Adobe recently showed off its latest application, which is a photo editor similar to Lightroom, but designed for iPad. It’s cloud-based and is designed as more of a companion to Lightroom than an actual replacement.
Lightroom is an application that gives users and photographers the ability to adjust photos contrast, exposure and more through its toolset. It’s not the kind of editing you get from Photoshop, which is meant as more of a tool for creating new kinds of pictures, composites or effects. This is designed for photographers who may want to play with temperature or emphasize shadows or clarity in a photo without drastically changing its overall appearance.
The video above shows it at work. Adobe already has a version of Photoshop working on iOS, why not Lightroom?