Multi-national Computer software firm Adobe Systems has launched Lightroom app for Android users in Google Play recently. With this app, users can edit, organize the image collections and can also sync the images with your desktop version if available.
Lightroom can be downloaded for free, while the users should have Creative Cloud Subscription and the Lightroom software in the desktop also, to avail it. The cheapest plan that will give you this access is the $9.99 (approx Rs. 600)per month Photography plan.
This app lets the users to do things like, access to your Lightroom catalog, reject unwanted photos, fine tune images with adjustment tools, automatically syncs back to your desktop and lets you share images as well.
Here is a partial list of the features:
• access images in your Lightroom catalog
• make selects, reject unworthy photos
• apply a preset
• fine tunes your images using the Basic panel
• import new photos directly from the Gallery
To run this software, your smartphone needs to have Quad Core CPU with 1.7 GHZ ARMv7 architecture, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage, Android Jellybean, KitKat, or Lollipop.
Lightroom mobile also utilizes Smart Previews to provide raw editing functionality on the go. Smart Previews are:
• Based on the DNG file format
• Limited to 2560 pixels on the long edge
• Smaller versions original raw files
• Can be used to make adjustments even when the original
• files aren't available locally
• Adjustments made to Smart Previews are applied to the original when the original files are available
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