Mark DuBois
Professor Emeritus

Lightroom Mobile

Web Link Published May 7, 2014 Last Activity Aug 16, 2017

I created a weblog post covering some of the fundamentals of working with Lightroom Mobile (on my iPad). Since this is free software (you do have to have a Creative Cloud license to Lightroom to develop the necessary collections), I thought others might be interested in learning about this tool and its capabilities.

  • Lightroom Classic

    Lightroom Classic CC gives you powerful one-click tools and advanced controls to make your photos look amazing. Easily organize all your photos on your desktop, and share in a variety of ways.

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iPad for Lightroom Mobile, Lightroom (part of Creative Cloud license), and access to the Internet to exchange files.

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Christian Gutierrez

Posted on Sep 21, 2015 10:05:25 PM Permalink

Being able to edit on the move is great, and the DNG format preserves the full dynamic range of cameras’ raw files. It’s perfect for performing colour correction, but I'm surprised to find that sharpness and noise reduction settings can be edited too.