Disclaimer: I haven't tried this myself as yet - not a Mobile user.
Any other solutions to get to a full mobile RAW workflow and finally use that airport waiting time productively?
You could maybe shoot Raw+JPG, bring just the JPGs into LR Mobile on the tablet, keyword and rough adjust / crop / whatever there. Then, once back at base, import the Raw files from camera card alongside those JPGs - and then use the Syncomatic plugin to transfer metadata / settings between the members of each pairing. Inevitable processing differences of JPG vs Raw will require some more work - but it ought to be a good start.
Interesting, hadn't seen this yet, thanks. Certainly beats manually syncing settings from JPGs to RAWs in LR.
However, still an incomplete solution, especially since it doesn't seem to support syncing crop/rotation-settings (according to the FAQs). Converting to DNG at import and working on the raw format directly would clearly be much better...
Converting to DNG at import and working on the raw format directly would clearly be much better...
Shooting native DNG happens not to be a problem, in my own case... maybe I'll give that a try this evening - I can borrow an IPad.
I hadn't realised that syncing crops might be a problem with Syncomatic. Nothing is ever straightforward, it seems... (grin)