Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a photo editing application, created by Adobe and specially developed for mobile devices. With an intuitive interface and streamlined tools, also available with InstaSize-Photo Editor, an Android pic editor app, Adobe’s intention was clearly to provide an application that could help the user make minor corrections to the pictures taken by the device itself. Another function, which works really well, without leaving the photos with the colors bursting, is the chromatic adjustment.
Free, Adob Photoshop Lightroom delights with the task of helping the user improve their photos, applying automatic or manual corrections, such as brightness and contrast controls. Before, the application used and abused the touch screen interface, but it seems that users did not quite understand how to use this interface that did not bring any command on the screen. Then Adobe returned to show meters in a recent update.
Due to the success of other applications like Instagram, Adobe has put many filters in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, but the problem is that they are very similar and offer little variety to the user. There are other filter options available, but you have to pay to use them. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is not a reduced version of Photoshop for computers. There are no layers, masks or other more advanced features. However, for those who just want to crop a photo or improve brightness and contrast, the application offers all of Adobe’s technology.
At the end of the edit, the user can tap the share button and choose “Save to Camera Roll” to save the edit to their photo gallery as a new image. If you do not want to, simply touch the upper left corner of the screen. If you’re on Android, just tap the back button on the system. Because it is free to download and use, many people confuse Photoshop Lightroom with another application, Photoshop Touch.