Loupedeck+, a hardware console for editing photos in Lightroom, now works with Photoshop’s Adobe Camera Raw tool, too.
Along with developments like getting a Lightroom editing tablet through the iPad Sidecar feature, the Loupedeck+ console is a sign that traditional personal computers still have some serious abilities mobile devices can’t match.
The Loupedeck+ editing console brings physical controls to Adobe Lightroom and now Photoshop, too.
Supporting Photoshop’s raw tool is a useful expansion of the Loupedeck+ console’s abilities — something that could appeal to the large number of people who are deeply lodged in the world of Adobe’s Creative Cloud software.
As for Lightroom, the Loupedeck+ console requires Adobe’s older-lineage Lightroom Classic and doesn’t work with the newer Lightroom that more closely matches Adobe’s mobile Lightroom versions.
It’s a very close cousin to Lightroom in terms of its abilities, but photographers can use it as part of a very different workflow: importing photos into Photoshop for heavy-duty editing.
Photo editors will be able to get more use out of the $250 USB accessory.https://t.co/rUJJ9Hgzpj— CNET News (@CNETNews) June 26, 2019