advantage of the same technology?
This method has a few advantages, including the fact that you can shoot your wetback images directly from the camera.
You can also use the iPhones sensor to automatically apply different filters to your wetbacks.
The iPhone has a wide variety of different image modes that will take your wetshots with you through to the next scene.
You’ll need a wide range of sensors and software to capture these wetback shots.
There are plenty of options for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus wetbacks, including RAW, DNG, and RAW+DNG.
But for our purposes, we’re going to use a camera that supports RAW+ DNG.
With the iPhone’s RAW+ mode, you’ll get the most out of your camera’s sensor and get a wide selection of different filters.
If we want to apply a more traditional RAW, we can choose to apply the same filters we used with the DSLR.
The process is the exact same, so you don’t need to switch between cameras.
The only difference is that you’ll need to do a quick manual adjustment on the iPhone.
You should be able to apply some of your favorite filters like black and white, sepia, and neutral density to your images using the same RAW+ filter.
With this method, you won’t need a separate iPhone to apply your wetshot, because you’ll be using the iPhone with its built-in RAW+ RAW converter.
This converter is great if you need to apply filters that you’ve already got on your camera.
This also means that you won.t have to worry about adjusting the RAW filters on your phone if you don.t want to, or if you can’t.
With our iPhone 6+ wetshot example, we were able to take images with just the built-ins RAW+ filters on our iPhone and apply filters like neutral density, sepiah, and more.
We weren’t able to use this method for our iPhone 5S, which had a built-only RAW converter, so we went with the iPhone 5s RAW+ converter.
RAW+ is the name of the RAW+ camera software.
It’s the only RAW+ compatible with iPhones and it’s also the only one that works in all camera modes.
With RAW+, you get the ability add filters to an image using a simple drag and drop of the image on your iPhone.
If this is all you want to do with your wet shots, then this is the software for you.
There’s no need to spend a lot of time learning how to apply different RAW filters to wet shots.
If your iPhone is capable of RAW+ and you have a small budget, you should check out the Apple Camera app.
This app has all the RAW filter tools you need, and it even includes a RAW+ preview option.
The Apple Camera is also great if your iPhone doesn’t support RAW+ because you can apply filters with a simple double tap of the screen.
The double tap is perfect for a wetshot that you want the user to be able see the result before they do anything.
RAW is great for shooting live streams with cameras that only have one or two cameras.
With your iPhone, you have more options than you might realize.
It has the ability, for example, to automatically add filters and filters to images when they are being taken.
It also has built-up RAW images that can be used for other purposes, like shooting a live action video.
And it has built in RAW filters that can easily be applied to any RAW image you have on your device.
We will cover all of these topics in depth in our next article.