Let you take picture using Lightroom 2.1 camera in iPhone.
Lightroom Mobile is the tablet/smartphone companion to Adobe’s desktop app, but a process of steady development has meant that it’s more than just a tool for viewing your photos. It’s now possible to apply a large number of the desktop apps editing tools too, and your changes are synchronized back to your main Lightroom image library via Adobe’s Creative Cloud service. You can also add ratings and flags to your photos, using your tablet as a kind of mobile image sorting tool.Lightroom mobile displays the images that are synchronized with the Lightroom dekstop app and includes its own editing. Lightroom Mobile 2.1 for iOS adds support for the iPad and in iOS 9 too with 3D touch and has ability to launch the camera from the iOS notification center.
Lightroom mobile is essentially a tablet based editing app, it uses your device’s built in iSight camera which gives incredible quality because the latest 8MP & 12MP iSight cameras are good and may be the camera which you can get best in smartphone.
Lightroom camera app 2.1 is made even better for iPhone which adds instant preset effects. These are in the style of regular Lightroom presets, so you can go back later, tweak the settings and make them come out exactly how you want the presets which are non destructive, just like filters in the standard iOS camera app.
Lightroom camera can be a best camera app in the iOS, offers manual exposure compensation slider, manual white balance control, self-timer, compositional gridlines, a ‘square’ mode with digital level.
But it can’t replace the standard iOS camera app completely because it doesn’t offers burst shooting, HDR mode, panoramas or video. But it can be a best tool for photography lovers who wants to take a little more time over their pictures and have them imported automatically into Lightroom.
Effects – can disappoint
The only disappointment for you is that you get only five effects to start : High contrast, Flat, Warm shadows, High contrast B&W and Flat B&W. You can expect more effects and filters in future updates.