Adobe Lightroom for iOS 2.4
Adobe has updated its Lightroom app in iOS to 2.4 version. The update has added the support to edit RAW images. You can edit the RAW images that you click with your camera by importing them. In addition to that, the update has also added features such as editing an uncompressed file, access to full range of color information, recover blown out highlights and change white balance. It will support all the RAW images that is supported already by Lightroom for Desktop and Adobe Camera RAW support.
The update has also added linear and radial selection tools that will allow the users to apply the exposure, clarity, brightness and other adjustments selectively.
Adobe Lightroom for Android 2.1
Adobe has updated its Lightroom app to version number 2.1. The latest update added the ability to control, ISO, shutter speed, focus and other manual controls in pro mode. The Android version of the Lightroom app has been supporting the RAW images since February of this year.
The update has also added the Lightroom Camera Widget that will launch the camera of Lightroom in a few clicks. The best part is that the app will now support full resolution images. You can now export the full resolution images after a nice edit using the Lightroom app.
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