You’ll be glad to hear this if you use Google’s mid-range Pixel phones with Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom software from Adobe now supports RAW images taken with the Pixel 4a, 5a, and 6a.
Most of the users won’t be shooting in the RAW whereas others will be doing it. In simple words, if you edit images frequently, and want to get the best, then capturing images in RAW format is the best approach. One of the best options for editing in Adobe Lightroom. Now Adobe Lightroom has extended its support for the above-mentioned devices. This addition is part of the April 2023 update. The Adobe Camera Raw extension is now supported on Pixel 4a, 5a, and 6a. Well, this is quite something surprising from Adobe. As it targets high-end smartphones. The reason could be better cameras. The Pixel series smartphones by Google also come with some good camera specs.
Whether a user uses PC, Mac, or smartphone to edit the images, the camera matching profile is not available for any of the three devices. The same is the case with the ‘Lens Correction’ profiles for wider FoV lenses. Where ultrawide cameras are supported in general. The same case is for front-facing cameras. In order to benefit from this feature, make sure your device has Adobe Camera Raw version 15.3. Make sure to install Lightroom 6.3 and/or Lightroom Classic 12.3.
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