Color Curves are located within the Tone Curve Panel in the Develop Module in Lightroom. The Tone Curve is one of Lightroom’s more powerful panels and it represents all the tones of your image. The bottom of the Tone Curve is the Tone axis that represents the Shadows on the left and Highlights on the right.
How do I adjust the CURVE in Lightroom mobile?
Tap on an image to open it in Loupe view, and then tap on the Edit icon in the Action options at the bottom of the screen. When the adjustment tiles appear, tap on the shutter icon on the far left of the tiles and, from the Adjust pop-up menu, tap on Tone Curve (as seen in the overlay here).
Is Lightroom Classic better than CC?
Lightroom CC is ideal for photographers that want to edit anywhere and has up to 1TB of storage to back up original files, as well as the edits. … Lightroom Classic, however, is still the best when it comes to features. Lightroom Classic also offers more customization for import and export settings.