- Now, make highly precise adjustments with a simple swipe using the new Brush Selection tool. Selectively apply Exposure, Brightness, Clarity, and other adjustments to a specific part of a photo. Supports 3D Touch for pressure-sensitive application of enhancements on devices that support 3D Touch
- Now, when using the advanced Lightroom in-app camera, a new feature “Show Highlight Clipping” shows you the over-exposed areas prior to capture which enables you to adjust the exposure or composition
- Direct control to adjust Noise Reduction and Sharpening
- Improved virtual level within the in-app camera with haptic feedback
- Support for latest cameras and lenses found in the ACR 9.12 release (the full list of cameras and lenses supported by Lightroom can be found at Site
- General stability improvements
Adobe pushed out some pretty substantial updates to its Photoshop Lightroom iOS apps today that contain support for Apple’s Pencil stylus and 3D Touch finger editing. Now, if you’re using Lightroom on an iPad Pro with the Pencil, you can apply pressure with the tip of the device to selectively apply changes to brightness, exposure, and other settings. Adobe is calling this the Brush Selection tool, and it also works on iPhones with 3D Touch. Just press harder with your finger on the screen over the desired area to achieve the same effect.
Adobe wanted to provide the best Android experience possible so they redesigned Lightroom for Android from the ground up to be faster, more efficient, and, well, more Android-y,” Adobe says in today’s announcement. “Every screen has been redesigned with the goal of ensuring a natural, native Android experience while providing the highest quality, professional-grade mobile photo editing app ever.