Adobe has officially announced the long expected Adobe Lightroom mobile version for iPad.
- Sync mobile edits, metadata and collection changes back to the Lightroom catalog on a Mac or Windows computer.
- Automatically import images captured on an iPad and sync back to a Lightroom catalog on the desktop.
- Work on images, even when your iPad is offline, for a truly portable experience.
- Sync photos between Lightroom 5 and Lightroom mobile; synced photos can also be viewed from any Web browser.
Lightroom for iPad is included in the Photoshop Photography Program that also includes Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CC
Download Lightroom Mobile
Camera RAW 8.4 & Lightroom 5.4 were also released.
From Planet5D: Alex over at Magic Lantern announced today that the Magic Lantern team has a version of their software that should work on Canon EOS 5D Mark III firmware version 1.2.3 (which is the latest version)
“Not alpha, not beta, nor zeta, just a bleeding edge that happens to work for me. It might work for you or it might not. (note that my standards are fairly high, so what I call bleeding edge, others may call semi-stable or whatever)”
There are significant updates in this version too, like the elimination of the need to mod the boot flag – but Alex also warns there are still issues with portions of Magic Lantern including the HDMI output in this version.
Read more at Planet5D | Visit Magic Lantern
Adobe has released Camera Raw 8.4 release candidate. A bunch of new cameras and lens profiles have been added.
You can download the release candidate at Adobe Labs.
Below is a list of Canon additions
- Canon EOS 1200D (REBEL T5, KISS X70)
- Canon EF-S 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
- Canon EF-S 55-250 f/4-5.6 IS II
- Sigma 24-105mm f/4 DG OS for Canon
- Zeiss Otus 1.4/55 ZE
Download Adobe Camera RAW 8.4 CC Release Candidate
Magic Lantern has long been a fan favourite to “unleash” the features of Canon cameras we wish they had. Lately this has included pushing what we can get out of the sensor.
As reported on Planet 5D:
“Tests have been done by ‘Marsu42’ of CanonRumors, which show numbers of up to 15 stops of DR when using this feature combined with the ‘dual_iso’ module that Magic Lantern already includes in their nightly builds.”
This means that for example on 5d3, iso 800 with ML has more dynamic range than iso 100 with Canon :-> … and at high iso you’re getting 7% more dr which is nothing to sneeze at, esp. since it builds upon Canon‘s advantage vs. Nikon: d800@6400 = ~8.3 & 5d3@6400 = ~9.4 ev. According to sensorgen.info the 6d should add another 2/3 stop (once the code is adapted for it) making good ol’ Canon the superior sensor for low light high contrast shooting.
Since this is a new software update I’d recommend you proceed with caution, however, these are exciting results for both stills and video shooters!
Source: Our Forums via P5D
It appears Adobe accidentally leaked Lightroom for iPad before the official announcement. It looks like the app will be a cloud subscription of $99 on an annual basis.
There may be other purchase options when it officially launches.
Adobe’s marketing for Lightroom for mobile is “Take Lightroom anywhere.” According to an Adobe employee, the software will have a lot of the same features currently in Lightroom for desktop.
Source: [9to5] via [MR]