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dwdallam
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« Reply #20 on: June 13, 2008, 04:51:32 AM »
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I went through today and learned the tablet I received a few days ago, since I have some editing coming up. WOW. This is probably my best investment overall, meaning saving my arm from RS. This is a wonderful tool and it is a tool, not a toy. I didn't even realize I was avoiding editing because my arm was hurting. Very nice.

For anyone thinking about buying one for whatever reason--do it. You will not regret it. It's fast too. You can make selections with the free form selection tools very precise and fast.
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« Reply #21 on: June 13, 2008, 07:03:50 AM »
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I went through today and learned the tablet I received a few days ago, since I have some editing coming up. WOW. This is probably my best investment overall, meaning saving my arm from RS. This is a wonderful tool and it is a tool, not a toy. I didn't even realize I was avoiding editing because my arm was hurting. Very nice.

For anyone thinking about buying one for whatever reason--do it. You will not regret it. It's fast too. You can make selections with the free form selection tools very precise and fast.
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Terrific, aren't they?!?   I have used an Intuos for years--on my second one as my first was serial and drivers weren't available anymore.  I just bought a small Wacom Bamboo Fun  for my laptop also where I don't even do any photographic work (well I may fiddle around a bit when traveling) just for the ergonomics over a mouse.  I had/have an old Graphire that I used to use on location but gave that to my spouse a few years ago and he wouldn't part with it---and he tried a large number of mouses (mice?? LOL)--balls, etc.  

Then--for editing, I can't imagine not using one.  They make a huge difference in what you can do precisely.

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« Reply #22 on: June 13, 2008, 08:58:56 AM »
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I have been scanning in a bunch of old lantern slides of Yellowstone (taken around 1900) and they need serious retouching! The tablet has been a lifesaver for me!!! The ability to litely touch a spot and poof, it's gone is great.  I'd be a hand cripple by now if not for the Wacom tablet.
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