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Fri, Sep 16, 2011 8:44 PM

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Lightroom Lite for iPad...

Can you tell me if there are any plans to create something like a lite version of Lightroom for the iPad? I would like to be able to perform a tethered capture to my iPad instead of having to use my laptop since my iPad is much lighter and more portable. You could include some of the more common settings / tools that are used during capture like White Balance adjustments, histogram, etc... Thank you

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Lightroom: Lightroom app for tablets (iPad, iOS, Android)

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13.8K Points

9 years ago

Didn't seem very popular a few months back:

http://feedback.photoshop.com/photosh...

Interestingly, it had about the same number of votes as supplying Lightroom for Linux.

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76.3K Points

I'd say 13 votes (@2011-09-16) on this forum is pretty popular.

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Well, there are two whole pages of stuff ahead of them. We tend to get somewhere around 4 big features per release cycle (and a bunch of smaller ones), and there looks to be probably a dozen big features higher up the popularity tree than this one.

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Still, its a lot more popular than Lightroom camera firmware - go figure... ;-}

Anyway, its not really a feature request for Lightroom, so much as a request for a whole new product, or at least it should be, in my opinion.

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76.3K Points

9 years ago

I want Lightroom firmware for my camera.

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97.2K Points

9 years ago

If you haven't already, check out Adobe's newly announced Carousel:

http://www.adobe.com/products/carouse...

It doesn't have everything people here are asking for on the iPad (tethered capture, in particular) . But it claims to use the "Lightroom engine" for image processing, it lets you do some editing, and it seamlessly syncs with other Apple devices and computers.

Hopefully, it's much improved from Adobe's past attempt to sync with the cloud (Photoshop.com, Elements), which was buggy and mediocre.