Comprehensive introduction to Lightroom Mobile (and Lightroom 5.4)
Earlier today Adobe released several new pieces of software including an update to Camera RAW (version 8.4), a new version of Lightroom (version 5.4) and a completely new application for iPhone and iPad called Lightroom Mobile (or LTM for short).
Lets start with the Camera RAW and Lightroom 5.4 – both of these has mostly new camera RAW supports (and some bug fixes for Lightroom) including the new Fujifilm X-T1, Nikon D4S and more. The second new thing for Lightroom 5.4 is support for Lightroom mobile.
Now on to the more interesting announcement – the new Lightroom mobile. This app – currently available only for iPhone/iPad (hopefully later this year for Android devices as well) will be part of the
You can download the Lightroom Mobile for free if you are already a member of the Creative Cloud photographers package (now available of under $10 a month).
We won’t go over all the features the new app has (we have all the videos in this post for that but here is a quick digest from Adobe’s blog:
- Edit and organize images anywhere, anytime on your iPad*
- Enhance everything from smartphone photos to raw images from DLSRs using powerful and familiar tools
- Automatically sync all of your mobile edits with Lightroom 5 on your desktop
- Easily share your photos
You can download the Lightroom Mobile app from the Apple appstore.
The following are several videos introducing the new app and its features as well as its interaction with Ligtroom 5.4 (above is a video by Terry white introducing some of the features of Lightroom Mobile) .
Julieanne Kost on Lightroom Mobile Setup, Collections and Flags
Julieanne Kost on Lightroom Mobile Showcasing & Sharing your Photographs
Julieanne Kost on Lightroom Mobile Cropping, Adjustments and Presets
Julieanne Kost on Lightroom Mobile Managing Collections and Auto Import from Camera Roll
Laura Shoe takes a look at the new Lightroom 5.4 and Lightroom mobile
As always you can check out more useful Lightroom guides and tips on our LensVid Lightroom section.