Posts tagged with LrWeb

LrWeb is the browser-based sibling of LrMobile and lets you view your uploaded images in any web browser at the URL https://lightroom.adobe.com/

Sign into Adobe with Google or Facebook IDs

From today people can use a Google or Facebook account to log into Adobe. For Lightroom CC users this opens up a great opportunity to squeeze more value out of your subscription, because this little change makes it so much easier to get feedback on your work via Lightroom on the Web, the web browser part of Lightroom Mobile.

Lightroom Web’s new search tool

Lightroom on the Web, the browser-based sibling of Lightroom Mobile, has a new feature or “technology preview” – a search tool.

It obviously uses metadata for searching, but it also uses come pretty clever recognition techniques.

Adobe Comp and Lightroom

Adobe Comp is another newly-released iOS app that can access your Lightroom Mobile photos and is quite a clever iPad app for creating layouts shapes, photos and add text, then save the composition to the cloud. What’s quite startling is how it sends the composition from your iPad directly to your main computer, launching Photoshop, InDesign or Illustrator.

Adobe Slate

Adobe Slate is a new iPad app that makes it very easy to “tell a story”. But what makes it interesting for Lightroom users is how this service integrates with Lightroom Mobile. The first of many?

Import raw files into LR Mobile?

You can’t really do this. Mobile is not designed as a laptop replacement for travelling. But did you know dragging and dropping into a browser window uploads photos to Adobe’s cloud?

LR Web – clients don’t have an Adobe account?

How can a friend or client review and comment on a shared LrWeb collection if they don’t have an Adobe account? It’s possible, by setting up a dummy account.