Adobe gives sneak peak of Lightroom-style app for tablets
Published May 2, 2013 | Lauren Crabbe
While Adobe's Photoshop Touch for both iOS and Android has enough editing tools to wow even the most committed desktop post-processor, many mobile photographers long for the clean navigation and editing tools of Adobe's sister software Lightroom. Tom Hogarty, Adobe's Lightroom product manager, took to Kelby Training's web show The Grid recently to show off a new tablet app that seems to exhibit lots of Lightroom-equivalent features.
In the 51-minute video, Hogarty ran through a few of the app's tools, including exposure, clarity, shadows, highlights and white balance. The app appears to offer 100% zoom, can edit RAW-format images and allows for cloud-synchronized editing.
Check out the new Adobe app in The Grid's video (app talk starts at 18:10):
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