Last October, when we got our hands on the new iPad Pro for the first time, it looked a mile away: although this tablet is supposedly designed for professionals, you can not do anything as simple as taking photos right in Adobe to import light space CC.
That was still true when Nilay reviewed the tablet in November, but Apple said a workaround was imminent – a Siri shortcut that automatically imports photos from the camera roll into Lightroom and then deletes them from the camera roll Two months ago later it seems that the shortcut for both the iPad and the iPhone with an update for the Lightroom app exists:
Only the original photos are not really deleted from the camera roll after the import , You'll need to set this up yourself by creating a sequence of Siri shortcuts. "It's really crazy that a photo in Lightroom needs to be imported on a $ 1,000 tablet to write a macro," Nilay told me a few minutes ago in Slack.
He also says that you can not specify whether you want it You only want to import RAWs or JPEGs, and Lightroom can not apply a custom, user-created preset to each photo – just the default settings.
It's a start.