When making our device capture, the native iOS application offers us great versatility, but limits us much when it comes to be able modify parameters to adjust the catch to our needs. In the App Store we can find a large number of applications that allow us to adjust values such as sensitivity, speed of opening… But among all the possibilities offered to us by the App Store, we have to highlight Adobe Lightroom, an application that with each new update offers more options to be able to capture our favorite with a large number of settings.
The pictures in format JPG compress much pictures, subtracting much quality to the final result. To prevent this loss of quality, the best is to be able to store images in raw, RAW format, a format that we can then deal with any editing application to change the contrast, color, temperature, brightness… Thanks to this update, with Adobe Lightroom already we can take screenshots in HDR and store them in RAW format, a format that allows you to overlap several screenshots to offer the best result when the contrasts of the image are very high.
If instead of catches with the native camera application in JPG format, we make use of this feature with the Adobe Lightroom application, we will get better results, which in addition will enable us to subsequently modify the final result without losing quality in photography, which allows us to save the HDR captures in RAW format.
What’s new in version 2.7.0
- We can now capture in HDR format with this latest update.
- We can also export original RAW images to the reel of our device, to subsequently process them with an application compatible with this format, such as Pixelmator, Photoshop, GIMP…
- The classification of the images has been improved.
- Also has been considerably improved synchronization with the cloud.
- Bug fixes and improvements in the overall speed of the application.
Adobe Systems, Inc.