Adobe Lightroom uses AI to edit your photos like a pro

Remigio Civitarese
Dicembre 13, 2017

Version 3.1.0 of Lightroom CC for iPad and iPhone both include intelligent new auto settings powered by Adobe's machine learning technology, Sensei. According to Adobe, the Auto Settings mode should now create better photos by analyzing an image and comparing it to tens of thousands of professionally edited photos to create a handsome, pleasing image.

Lightroom's iOS apps have also gained support for adding watermarks on export, and the iPhone version has received a quality boost for HDR capture. When you tap "Auto" now, you should get a "better photo", thanks to an analysis that compares "thousands of professionally edited photos" in order to get you results. If you're using an Android phone as your daily driver, Lightroom has brought some nifty features for you.

Lightroom CC for iPad and iPhone are available for free in the App Store, and Photoshop Lightroom CC on the desktop is part of Adobe's Creative Cloud Photography plan, starting at $9.99/month. Full release notes are below.

For the new Auto tool, Adobe says they "completely reworked" it using their Adobe Sensei AI platform. Computer users now have considerably better tone control, including Tone Curve (to fine-tune the tonality and contrast) and Split Toning (to achieve artistic effects, such as sepia).

In October, Adobe revealed a big redesign to Lightroom that allows users to edit photos in near real time across multiple devices.

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