As a big Lightroom fan and someone who likes to travel light, I was pleased to learn that Adobe is working on an iPad version of their popular imaging and file management application.
Earlier this week Scott Kelby hosted Tom Hogarty from Adobe on The GRID who gave a sneak peek of an early version of the app. Hogarty said that the project is in very early stages and that they’re talking about it now to get the conversation going.
What’s really interesting is that the app will process RAW images and includes many of the major Develop Mode tools like exposure, white balance, shadows and exposure.
Having been using either iPhoto and Snapseed over the past several months I’ve missed many of the tools found in Lightroom. Of course, Hogarty warns us not to expect a full featured version of Lightroom for the device, but who would?
He’s also talking about some type of cloud syncing so that any changes you make on the iPad will apply to images on your PC. That sounds very interesting.
For more information check out the video of Kelby’s interview below or visit The GRID.