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which apps for mobile workflow

Explorer ,
May 14, 2018

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I've got a new iPad Pro and want to use it for most of my photo processing, but am confused about a workflow for the apps.

I've used Mix, Fix but together they're still not enough; do I need to add Lightroom CC and/or Express? Assuming I want to work with layers, what would be the best workflow?  RAW > LR CC  > Mix > Express  ?

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which apps for mobile workflow

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I've got a new iPad Pro and want to use it for most of my photo processing, but am confused about a workflow for the apps.

I've used Mix, Fix but together they're still not enough; do I need to add Lightroom CC and/or Express? Assuming I want to work with layers, what would be the best workflow?  RAW > LR CC  > Mix > Express  ?

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LEGEND ,
Jul 10, 2018

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I guess it really depends on what kind of edits you are making. In most cases I rarely need to use anything but Lightroom Mobile. If I am doing some compositing where I need multiple layers I'll bring it into SuperimposeX.

I have also started using Affinity's Photo for compositing on the iPad Pro. I don't think Adobe has anything that compares to it at this point for compositing on a device.

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