Lost among the details of Adobe’s big Creative Cloud update yesterday was a new Technology Preview for Lightroom Mobile on iOS that demonstrates new technology that can simulate the effect of long exposures in your images without the need for a tripod.

The technology is a workaround for iPhones and iPads, which are limited to maximum shutter speeds of 1/4sec.

How it works is, the feature instructs your iPhone or iPad to capture a short burst of images either as JPEGs or DNG files. Using AI, it then analyses the images and merges them together into one image that simulates a long exposure effect.

The technology isn’t yet ready to roll out, but Adobe has enabled the Preview in order to get feedback from photographers.

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Lightroom Mobile will soon be able simulate long exposures
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Lightroom Mobile will soon be able simulate long exposures
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Lost among the details of Adobe’s big Creative Cloud update yesterday was a new Technology Preview for Lightroom Mobile on iOS that demonstrates new technology that can simulate the effect of long exposures in your images without the need for a tripod.
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