Anybody getting super-serious about their iPhone photography will be happy to hear that Adobe Lightroom now has dedicated lens profiles for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The 5.7 update to Lightroom includes a bunch of other lens profiles from Sony, Nikon, and Canon, but you won't find any other smartphones on that list.
Lightroom has included lens profiles for other iPhones in the past, including the 5s and the 5c. These profiles recognize natural lens aberrations, and offers super-subtle corrections to counteract them.
How many of you guys use Lightroom regularly? Do you tend to touch up your shots in Photoshop at all?
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Hi, Simon--Thanks, glad to hear about this. I edit my photos in Lightroom, and I really like how it brings out latent qualities in RAW originals. I still use Photoshop for the healing brush, the one in LR is goofy.
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