This week, the brand new Vision Pro by Apple has been released to the public. This spatial computing device is clearly a massive talking point around the world already, but what is it like to use for editing photos?
If you are familiar with Lightroom, you will not have any issues using the app, but the main differences here are you can use your hands and eye tracking to move the sliders. Even adding a gradient is as simple as using your fingers in the air so the sensors in the Vision Pro see your hands and then dragging down to apply.
The Lightroom app is not fully responsive on the Vision Pro; it is a lot slower than using a mouse or an iPad, but that is one thing I expected anyway at this early stage.
One benefit of the device is being able to edit in full privacy wherever you are. Whether you are on a plane, train, or in a coffee shop, no one else can see your screen. However, you will get some funny looks swinging your hands around and making little pinch gestures with your fingers!
Have you purchased the Apple Vision Pro yet and tried Lightroom? What are you impressed with or not impressed with? Let us know in the comments below.