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A Hidden ‘Lightroom Mobile’ Tip For Getting Finer Adjustments

This is one of those tips that if someone didn’t tell you, you’d probably never know it was there. This come me to Lightroom Product Manager Josh Haftel via my buddy, and Adobe’s own Worldwide Evangelist, Mr. Terry White (thank you, guys), who were cool enough to tell me, so I could tell you. NOTE: This only works on Lightroom Mobile for the iPhone (it doesn’t work on the iPad version, yet, which hasn’t been updated to this new interface). 

Here ya go (the whole thing’s only 90-seconds):

That’s it for today. Hey, have you made your plans to come to Orlando this April? You can spend three full days learning Lightroom inside and out? I’m teaching there. So is Matt. And Serge Ramelli, and all the best Lightroom instructors — come on out: Photoshop World 2017 Conference (April 20-22, 2017) — you’ll absolutely love it.

Have a great weekend everybody. 🙂



P.S. I’m shooting the NFC Championship Game this weekend up in Atlanta — Falcons vs. Packers. Should be an amazing game — can’t wait (#Riseup! #GoFalcons). 



  1. Art hackett 7 March, 2017 at 17:55 Reply

    Thanks Scott, for this and all your other great info. I was sure this was going to be the standard iOS fine adjustment feature where you drag away from the slider to adjust the rate of change, like on video or audio scrub bars, but this is better since its repeatable steps, just like in quick develop on the desktop.

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