HDR with Lightroom Mobile (Android) using imported Photos Pls help!

Apr 26, 2017

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Hi there, I am trialling Lightroom Mobile on Android - mainly to see if I can do my HDR processing on a phone.  I have successfully imported 3 Raw HDR photos (from a Nikon) - but I can't see any option for HDR merging of these.  Is that because there is no such feature, or perhaps the trial version doesn't have that feature?  If it is there, where do I look?

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Matt Balogh

Hi MattBalogh

There's a feature is to capture raw images in HDR mode, refer: Lr Mobile Update: Raw HDR capture mode for iOS and Android

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Mohit

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HDR with Lightroom Mobile (Android) using imported Photos Pls help!

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Hi there, I am trialling Lightroom Mobile on Android - mainly to see if I can do my HDR processing on a phone.  I have successfully imported 3 Raw HDR photos (from a Nikon) - but I can't see any option for HDR merging of these.  Is that because there is no such feature, or perhaps the trial version doesn't have that feature?  If it is there, where do I look?

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Matt Balogh

Hi MattBalogh

There's a feature is to capture raw images in HDR mode, refer: Lr Mobile Update: Raw HDR capture mode for iOS and Android

Regards,

Mohit

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Hi MattBalogh

There's a feature is to capture raw images in HDR mode, refer: Lr Mobile Update: Raw HDR capture mode for iOS and Android

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Hi there, sorry to be following this up so many month later. 

I am afraid you have mis-understood my question.  The photos have been taken on a Nikon camera.  Can I merge 3 HDR photos in Lightroom mobile, that are imported in raw from a Nikon camera, not taken on the mobile phone?  And if so how is this done?  I have studied LR Mobile closely, and I cannot see how to do this.  Possibly it is because I have a Samsung 5, which is not supported for HDR photography - but... the photos are not from the mobile, they have already been taken on another camera.  does this make sense?

Regards Matt Balogh

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I've downloaded Lightroom in my Samsung Note 10 with the same purpose. But, as I researched and fiddled with the app, I discovered that there's no such function in the mobile app. I'm very disappointed because this is a basic function for this kind of software. For now, I'm merging my bracketed photos on my computer. 

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Hi, Marcio have you looked at the article provided in the very first response in the thread?
If you are not referring to that feature then it's best you start a new thread in the forum i.e Lightroom forum for mobile devices, this is the Lightroom Classic forum.

 

Regards, Denis: System iMac mid-2015, 5K 27”, Ram 24GB, HDD 3TB, macOS 11.1, LrC 10.1 (>10.0), Lr 4.1, Ps 22.1, Pr 14.8.0; Camera OM-D E-M1.

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