Often when editing in Lightroom or Photoshop I would love to have more precise manual control over my edits. Using a Wacom tablet in the past has usually satisfied this need, but yesterday I stumbled upon a new product called Palette, a module system of buttons, sliders, and dials that links together magnetically to allow users to create assignable functions within their image-editing programs.
The Palette is tightly integrated into Lightroom with 200 assignable functions, giving you granular control over edits on a Mac, Windows, or Linux computer. Palette was a Kickstarter project that was successfully crowdfunded in 2013, and is now ready to go to market this summer.
The Palette comes in various kits options that runs from $119 up to $649 for a professional kit with more button, dials, and sliders. The Palette isn’t only built for Lightroom, it can be integrated with most software programs including Photoshop, and is also used for everything from video editing to music production.
You can preorder them on www.palettegear.com, and receive it sometime this Summer. I definitely look forward to using one.