When you are looking at thousands of photos after a long day of shooting, especially from a wedding, having an ergonomically designed console can make the process faster and more comfortable. You are in luck, because editing photos in Lightroom just got so much faster with the Loupedeck Editing Console, now in stock here at B&H. Designed and dedicated specifically to Adobe’s Photoshop Lightroom software, the keyboard-like Loupedeck provides precise tactile controls over nearly every aspect of your workflow. This means you can move quickly from selecting photos and adding various star ratings at the press of the button to applying major edits to exposure, contrast, white balance, and much, much more using clearly labeled dials. Following this, there are multiple wheels that provide more precise control to help add finishing touches, and custom buttons that can put your more personalized editing flourishes right at your fingertips.
For most dedicated Lightroom users, the Loupdeck is almost a must-buy. Are you going to get the Loupedeck? What do you think about having a dedicated tool for photo editing? Let us know, below, in the Comments section.
I'd like to see a video demo done on this item.
Me too :)
If this had support for Capture One I would buy it in an instant. I'd love to see what they do with this over the coming months...
Does it ONLY work with Lightroom? Or would it work with Photoshop/Bridge, as well?
They have specified that it is only for Lightroom 6 and CC.
This tool would be great for NLE like Adobe Premier and Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 12.5. If there was support for BlackMagic DaVinci Resolve 12.5, I will buy this product.
While this isn't going to be the right tool for an NLE, there are other similar options for color grading and editing. Options such as the Tangent Ripple or Palette are more programmable and can be set up for an NLE.