Lightroom CC Mobile August Updates Released

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Android Version 3.6 Released 

Summary:

  • Improvements to Optics tab: You can now reduce chromatic aberrations (CA) and manually select from one of the more than 1,200 Adobe-created lens profiles
  • Support for HEIC image format
  • Pause and resume synchronization within the cloud status tab
  • Removed 15 photo max limit, on photo export
  • Ability to set a custom order for photos in grid
  • New Technology Preview: Best Photos – Uses Adobe Sensei smarts to select the photos with the highest potential, quickly and easily
  • New Guided Tutorial: Watermark
  • Enhanced profile management – Ability to move presets
  • Improvements to create preset functionality – Create preset with Auto Settings and option to select “Only Modified Settings”
  • ACR integration: Support for latest cameras and lenses found in the Adobe Camera Raw 10.5 release (the full list of cameras and lenses supported by Lightroom can be found at http://www.adobe.com/go/supported_cameras).



iOS Version 3.4 Released

Summary:

  • Improvements to organizational user interface, including two new smart folders (Lr Camera Photos and Recently Added), new Shared Albums tab to see and control all of the albums shared on lightroom.adobe.com, new multi-select mode (long tap to enter multi-select), and more.
  • Updated filter menu, enabling you to filter your images by media type, camera, location, keywords, and whether or not the image has been edited.
  • HDR and Long Exposure photos captured within the Lr Camera are now greatly reduced in size, without any apparent quality loss.
  • New Technology Preview: Depth Map Support. Adds in a new mode in the Lr Camera letting you capture HEIC images with depth maps as well as a new selective tool that leverages depth maps captured with the Lr Camera or other capture tools. The new Depth selection tool lets you quickly turn a depth map into a selection that can be modified with a brush, and then use the same editing tools available with other selection tools to modify your image. Depth capture requires iPhone with dual camera (iPhone 7+, 8+, X) and currently supports the rear camera only on the iPhone X.
  • ACR integration: Support for latest cameras and lenses found in the Adobe Camera Raw 10.5 release (the full list of cameras and lenses supported by Lightroom can be found at http://www.adobe.com/go/supported_cameras).
“What’s New” KB Article: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/using/whats-new.html#lightroom-cc-mobile-august-2018

Julieanne Kost Blog Post: http://blogs.adobe.com/jkost/

Adobe Blog on August Updates: https://theblog.adobe.com/august-lightroom-cc-releases/
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After now about one month working with the new iOS interface, I am not happy with the changes. The interface is now more similar with the Mac version, but an iPad has a much smaller screen. There is now too much information on the browser pages and the clean orgininal setup is spoiled. There is less space for the photos. I would have removed the small photo icons decorating the albums. The photos are now on the right hand side anyway. We don’t need the icons. Removing then gives extra space for the album names. On the top of the screen filters are now visible and this costs another half cm space on top of the screen. The smart albums require also quite some space on the left top corner. In summary: too much black now. I like way the new iOS12 Photo was updated. Apple did a great job.
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Apparently no support for the Depth Mask on the iPhone Xs Max. Bummer. Is it coming??
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Luke Riggall

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Does it give you an option to enable in the edit -> settings -> technology previews?
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No.