Lightroom Mobile v6.0 Top new features + APK

October 2020 release: Desktop version 4.0, iOS version 6.0, Android version 6.0

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olor Grading for more control

New in Lightroom desktop and mobile

Lightroom now offers a robust color grading tool–three-way color wheels–which provides powerful color controls for shadows, midtones, and highlights at the same time. You can also adjust the overall color of your image using the Global control. Color Grading replaces Split Toning and provides more control to adjust colors in your image. Take your images to new creative heights by adjusting the color wheels in any combination to create subtle, vivid, complementary, or contrasting looks.

  1. In Lightroom desktop, import and open a photo in Detail view and click the Edit icon in the right panel.If you’re using Lightroom for iOS or Android, click the links below:
  2. Scroll to the Color panel and locate the Color Grading section.
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  1. The Color Grading sliders in the Color panel
  2. You’ll notice that there are three color wheels – one of each for shadows, midtones, and highlights. You can also click the color wheel icons in the top row to view them individually. Move the desired slider to change the color tint. You can also adjust the Luminance slider that is present below each color wheel to adjust the luminance of the respective color tints.
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  1. Click these icons (from left to right) to access a full scale slider to adjust shadows, midtones, and highlights, respectively.Note:A dot indicator is displayed against the color wheels if the respective color wheel has edits. 
  2. Adjust the Blending slider to set the degree of overlap between shadows and highlights. Drag the slider towards the right to maximize the overlap and drag it to the left to minimize the overlap. Set the Balance slider to balance the effects between shadows, midtones, and highlights. You can also use the Balance slider to control the amount of shadows and highlights. Values greater than 0 will increase the effect of highlights and values less than 0 will increase the effect of the shadows.Note:The Color Grading panel replaces the Split Toning panel. To replicate the effect of Split Toning, simply set the Blending slider to 100 and adjust Shadows and Highlights.
  3. The last color wheel icon in the top row allows you to access the Global color wheel slider. This slider lets you change the overall color of the photo without affecting your previous color adjustments for shadows, midtones, or highlights.
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  • The Global slider to help adjust the overall colors in your photo.

To learn more, check out Adjust colors of midtones, shadows, and highlights in Lightroom desktop.

Add graphical and signature watermarks

New in Lightroom desktop and mobile

Easily add custom graphical watermarks and signatures to your photos by following these quick steps:

  1. In Lightroom desktop, select a photo and click the Share icon.If you’re using Lightroom for mobile, click the following links:
  2. In the Share menu, select Custom Settings.
  3. In the Export screen, select Include Watermark and click the gear icon next to it.
  4. Click the Graphic tab to view your graphical watermark settings. The Graphic watermark settings in Lightroom desktop.
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  1. Click the folders icon to upload a PNG or JPG file. If you would like a transparent background, be sure to use a PNG with a transparency setting. Rotate, adjust size, opacity, and position of your graphical watermark.
  2. Click Done and export your photo. Your watermark settings sync across the mobile platforms of Lightroom. 

Download here: iOSAndroidAPK file (for android)

Read more here: Learn what’s new in the latest release of Lightroom desktop and Lightroom for mobile.