When I originally processed a photo of this scene, it instantly became a personal favorite of mine. Everything I had been practicing in photography to that point seemed to come together. Decent composition. Though I know that this can be composed better. At least now that I look at it. My ability to process my RAW files. But the most important thing of all that makes this a personal favorite is the memory it represents. That being said, I wanted to process another RAW from that day. Not just to enjoy the memory of that day again. But mostly because I’ve been processing images using Lightroom Mobile on my iPad Pro lately. Almost exclusively in fact. I’ve been enjoying trying to see if there are limitations that will prevent me from processing an image. So far there hasn’t been anything that would make me displeased with the result. This RAW file is actually the darker exposure of a 3 shot bracketed image. I was able to bring up the shadows and balance the exposure with this one image. I supposed that’s a testament to both the Sony sensor, Lightroom and the iPad. Perhaps later on I’ll share the before and after. But if this result looks good to you then I encourage you to give mobile processing a try. It’s made a ton of improvement over the past several years and this is just one example of that.