Lightroom is the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s official photo-editing software
If there’s one thing to say about the just-announced Galaxy S23 Ultra, it’s that it has an intimidating camera array. To pair with the 200MP sensor, Samsung is bringing Adobe Lightroom to the Galaxy S23 Ultra as its one and only native photo editing tool.
Starting at $1,199, the Galaxy S23 Ultra should be the best of the best. With a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 built specifically for Galaxy devices, the S23 Ultra doesn’t shy away from processing power; where the new device shines in this respect is in the camera.
The S23 Ultra packs a 200MP main sensor, which uses pixel binning and other tricks to bring light and dark photos to life. Along with that, there’s also a 12MP ultrawide camera and two 10MP sensors with 3x and 10x telephoto lenses. With all those sensors – and especially the 200MP main sensor – there’s plenty of room to really take pictures.
While Samsung relies on Galaxy S23 Ultra users to take the extra steps to take professional-level photos, there is an inherent need for photo-editing software that goes beyond basic tools. To fill that spot, Samsung is teaming up with Adobe and bringing Lightroom into play as the photo editing option available natively on board the S23 Ultra.
In addition to the Expert RAW app, users can control the pro camera settings of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. Users can tweak the ISO, aperture settings, and shutter speed just like one would on a mirrorless or DSLR camera. Once a photo is taken, those photos can be edited in Adobe’s Lightroom app, which is now the default photo editor on the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Adobe Lightroom is a fantastic tool no matter where you use it. Although it takes PC form, the mobile version of the app is fully capable of transforming your photos into whatever you want them to be. Those RAW images taken with the 200MP camera will find a fantastic home in Lightroom for the S23 Ultra.
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