Well, how about that. I just tried it again - finally found the RAW
files in the camera roll (they show up as blanks) and tapped on one to
import. It takes a while - guess because it's running a conversion --
but it finally opened in LR Mobile.
So, I guess I was wrong.
On 5/1/20 14:38 : , Moose wrote:
On 4/30/2020 7:29 PM, Paul Braun wrote:
So, I tried playing with the iOS app and my snazzy new-ish E-M5 mk
III. Got it to connect and tried to import some images. Turns out
that while you can import RAW images, the mobile versions of LR and
PS don't know what the hell to do with them.
This disagrees with what Adobe says, that you can open and edit any
type of RAW file that can be opened on Lightroom for Desktop:
“With the raw technology preview, you’ll be able to import raw photos
immediately to either your iPhone or iPad, edit them, and then share
them, anywhere you’ve got a connection,” Adobe writes. “Our goal with
Lightroom for mobile is to make it an indispensable part of your
Once you open up a RAW file in Lightroom Mobile, you’ll be able to do
the same things you can do on desktop: adjust white balance, recover
blown highlights, access the original color data, editing an
uncompressed photo, and more, “all using the exact same technology
that powers Lightroom on your desktop.”
That was in July, 2016.
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