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 get hands-on experience learning how to make your photos look their best with a robust collection of interactive tutorials. 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.
Interactive tutorials provide a free and easy way to learn a wide variety of editing techniques while working within the app. You can access tutorials from a range of professional photographers and photo educators, and apply the edits, step-by-step, right within Lightroom mobile. To access interactive tutorials, do the following:
Follow the tutorial with a sample photo provided within Lightroom mobile. You can press and hold the screen anytime during the tutorial to view the before and after edits in the photo.
Starting from Lightroom for mobile (iOS) version 5.2.3, you can go back and retry steps that were previously done.
Once you have completed all the steps of the tutorial, the following message is displayed. You can also rate your experience with the tutorial.
Discover inspirational photos by fellow photography members, browse through different categories of photos, and tap them 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:
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:
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 the Discover section, scroll through the end of the Edits drop-down menu, and tap the Save As Preset button.
You can share your photos along with their edits to the Discover 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 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.
Displays your profile name. To change your name in copyright, edit your name in your profile.
The likes you receive on your shared edits are private to you and will not be visible to others.
Starting from Lightroom for mobile version 5.0, view profiles of authors who create interactive tutorials and Discover posts. From each of the author profiles, you can find a collated list of their tutorials and posts and also learn more about them.