Adobe Systems just declared a new level of photo quality App that you can now capturing images in its DNG raw format with a new update to its Lightroom for Mobile iOS app running the newly released iOS 10.
Adobe Lightroom 2.5 released for iOS on Tuesday with you will be able to capturing images in raw format that many professional like to use. This is because raw images aren’t compressed unlike JPEG files, meaning that raw images keep a certain quality about them, also photographer can more edit and manipulate without worrying about corrupting the quality.
Raw photos, with data taken straight from the camera’s image sensor, Adobe Lightroom app offer more editing flexibility and image quality than traditional JPEG images.
Raw images are a bit of a problem to handle, this isn’t problem, while, as you can’t plan to share them on Facebook and print them out until you’ve turned them in to a JPEG. For smartphone photographer now Adobe has announced an update to its Lightroom app, within the app they will be capture RAW image and edit it.
With Tuesday’s release of iOS 10, Adobe opened the door to raw photography, the software that powers iPhone and iPad and it battles with Google’s competitor Android Software. Before two years Android already has had raw support, while not all phones take advantage of it. But now to store raw data Android and iOS both use Adobe’s DNG format.
Every user of iOS will be not able to capture raw with Lightroom, for that it requires a newer Apple devices that have a camera with at least 12-megapixel sensor, that Apple devices such as, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, iPhone SE ,the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and the future phone iPhone 7 and 7s.
Josh Haftel, leader of Adobe’s mobile Lightroom efforts said, It “makes it possible to create absolutely stunning photos that, until a few years ago, could only have been done with a traditional camera,” in a blog post.
Though Lightroom App is free for the mobile devices, it costs $10 a month, if you want to sync photos to Lightroom running on your PC
Adobe said, the new Lightroom also supports the wide-gamut color that the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus can capture.
For the Download: iTunes App Store