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Appearing on photography web show The Grid, Adobe's group product manager Tom Hogarty has shown off a prototype version of Lightroom running on iOS, offering a true professional editing on the iPad.
Adobe's first major RAW-oriented photography workflow app is set to hit the shelves on February 19 for $299 and is already available for pre-ordering. A free trial will be available on that day along with...