Adobe released on Wednesday (13) an update of Abobe Photoshop Lightroom for iOS that promises to please amateur and professional photographers. Among the novelties, there is support for shortcuts on physical keyboards, new editing tools and the possibility of editing images in format RAW.
From now on, Lightroom users on the iPhone and iPad have resources close to those found on the desktop version of the software. Important adjustments such as exposure control, brightness and clarity are present. Such changes provide greater autonomy for the user to edit their photos – an old request from photographers using the app.
The tool now has a great differential: support for RAW files. The new feature is ideal for editing images taken on DSLR cameras from leading manufacturers. This format provides greater editing possibilities, such as changing the white balance, always maintaining the original image quality. However, this feature is only available to users of Creative Cloud, a cloud storage service from Adobe.
Another novelty is the possibility of including copyrights in the images. In this way, before exporting photos, the user can add his name, address and contact. Shortcuts to physical keyboard functions connected to the device have also been added in the new version.
THE Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is available for free for iPhone and iPad.