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Adobe Lightroom for iOS has started to shoot in RAW mode HDR “as in SLR cameras”

Adobe has released an update for Photoshop Lightroom for iPhone and iPad, which adds support for RAW photos in HDR mode. Now the app also allows you to export the original RAW images in the camera Roll.

In the new mode, the camera Photoshop Lightroom creates three pictures in the DNG format, combines them into a single frame, automatically making corrections, evens out the exposure and tone. The picture gets in the Lightroom library with all the edits of the application, so later the photographer can make corrections manually.

Adobe compares the results of shooting in RAW with HDR photos on a mirrorless camera and Adobe Camera RAW. The developers indicate that the result will be much better JPG HDR, which the camera takes only two shots.

The RAW mode HDR is not supported on all devices. Use by the owners of models older than iPhone 6s, iPhone SE Pro iPad 9.7 inch.

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