Adobe has been one of the most prominent names in the world when it comes to software technology. The company has constantly been coming out with updates and upgrades for their devices and services and have surprised the world of technology at large with their work. The company has now been working on their latest update for their Lightroom app, and the Adobe Lightroom 2 has now released for Android devices.
The company has worked with professional photographer Colby Brown for testing the app on a Nexus 6P device. For those who might not remember Colby Brown, he was the person who LG used to promote the camera on the LG G4.
The Adobe Lightroom 2 features the arrival of an in-app camera, which was much needed for the app. Users now get an option to capture images in RAW format. The app also comes with a large number of presets for the camera, basically telling the user how an image would look like before he clicks it.
A new ‘dehaze’ tool has been introduced by the company which gives the users an option to adjust the haze and fog in an image. Split toning enhancement has also been a new addition in the Adobe Lightroom 2, which helps the users add colour casts to the highlights and shadows. Sharing has also been enhanced with the Adobe Premier Clip.
The Adobe Lightroom 2 app also comes with a ‘point mode’ in the curve tool, which helps the user take complete control of the contrast and the tonality of the images.
There have been many improvements with this latest update, and the Adobe Lightroom 2 is indeed one of the best means of image editing. The app is free to use for everyone, but it will, however, require a creative cloud support. For the creative cloud members, the app will give them the full access to every feature.