My favorite tool for quickly making adjustments to RAW photos just turned 2.0. It’s a free upgrade but the price for new users has increased to (I believe) $25. While the original program was great for quickly adjusting a single image, the new program allows you to browse directories full of images quickly and easily, to some extent replacing browsing apps like FastRAWViewer.
The major new features — and there are a lot of them — are batch processing, copying and pasting adjustments between images, multiple window and tab support, hot/cold pixel overlays (very nicely done), depth effect (the ability to manipulate depth data from dual camera iPhones), perspective correction and chromatic aberration support.
The browsing functionality is pretty minimal. It’s useful enough for selecting images for batch-processing, but it doesn’t offer filtering ability (beyond the ability to show only RAW images) or the ability quickly modify image metadata (e.g. rate images), so FastRAWViewer is still the app to beat for managing large directories full of images.
While the hot/cold pixel feature is lovely, the ability to show in-focus areas (another great FastRAWViewer feature) is also missing.
As before, RAW Power both functions as a standalone application and a plugin for Apple’s Photos app (providing enhanced adjustment functionality).