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I think until apple give more detail on what this product will entail. Or indeed what Adobe will be providing the jury is out.
I'm in no way a Camera Pro, but I do a lot of editing with my iPad Air and with LR Mobile I find that doing basic rejection/edits to RAW(via a proxy file and syncing to my Mac Pro) works well as a workflow. I'd like to be bale to do the additional basic edits I do, in LR or via something like Pixelmator or Snapseed without lowering the resolution(Pixelmator now supports this but I cant export from LR mobile without lowering res) If the Pro can do this I will seriously consider it.

Link | Posted on Oct 5, 2015 at 09:21 UTC as 20th comment | 3 replies
On article Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPad (43 comments in total)
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bentheoandrews: Whoaaaa, everyone calm down. Just to clarify, I've got this app on my iPad 2. I can load and work with jpegs from my Sony NEX 5N with no trouble (larger than 1600x1600) - layered up and edited 4 images in a project of a snowboarder jumping and worked fine with no lag. I think the pixel limit is output size.

Yes there is a limit on output size I believe, it is the same as the one on snapseed, which is what I use on my iPad1

Link | Posted on Mar 13, 2012 at 11:08 UTC
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