Check out all of the great new features and enhancements made to Lightroom mobile including:
iPad Pro Support – including support for iOS 9’s multitasking capabilities such as Split View and Slide Over (on supported devices).
Using “Slide Over” to make a quick change in Lightroom while working in Adobe Slate.
Point Curve Mode in Tone Panel – take color control to the next level with a full function Tone Curve tool, enabling access to composite (RGB) as well as individual red, green, and blue color channels in your photo.
Split Tone Adjustments – create a distinctive look to your photos by applying a color tone to the highlights or shadows, or to replicate the look of a split-toned black and white photo.
Shoot-through Presets. Apply one of five new, specially formulated, non-destructive presets while capturing a photo from the Adobe in-app camera including:
- High Contrast – increases Contrast in Basic Panel and adjusts Tone Curve
- Flat – decreases contrast in the Tone Curve
- Warm Shadows – adjusts Blacks and Whites in Basic Panel, Tone Curve and Split Toning
- High Contrast B&W – converts to B/W and increases Contrast in Basic Panel and adjusts Tone Curve
- Flat B&W – converts to B/W and decreases contrast in the Tone Curve
Top Row: No Preset, High Contrast. Middle Row: Flat, Warm Shadows. Bottom Row: High Contrast B&W, Flat B&W.
Note: Shoot-through presets are available for 64-bit devices only, such as iPhone 5s and later and iPad Air and later.
Notification Center Widget – get instant access to the Adobe in-app camera by enabling the Lightroom for mobile Notification Center widget, to automatically launch the in-app camera with a single swipe down.
I didn’t know how to enable the notification center widget for Lightroom mobile, so I included the following screenshots to help anyone else that was in the same situation:
Access Notifications by swiping downwards from the top of the screen and tap the Edit Button.
In the Add Widgets screen, scroll down until you see Lightroom mobile, tap the green plus icon to add it, drag the grabber handle on the right to reorder if desired, and click Done.
Lightroom mobile will now appear in the Notification Center enabling you to quickly access the in-app camera.
3D Touch support on iPhone 6s/6s Plus – press and hold on any photo in the Grid view to preview your photo with Peek and Pop.
In addition, there have been many usability improvements throughout the app including easier addition of multiple photos to collections, faster import options, and improved gesture support to get you quickly organizing, creating, and sharing amazing images anywhere you are!
If you’re new to Lightroom Mobile you might find these links helpful:
Updates to Lightroom for Web (10-2015)
Discover how easy it is to upload raw, psd, tiff and jpg images, organize your files, make non-destructive edits to your photographs, and share galleries – all from a web browser using Lightroom web!
Updates to Lightroom for Mobile (10-2015)
See how easy it is to organize, edit, and share your photos from anywhere using Lightroom mobile.
Lightroom Mobile on the iPhone (6-2014)
Julieanne demonstrates the new features added to Lightroom mobile on the iPhone and iPad including custom sort orders, star ratings, sharing images via email, and auto import from the camera roll.
Setup, Collections and Flags (6-2014)
Julieanne helps you get started with Lightroom for mobile. She walks through creating and syncing collections, reviewing, picking, rejecting, and filter images using Lightroom for mobile on the iPad.
Cropping, Adjustments and Presets (6-2014)
Julieanne demonstrates how to crop, adjust color and tone and apply presets to your photographs using Lightroom for mobile on the iPad.
Managing Collections and Auto Import from Camera Roll (6-2014)
Julieanne demonstrates how to modify collections, move, add and copy images between collections, and auto import from camera roll using Lightroom for mobile.
Showcasing and Sharing your Photographs (6-2014)
Julieanne shows how to quickly save, share, and show slideshows using Lightroom for mobile.
For more information, see the blog post on Lightroom Journal.