Learn how to edit any of the photos that are stored inside of your Adobe Lightroom for Mobile image library using other Apps on your iOS device. Although the Adobe Lightroom for Mobile App is the starting point for all photo editing projects on my iPad, it is not the only tool that I use on a regular basis to shape my images.
In this video, I begin with the photograph of the New York City skyline that appears below. I processed this image on my iPad using the Adobe Lightroom for Mobile App first to make the image look as realistic as possible. Lightroom’s image processing tools are often all that I need to use when I am working with my original captures but Adobe does not have a lock on creativity.
Processed Using The Adobe Lightroom For Mobile App Only
Sometimes creating the look that I want for my photos requires the use of other iOS Apps too. In the first part of this video, I demonstrate how to send a copy of an image from Lightroom over to the Prisma art filter App and then how to get your results back into Lightroom for Mobile.
Art Effects Added Using The Prisma App
I will teach you how to take things even further att the end of this lesson. After working with Prisma, I will also teach you how to send images over to the Snapseed from Google photo editing App. Snapseed makes it is easy to add a nice frame around the edges of an image.
Border Added Using The Snapseed From Google App
The lessons learned in this tutorial are not limited to working with the Snapseed or Prisma Apps either. The skills that you can learn here about using the Share Button will enable you to connect images from your Adobe Lightroom for Mobile library with a host of other creative applications!
- Basic Photo Editing With The Adobe Lightroom For Mobile App
- How To Add A Frame With Snapseed From Google
- How To Share Your Images Using The Adobe Lightroom For Mobile App
- From The Adobe Lightroom For Mobile App To Adobe Photoshop For iPad Pro