Spent todays session (2 hours) doing only tablet edits. Still getting it down but twice as much work done as usual. I'm in this thing for life now.
|POLL: "Do you use a tablet?"|
Joined Aug 2009
Joined Apr 2012
I have an Intuos 5 Medium. Won't edit without it
5D Mark III / 70-200 2.8L IS II / 24-105L / 50 1.8 stm / Tamron 70-300 VC / Sigma 85mm 1.4 Art
Joined Sep 2008
Location: Rockledge, FL
Hunt's Photo & Video is doing a free webinar on this Thursday, 9/12 along with Wacom using tablets with Photoshop:
Canon: 7D (2, 1 gripped), 50D gripped, 500 f/4L IS, 100-400 L IS, 70-200 f/4L IS, 28-135 IS, 10-22, 15-85 IS, 1.4x II, 580EX
Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #16281120
I voted 'no' as I don't have an iPad or other tablet like it, then read you mean a Graphics tablet. I have one of those so I would like to change my vote to 'yes'. I have a Wacom Intuos Medium but don't use it much though.
I voted yes because I do have a tablet, but then realised op meant a graphics tablet which I don't have.
Levinade RuijterLevina de Ruijter
I'm a bloody goody two-shoes!
Gallery: 326 photos
Best ofs: 10
Joined Sep 2008
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, EU
Yes - got a Bamboo Capture last year and it's a complete game-changer. Took me a couple of weeks of light use to get really comfy with it. The only thing I still have a hard time with is "clicking" by tapping the stylus point on the pad - it always seems to do a drag n' slide because it's so sensitive. I'll often unintentionally move layers around and adjust things I didn't mean to. Anyone else have this issue?
Canon eos7D | Canon 50mm 1.4 | Canon 17-55mm 2.8 | Sigma 70-200mm 2.8 | Yongnuo 565ex | Yongnuo yn-468 II | Canon ef28-135mm 3.5/5.6 | Canon ef-s 55-250mm 4.0/5.6
Joined Oct 2010
Intuos 3 since 2005 or 2006. Can't work without it.
Joined Jan 2011
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Sep 10, 2013 17:04 as a reply to @ hihohito's post |
Basic Bamboo user. Have had mine for several years. I wouldnt use masks in PS without it!
Joined Dec 2010
I took the cheap route, just to try it out and see if I like it. VisTablet PenPad, 6x4.5" active area, very thin and bendable (can go into a soft sleeve with a laptop). Under US$40. I like it a lot, but I would not use it for anything that doesn't have an "undo" function, because it doesn't take much to "tap" when you didn't mean to.