Adobe working on iOS Lightroom app for editing RAW images on the road


Adobe is working on a mobile complement to Lightroom that will let you view and edit the RAW images on your computer from your mobile device. The app, which is still in the early stages of development, uses the lossy DNG Smart Previews new to Lightroom 5 to keep the space needed on your tablet to a minimum, and will use the same image processing model employed in Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw. The company’s group product manager Tom Hogarty showed an internal test application on a recent appearance of The Grid, an online photography show hosted by Scott Kelby.

During his appearance, Hogarty used an iPad 2 to zoom and scroll inside a large 5D Mark III RAW image, tweaking adjustments to shadows, highlights, and color temperature. While…

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