A new hardware control interface hit the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform this week, called Loupedeck it has been designed to provide more control for Adobe Lightroom users.

It is compatible with both macOS systems and with Windows and offers an ergonomic alternative to editing photos with a mouse and keyboard, in favor of a series of buttons and knobs that will replace shortcuts and other controls.

There are a series of eight hardware sliders on Loupedeck that will allow you to individually control things like hue, saturation, and luminance via eight hardware sliders, as well as a number of dedicated dials to adjust white balance, exposure, saturation, and more, with buttons for quick access to keyboard shortcuts such as zoom and copy and paste, and finally a large control wheel that allows for the rotating of a picture, as well as easy access to fine horizon adjustments.

Currently, this project is looking for funding on Indiegogo, but if it is successful it will ship December. You can take a quick look at it via the video below and you can find out more at the source link below that, where you can also back the project.

Source: Indiegogo

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