Media Alert: Adobe Releases Lightroom for Mobile 2.5 Enabling Mobile DNG Raw Photography on iOS 10
Adobe DNG is now standard format for mobile photography across both iOS and Android
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SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced an update to Lightroom for mobile, making it one of the first apps for capturing Adobe DNG photos on iOS 10 devices. Adobe DNG is the only raw file format directly integrated into iOS and delivers the highest possible image quality and the greatest amount of editing flexibility and control for capturing and editing photos.
With the release of iOS 10, DNG – a raw photography format created by Adobe – is now the go-to, high-quality capture format for mobile photography across both iOS and Android, a strong validation of the decades of leadership and innovation that Adobe has in digital photography. Lightroom for mobile 2.5 delivers an end-to-end Adobe DNG raw mobile photography workflow while also adding support for the new wide gamut P3 color space found in the iPad Pro 9.7 and the soon-to-be-released iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
“Adobe DNG is the perfect file format for professional photographers and photography enthusiasts alike because it offers the freedom to create amazing looking images, and the ability to fix photos that are taken in less than ideal conditions,” said Bryan Lamkin, executive vice president & general manager, Digital Media, Adobe. “With Lightroom for mobile 2.5 we’re ushering in a new era of mobile photography by putting the power of Photoshop Lightroom in everyone’s hands.”
- Adobe’s Thomas Knoll, the creator of Photoshop and Adobe DNG file format, writes about the history and benefits of shooting and editing in Adobe DNG.
- Learn more about Lightroom for mobile 2.5 and why it is the ideal app for DNG capture and editing on iOS 10 devices.
- Download Lightroom for mobile 2.5.
Lightroom for mobile 2.5 is available now in the Apple App Store. To capture in Adobe DNG, users will need a device running iOS 10 that has a 12MP sensor such as the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, and iPad Pro 9.7. When available, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will also support capturing in DNG format.
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