Adobe Shows Sneak Preview Of Lightroom For iPad
Adobe has already created a mobile and tablet version of Photoshop, aptly named Photoshop Touch. It’s now revealed an iPad version of its popular professional image editing tool – Lightroom.
The app will provide users with the majority of Lightroom’s functionality, allowing photographers to edit their images on their iPads – including raw image processing. It’s still in the testing phase so the full suite of tools was not demonstrated, however it’s clear that clarity, vibrance, and the ability to adjust highlights and shadows will be included.
Due to the large file size of raw images Adobe will use the cloud for storing and processing the images. Users will edit a smaller version of the file on the iPad, which will then be sent to the cloud in the form of small text files for processing.