If you have an iPhone or iPad running iOS 13.2 or higher, you can now import your raw photos from your cameras and memory cards directly into Lightroom, bypassing the camera roll and saving time and space on your device!
In this release of Lightroom, Adobe added the ability to collaborate by enabling you to share an album and invite others to contribute their photos via Lightroom on desktop and mobile (including the free version) making it much more convenient for contributors to add their photos to your collection.
Lightroom now offers several different options for exporting files on iOS and iPadOS including Original, JPEG, TIF, and DNG.
Check out the Lightroom Sneak Peek from the Sr. Director of Product Management, Tom Hogarty, where he previews a new camera-to-tablet workflow that will allow us to seamlessly import photos directly into Lightroom on the iPad, beginning with iOS 13.2.
I’m happy to announce new features and updates including batch copy/paste of edit settings, advanced export options, and the additional of contextual help to Lightroom mobile.
Lightroom mobile can now recover deleted photos, create presets from “Discover” posts, find files using enhanced search criteria, and batch apply metadata to files.
Texture, Home View, and Group albums have been added to Lightroom Mobile o iOS and Android. And, batch editing is now available on Android.
I’m excited to announce several updates across the Lightroom CC ecosystem including People View, improved Search, and refined Sharing controls.
Learn about shared Folders, Smart Folders and the new Depth Map technology Preview for HEIC files on iOS.
While Lightroom Classic will not have the ability to automatically sync presets and profiles with Lightroom CC Mobile, it is possible to sync presets and profiles between Lightroom Classic and Lightroom Mobile using the Lightroom CC desktop application. To do this:
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I’m excited to announce several updates to Lightroom CC on mobile devices starting with the new and enhanced Raw and Creative Profiles. While the concept of Profiles isn’t new to Lightroom, in this release, their power has been greatly enhanced.
One could say that my Window Seat book (and ongoing aerial projects) are a byproduct of my position at Adobe. As an evangelist, I spend a great deal of time on airplanes and shooting photographs allows me to stay sane during those long flights.