Everyone knows about the power of Lightroom for editing on the desktop — but did you know Lightroom’s built-in camera lets you shoot RAW directly on your iOS or Android phone?
In the Lightroom App, HDR mode works by automatically scanning the scene to determine the correct exposure range and then capturing three DNG files which are then automatically aligned and merged in the app. (more from Adobe)
I took this photo on my iPhone and shared it to my Instagram Account. As promised, here’s how I got the shot-
I mostly use HDR for landscape photos, it’s perfect for sunsets! HDR is essentially 3 images merged together to create a more dymanic range, soooo the subject (and photographer) must hold very steady for the period of time that the “shutter” is open, otherwise you’ll have a blurred image.
While already inside of the mobile Lightroom App, add a quick filter using presets!
Try our Free Lightroom Preset or purchase all 15 here. Install instructions are included.
I challenge you to try using the HDR setting in the Lighroom Mobile App this week. Don’t forget to order prints!