Using Lightroom and Photoshop Together on the iPad
Lightroom or Lightroom Classic on the desktop is often all you need to edit photos, but occasionally you may run into a situation that demands a little more. That’s when you turn to the handy Edit in Photoshop command, which spirits the image off for more advanced processing, then returns the results to your Lightroom library.
But what about the iPad? With the Lightroom for iPad and Photoshop for iPad apps, you get many of the same advantages when you’re away from the computer, turning to Photoshop for some edits that need more than what Lightroom can handle, like making repairs, removing backgrounds, taking advantage of layers, and adding text. Here’s how to make the two apps work well together.. . . .
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