pen for lightroom


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i was wondering if a bamboo tablet would help in editing in lightroom, with brushes.

-zooming and dragging photo while brushing with pen?
-is there lag while using pen? is it fluid? is it accurate?
-does the pen has palm rejection?
-any problems with using the pen?
-which bamboo pens is most suitable for editing?

thanks.
 

catchlights

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#2
base on my experience,

lightroom no, cause I hardly do any free hand stuffs.

photoshop yes, cause lots of free hand stuffs I do in photoshop

but basically, that depends on what function and tools you using most.
 

kandinsky

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i was wondering if a bamboo tablet would help in editing in lightroom, with brushes.

-zooming and dragging photo while brushing with pen?
-is there lag while using pen? is it fluid? is it accurate?
-does the pen has palm rejection?
-any problems with using the pen?
-which bamboo pens is most suitable for editing?

thanks.
Like catchlights, I use a wacom tablet mainly with PS.

- Not sure what you're asking.
- No. It functions just like a mouse, if it doesn't lag with a mouse, it won't lag with the stylus. Accuracy - depends. For highest levels of pressure sensitivity and resolution - check out the higher end Intuos range.
- The tablet does, since the early models.
- Learning curve. Like everything else worth learning, takes practice to get used to it.
- Question is unclear. All the basic models are equally suitable, just depends which extra features you want/need.
 

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