Tap Community at the bottom-right of the screen > tap the Remix tab.
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Lightroom not only empowers you to create beautiful images and express your vision, but it helps you become a better photographer with new ways to get inspired and grow your skills, right in the app. You can also browse through different categories of inspirational photos by fellow photography members and tap them to open and see how the photo was edited, step-by-step. You can also save the edits as a preset.
Starting with the October 2023 release of Lightroom for mobile (iOS) version 9.0, Discover is renamed to Community.
Starting with the June 2023 release of Lightroom for mobile (iOS) version 8.4, the Learn tab and Lightroom Tutorials will no longer be supported in Lightroom for mobile. You can check out Lightroom Academy and enhance your photography skills by accessing educational content, tips, and more.
You can still access the tutorials in Lightroom on your desktop.
Edit photos for other photographers and allow them to edit yours
Introduced in Lightroom for mobile iOS version 7.4 (June 2022 release)
In the Remix tab of the Community feed, find out what other photographers are doing and learn the latest editing trends from them. You can also edit photos of others, compare edits, and help learn from each other.
Once you have edited the photo, tap the (Post for the user to see your edits. All edits made will appear in the Remixes tab of the user's profile.) icon. Add a comment about your editing process, and tap
To share and allow others to edit your photo: Open an edited photo and tap the share icon > Post to Community. Tap Allow Remixing toggle button > tap the check icon. Fill in the details like Title, Description, etc., before sharing the photo.
Once you share a Remix to Community, it will automatically appear in the Just Remixed section.
To view the remixes of a photo, tap the user's name to visit their profile and tap the Remixes tab. Open a photo to view all the edits made by different people in one place. Tap through and view each edit in the lower navigation panel. The adjustments made are visible on the right.
This way, you can learn, compare, and find editing styles that work for you. You can also tap the heart icon if you like a photo.
Community in Lightroom for mobile (iOS) does not support HDR. It's recommended to disable HDR before posting to Community or Remix.
Discover inspirational photos
Discover inspirational photos by fellow photographers, browse through different categories of photo edits, and tap a Community photo to see how the photo was edited, step-by-step. You can also save the edits as a preset.
To discover inspirational photos, do the following:
Tap the Community icon at the bottom of the screen.
The Community section displays a whole range of inspirational edits in the For you and New tabs. Browse through the edits and tap a photo of your choice.
Once you tap a photo, a new screen appears that displays the output of edits made to the photo.
Tap Play edits at the bottom to see how the photo was edited, step-by-step.
Save settings as a preset
You can save the exact combination of slider positions in the photo as a preset to apply to other photos. To save the edit settings as a preset, do the following:
Open a photo of your choice from the Community section.
Tap () in the upper-right corner of the screen.
Select Save as Preset.
The preset is saved to User Presets folder in the Presets pop-up menu, by default.
To know more about applying presets, see Work with presets.
Alternatively, open a photo in Community and tap the Save As Preset button in the right panel.
Follow your favorite photographers
Introduced in Lightroom for mobile 6.0 (October 2020 release)
Tap the Community icon at the bottom of the screen.
Tap the For you tab to see inspirational edits. you can also scroll down to find Featured, Trending, and Get inspired posts.
Select an inspirational edit to view it.
If you like a photographer's work, you can follow their work.
You can navigate the post you like, tap the author's name, and then tap Follow. In Community, you can see the edits from the people you follow in the Following tab.Note:
The photographers that you follow can be viewed by other Lightroom users.
Share your edits
Introduced in Lightroom for mobile 5.3 (June 2020 release)
You can share your photos along with their edits to the Community section to inspire and connect with other Lightroom users. You can also allow your edits to be saved as preset by other users.
To share your edits:
Select a photo whose edit you want to share with other users.
Tap the Share icon in the upper-right corner and select Post to Community.
In the Share Edit dialog box, enter the following details:
Enter the title for your edit.
Enter the description that best describes your edit.
Select at least one category to help get your post easily discovered by users. You can select up tp three categories.
Select Enable Save as Preset to allow other users to save your edits as preset. This option is enabled by default. Select Include location Info to share your location info along with the edits.
Select Allow remixing to let other Lightroom users Remix your photo.
Displays your profile name. To change your name in copyright, edit your name in your profile.
Tap theicon. A shareable link is displayed that you can copy and share with others.
You can view and edit the details of your shared edits in the Edits tab of your profile.
The likes you receive on your shared edits are private to you and will not be visible to others.
Find Remixes and posts from author's profiles
When you select an author's profile in Lightroom, you can view their Edits, Remixes, Followers, and who they are Following, all in one place.
Find edits that the author has created.
View the Remixes created by the author.
View details about the author.
Find users whom the author is following.
Find who all are following the author.Note:
The options will change depending on the author. For instance, if an author has not shared any Remix photo, you'll not see the Remixes tab in their profile.