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Lightroom 2.0 for Android, now available!

androidLR2Lightroom 2.0 for Android adds in a number of new, important features, including:

  • An in-app camera, supporting the capture of images in DNG raw format
  • Shoot-through presets, also available within the in-app camera, enabling previewing and capturing images with a series of built-in presets providing non-destructive editing
  • Dehaze tool to adjust haze and fog in an image
  • Split Toning enhancement, enabling the addition of a color cast to the highlights and shadows of an image, creating a uniquely stylized color image or replicating the look and feel of a traditional toned black and white image
  • Target Adjustment Tool functionality in the Color/B&W editing tool, providing direct, on-image editing controls
  • Point mode in Curve tool providing complete control over the tonality and contrast of an image
  • Enhanced sharing with one-tap access to Adobe Premiere Clip for crafting video stories.

We also worked with world-renowned travel photographer Colby Brown to test and use the latest version of Lightroom for Android on his Nexus 6P, which he used to create a series of stunning photos while traveling to Cuba. Check out his photos below and visit his post here to read his take on working in a full raw end-to-end workflow.

You can download Lightroom for Android 2.0 here now for free.

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Ian Burley

The headline feature of the Android version of Lightroom, lacking in the Apple iOs version, is its ability to edit RAW files. On the other hand you are limited to Adobe’s own (though open standard) DNG format RAW files, which means it’s only useful if your camera can produce DNG files natively, which rules out Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, etc.. But it’s good news for Pentax and some Leica users!

Graham Parry
Graham Parry

Will that also work with raw files from Android 5.0 systems or the FV-5 APP ?

Ian Burley

HI Graham – in theory DNG is backwards compatible so as long as it’s a DNG compliant file it should work.