Photographer Tom Landskron had recently contacted us with a great tip for using our Keyboard Tamer plugin along with an iPhone to give an extra “keyboard” with access to the develop sliders. Here are the gritty details:
- Lightroom 3 on a Mac.
- Our Keyboard Tamer plugin.
- The Keymote application installed on the iPhone.
- A WiFi connection between the Mac and the iPhone.
How to do it:
- Install Keyboard Tamer and define 16 keyboard shortcuts for the sliders that you wish to control.
- Start the Keymote application, create a new keyset and call it “Lightroom”. Tom uses the following:
- Add the 16 keyboard shortcuts to the keyset and name them according to their function (e.g. Blacks +5).
- On the Mac download and run the Keymote receiver.
- On the iPhone, go to Keymote’s settings and setup a new connection with your Mac.
Congratulations – you are now ready to control Lightroom’s development sliders with the iPhone!!!!