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Speed up your editing with Logitech MX Master - Workflow Wednesday Episode 1

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Photography Gear Chat Group: http://bit.ly/2qB3de5 My Gear Bag: https://amzn.to/2qsnVeX Follow me on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2sj7Lsq The Logitech MX Master is an exceptional workflow tool for professional photographers offering speed, accuracy, and customization to speed through the most commonly used functions in any software. I love the MX master, but there are plenty of other mice that this applies to, offering advanced customization. The idea is to use the mouse as a tool for improving the speed of your workflow and getting you back behind the camera faster. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
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1994savvas (3 months ago)
It's amazing what you can do with programmable buttons. There's so many available options and ideas, that you really have to test and see what's best for your workflow. I mean, it can change your workflow so much, that you need to train in one set of settings before you know if you like it compared to another set!
Alex Rus (3 months ago)
Thank you for this video. It helped a lot. But just imagine how cool it would be to be able to interact with all the develp sliders while hovering over them and using the horizontal wheel. If someone finds a hack, please let me know :)
Alex Rus (3 months ago)
Let's try and push that to Adobe. Maybe they'll like it
Robert Hall Photography (3 months ago)
That's still my dream. Even keyboard shortcut for hover + scroll wheel. Ridiculous that it's not built in natively.
Mok jc (5 months ago)
Thanks for your quick and informatic video! I definitely will get one of this mouse!
Michał Schabowski (8 months ago)
Robert, how to set size and hardnes of brush? i tried few combinations but i canot deal with it. thx.
Assaf grinwald (1 year ago)
Amazing how simply someone finally explains the subject
Chris J. Tow (2 years ago)
Thanks for your video Robert. I found it helpful to watch how you use your MX Master mouse. How have you configured your scroll wheel. I'd love to use the scroll wheel to zoom in and out of a photo in Lightroom, but it doesn't seem possible.
+Chris J. No unfortunately Lightroom doesn't have any form of scrolling, but instead fixed increments. I'm pretty sure that is done because it allows them to create better previews. If they had previews set up for every possible size representation of the image, you could imagine how taxing that would be on the system. It would be like having thousands of photos open in photoshop!
Rafa R (2 years ago)
pretty cool. looking forward to the next video.
Juraj Hatina (2 years ago)
Thanks for the review but I think that for photography a Wacom tablet is hard to beat IF you get used to it😉The mouse looks sick btw👍
JMGant Photography (2 years ago)
Funny enough I just sold my Intuos Pro and picked up this mouse. I think the tablet is great for Ps, but if you do the vast majority of your work in Lr, the the mouse is a better option.
+Juraj Hatina (Youreye Photo) I have a wacom too and it does nothing for me in the cull department, or in premiere pro. Brushing/ retouching-absolutely but otherwise the mouse offers way more speed. Especially dialing in adjustments in Lightroom.
wjfmarketing (2 years ago)
Great video... Thanks for putting these out.

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