Hi gang, and happy Monday everybody.
Below is a short (5 minute) really fascinating discussion from last week’s episode of “The Grid” (my weekly photography talk show) with my in-studio guest, Lightroom Mobile Product Manager Josh Haftel.
I pulled out this little segment because he talks about what you’re actually editing when you send a RAW file from Lightroom desktop over to Lightroom Mobile, and I think his answer will surprise (and even shock) a lot of people. Plus, he uses a term to describe the file that I haven’t heard used before, and but once he said it, it totally makes sense. Give it a quick look:
I know this clip will be really eye-opening or a lot of folks, and give a lot of photographers a sense of relief and calm over the whole mobile editing idea in Lightroom Mobile.
Okey, Dokey — hope you found that helpful, and we’ll catch you here tomorrow.
P.S. Are you joining me at Photoshop World in Vegas next month? Ya know, you oughta.
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