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Am considering a tablet for basic editing while on the road, lightroom/ps. Downloading to portable storage if I have too- But all the hard work when I get back- I don't usually shoot tons of images and for now about 24mb raw files Uploading to Alamy would be useful but not essential Usual email, blog & social media updating I have read the usual reviews and the top end is obvious but what more reasonably priced ones could I manage to work with? Thank you
I'm planning to purchase one of these. Reviews are favourable and just wondered if any member on here have any experience of this model. I know there are larger models but my budget will only stretch to this one plus I have very limited desk room. The use will be mainly Photoshop image Editing. John
Hi At long last, I have decided to purchase a Wacom Graphic Tablet, mainly for selection works in PS. From experienced users, I would like some advice as to which size is better. I read it (I think in one of PS books) that it's easier to work with smaller ones as you don't have to move the pen around so much, which makes sense. Which would you recommend, A5 or A6 (effective area, not the actual overall size)? Thanks in advance. Sung
Hi, Just wondering if any of you use a Wacom pen and tablet in Photoshop to do your PP for images. The reason I ask is that I am getting quite wobbly with the mouse now, and looking for something more accurate. I was looking at the Wacom Cintiq 13HD, a bit expensive !!!! $1075 AUD