Adobe Lightroom Mobile Adds HDR Support for some Google Pixel Models
A significant upgrade to Adobe Lightroom for Android now supports HDR images.
As a result, users no longer need to utilize a different application to edit and export their HDR images from the app.
Adobe directly announced the development on its support website, praising HDR and its effects on images.
Yet, the app's support for this format is limited in a few ways.
Although the Lightroom Android software (v9.0.0) now allows you to take, process, and export HDR images, you can only use it on compatible Android 14 devices.
As of right now, only the Google Pixel 7, Pixel 7a, and Pixel 7 are included in the list of devices.
Adobe Lightroom mobile adds HDR support on Android 14
It's simple to use Lightroom's new HDR function on compatible devices.
Just launch the program, open an HDR picture, select “Edit" mode, and choose the "Light" tool.
Following that, pick "Edit in HDR Mode" by toggling the option at the bottom.
The HDR logo will then appear in the upper right corner, which you can press to check the histogram and make adjustments to your image.
The "HDR Output" option has to be checked when you're ready to export!
For Android users who want to take and edit HDR images but don't want to constantly move between apps, Lightroom for Android now supports HDR, and Google is planning to release Ultra HDR soon.
It is hoped that other devices and third-party image editing software will support this format.
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