Adobe Lightroom for iPad
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Capture the moment and make it your own with Adobe Lightroom. Get essential tools to craft incredible images everyday, everywhere — whether you’re a beginner or a pro. It’s all your photography. All in one place.
Note: Lightroom requires a subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan.
The power to perfect your photography.
• Bring out the best in your images with simple one-click presets to powerful advanced adjustment tools.
• Experiment fearlessly, and then revert to your original with just one click.
• Edit smartphone photos to raw images from DSLRs and access them across devices.
Your photography, everywhere you are.
• View, organize, edit and share photos across mobile devices, desktop and the web.
• Automatically sync photo edits, metadata and collection info with all your Lightroom enabled devices.
Your photos tell a story. Share yours.
• Easily share photos online via social networks, and get feedback from family and friends in beautiful Lightroom web galleries.
• Craft visual stories and animated videos with access to your photos in Adobe Voice and Slate, available from the App Store.
• Access all your Lightroom photos across a growing list of photography apps and services including 500px and more.
Note: Adobe Lightroom requires a subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan.
What's New in Version 1.4.1
•Sign up for a free 30-day trial directly within the app
•Crop the perfect photo with a re-designed experience that enables you to quickly adjust, align and auto-straighten.
•TIFF file support.
So I have been using this app and works well. But I am writing this to let those who have promotional Adobe CC subscription will NOT be able use this app after the trial period.
I've already been online with tech support and this was the result. I did mention to them that they should change their policy or lose customers.
For me, I'm willing to pay a small amount to use the App with the desktop app.
Down-sampling photos to 2048?
I recently edited a few shots in Lightroom for iPad. There's a good app in the making here, but it still needs some work. I didn't like how the image blurred while making adjustments. "Clarity" is nice, but I'd like to see a proper sharpening and luminance feature. The real deal-breaker, though, came after saving my edits and finding the images had shrunk to a smaller size. Mobile shots are often resolution challenged enough as it is. I expect a little more from Adobe.
Need to be able to push more than 15 photos to iCloud Photostream
Overall a good app to view photos that are published from Lightroom. A big usability gap is not being able to publish to iCloud photostream. You can only publish 15 photos at a time; I cannot see the point in that restriction. Apple and Adobe need to figure this out. Apple has chosen to abandon its enthusiast/pro users, yet has created barriers to playing with iCloud.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: May 13, 2015
- Version: 1.4.1
- Size: 44.6 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish
- Seller: Adobe Systems, Inc.
- © Adobe Systems, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.