Adobe has released an update for Lightroom Mobile on Android to version 1.2. Updates include several bug fixes, along with the following updated features:
- Edit images faster by copying image adjustments and pasting them onto another photo
- Crop the perfect photo with a re-designed experience on your Android device that enables you to quickly adjust, align and auto-straighten.
- Easily find your favorite images! The new Segmented view in Collections give you a different way to view and engage with your photos.
- Raw file support for the Panasonic Lumix CM1 Communication Camera
You can download the updated version of Lightroom Mobile for Android here on the Google Play Store.
Here’s a sneak peek look at Lightroom CC’s upcoming Dehaze feature that will remove haze from your images using a single slider. No word on the release date, but it looks pretty slick.
Hopefully, it will hit along with the other CC updates we expect to see within the next few weeks.
In this video, Bryan O’Neil Hughes shows off some serious retouching capabilities of Adobe’s mobile photo retouching on the iPad. He doesn’t name the app but these features will probably show up in a future iteration of a Photoshop mobile app.
I have always been a little clumsy making fine edits with my fingers on the iPad. I have tried using a stylus with varied degrees of success. I don’t think I’m alone in these challenges either. Today, I just don’t know how serious this feature can be taken. It could be one of those handy features used occasionally that is nice to have, but not essential.
Then again, it may turn out to be an app/feature that hits just in time for the rumored iPad Pro. The more horsepower Apple continues to put into the iPad, the more closely the spec sheet approaches Wacom’s Cintiq tablets. And, if that happens, Wacom’s products may become even more niche solutions than they already are.
Adobe apps have to become much more robust on iOS and Android before that happens and this teaser shows that Adobe is well on its way to doing just that.
After months of rumors, Adobe has officially released Lightroom 6 and Lightroom CC. It almost seemed inevitable, but Adobe has split the Lightroom purchase options and features to a standalone version (Lightroom 6) and a subscription version (Lightroom CC, as part of the Photoshop Photography Plan and the full Creative Cloud suite). [Read more…]
We’re expecting an official announcement of Lightroom 6 / Lightroom CC today. For now though, Adorama already has Lightroom 6 available to order.
We had a flurry of possible dates in March on which Lightroom 6 was supposed to be released. Now, it seems the same thing is happening again this month.
I received another tip today that pegged April 15 as the release date for Lightrooom 6 per a second-hand industry source. Just a couple days ago, the release was pegged for April 21 via another supposed “leak.”
Until Lightroom 6 is officially out, however, we will have to continue to take these rumored releases with a grain of salt.
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