Video: How to edit photos in Lightroom with a PlayStation controller
Industrious photographer Ben Stewart has demonstrated an excellent way to edit photos in Adobe Lightroom: using a PS3 or PS4 wireless controller. The process, which Stewart explains in the video above, enables Lightroom users to quickly scroll through photos, select tools, and make image adjustments without ever touching their keyboard or mouse.
It quite literally turns curating and editing large photo shoots into a game, and once you get the hang of it, the technique has the potential to seriously speed up your workflow.
Stewart recently demo'd editing an image using a PS3 controller, which had been mapped to various Lightroom shortcuts, and he walks others through the process of setting up their own wireless controller system n the video. His process involves two pieces of software for Windows PCs, SCPToolkit and JoyToKey, though macOS users will need to use an alternative mapping application such as Joystick Mapper. And if, for some reason, you're not a big fan of PlayStation, you can use wireless controllers from other companies as well.
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CIPA's April 2020 numbers reveal shipments of both DSLR and mirrorless cameras are down 60.8% and 67%, respectively, compared to April 2019.
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Business Korea says Samsung is converting one of its DRAM production facilities into an image sensor production line, to the tune of roughly $815M.
Ever since we published our full X-T4 review last week, we just can't seem to put the camera down. It really is that nice to use. As for the image quality, we'll just let you be the judge of that!
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The teaser doesn't share much information but based on the visuals provided, it appears to be a mid-range zoom roughly the same size as its 28-75mm F2.8 lens.
In early March, it was reported the ITC ruled in Autel's favor over a long-standing patent battle. DJI, and its legal team, have issued a response declaring victory on their end.
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Check out our first sample gallery from the Sony ZV-1, shot by our team at DPReview TV. Their full review of the ZV-1 is coming to a YouTube channel near you soon!
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A month after releasing the EOS Webcam Utility Beta for Windows, Canon has announced it is now available to download for macOS.
The new structure pays a percentage of the sale price based on the level the contributor is at—a level that's based on the number of sales made, with that count resetting on the first day of the year.
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We got a chance to handle the Sony ZV-1 to take a look at its vlogger-focused features and see how it differs from the RX100-series compacts.
Sony just announced the ZV-1, a modified version of the RX100 series aimed specifically at vloggers. We take a look at six important features you may have missed from the announcement.
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