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Adobe brings pro-friendly RAW HDR capture to Lightroom Mobile

Adobe brings pro-friendly RAW HDR capture to Lightroom Mobile

Until now, HDR capture on smartphones has been an under-the-covers merging of several frames in a fairly simple way by the phone itself. Now, Lightroom Mobile offers pro-grade HDR for supported phones. The app’s camera mode will analyze the scene, decide on the needed bracketing, capture the images in RAW mode, and then combine and tonemap them into a 32-bit floating-point DNG RAW file – allowing full HDR editing. This is pretty amazing when you consider that typically a similar workflow involves bracketing on a high-end camera, and the use of specialized software applications to do the merge and tone mapping. It works on the Apple iPhone 6s and later, Samsung Galaxy 7 and 7 edge, and Google’s Pixel family of phones. For users of other phones, there are still some goodies packed into the new version of Lightroom mobile:

Other features in Lightroom Mobile 2.7 for iOS and 2.3 for Android

In addition to the RAW HDR support, the new versions include the return of Speed Review (drag-up and drag-down to add Star ratings), the addition of Export Original to export the DNG files made with RAW capture, and support for Radial and Linear selective adjustments.