We are delighted to publish the full series of tutorials (1-10) by Matt Kloskowski that will get you up and running with Lightroom Mobile in no time at all.
As we reported yesterday Adobe updated Lightroom for iOS to version 2.6 and Lightroom for Android to 2.2.2 with a host of new and very useful features (see here).
We have published this link (below) to a series of videos created by Adobe’s own Julieanne Kost as host. She has covered Lightroom for Mobile (iOS) from end to end, including these new features.
Adobe have today announced updates for Lightroom Mobile as well as to Lightroom CC, and Adobe Camera Raw.
Lightroom for iPhones includes a new edit experience, a new info section, a new capture interface with a brand new professional mode, support for all of the latest cameras and lenses provided in today’s Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom releases, as well as bug fixes and improvements. Lightroom for iPads adds in the new capture interface, camera and lens support, and bug fixes, and Lightroom for Android provides support for new cameras and lenses as well as bug fixes.
Lightroom has always been about helping you get the most out of your images, and with Lightroom for Android 2.2, you can now import raw files directly into your Android device. The Raw Technology Preview makes it possible for you to connect your camera to your Android device and import photos directly from your camera. With this Technology Preview now available for Android (released for iOS in July of this year), you can capture, edit, and share raw photos, in full resolution, and have access to them wherever you are in the world.
The teams for both Lightroom for iPads as well as Lightroom for Android are also working on adding in the new edit and info experiences and we hope to release those updates soon.
More details regarding both updates, to both platforms below:
Lightroom 2.2 for iOS is here, and brings a range of improvements, including an oft-requested feature: full resolution output. With version 2.2, Adobe have added the ability for Lightroom mobile to output full resolution files for any file that was either captured on the device or added to the device, either through the camera connection kit, transferred via Wi-Fi from a camera directly, or transferred to the device via services like email, Dropbox, or Google Drive. Additionally, any files that were added directly to an iPhone or iPad are transferred in full resolution to other mobile devices signed into the same account. This way, files captured with your iPhone are available for further editing and exporting from your iPad, in full resolution and vice-versa.
A point to note is that Lightroom for iOS does not currently support RAW files. Lightroom for Android supports DNG files only. A spokesman for Adobe explained that they are aware of the demand for RAW file support and are contuing to explore that area.
The full list of improvements are:
- New: Full resolution output. Now, export and share photos that were captured on your device or that you added to your device at full resolution.
- Updated: 3D Touch support in the Camera Roll browser view. Quickly preview your image with Peek & Pop when browsing Camera Roll photos in the app.
- Fixed: Issue that lead to a potential crash.
- Improved: Various bugs and issues.
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We’re delighted to publish some fabulous instruction videos by Julieanne Kost – Principal Evangelist: Photoshop and Lightroom. We think you will find these really useful. You can learn more about the introduction of Lightroom in our post here. Freeing yourself … Read more
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