Using Lightroom in Your Web Browser December 8, 2015 – Posted in: Photography – Tags: Lightroom, Mobile Lightroom
Adobe wants to keep you close to your pictures. The latest version of Lightroom Mobile not only works on smartphones and tablets, but you can also access your shared collections via any web browser. Lightroom Mobile users simply have to log in to https://lightroom.adobe.com, and just like that, their Lightroom environment is available.
And it’s not just for viewing pictures… you also have a fairly robust set of editing tools to adjust them. All the standard sliders are there, such as Exposure and White Balance, which makes basic adjustments a snap. Plus, you have some of the advanced stuff too, such as Clarity, Vibrance, and Dehaze.
All of this can come in handy when traveling in ultralight mode. Let’s say you’re at a friend’s house and you want to show off a few shots from a recent trip. Just go to his computer, log into your account, and there are your pictures. You can even work on them together if you wish.
Lightroom Mobile is no longer confined to the smartphone. Now, any computer, anywhere can serve as your photo studio.
And if that wasn’t good enough… The Indispensable Guide to Lightroom CC by Sean McCormack is Rocky Nook’s eBook Deal of the Week. That means you can purchase this outstanding guide for only $9.99 with coupon code GETLRCC at checkout. But don’t delay, this offer expires on Dec. 10, 2015.
Sean will help you become a Lightroom guru. So not only can you show off your editing prowess anywhere with Lightroom Mobile, you can teach others to do the same.
Derrick Story is the photography evangelist for Rocky Nook Publishing.