Reviews and Problems with Wacom Intuos Pro S / PTH-451
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LLScott, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: The small is a great size for photographers. Small enough to put in a bag to travel with but big enough to comfortably use on my lap. Having the buttons on the side was the biggest reason I got this one over the pen & touch, and I'm glad I did. The software is very easy to use and set up for all the programs you use.
Excerpt: there definite is some learning curve to using this tablet. my first time using one and getting used to sliding hand instead of reaching. able to make some changes quicker but for now I am still using a lot of keyboard shortcuts.
Excerpt: I'm an illustrator and use photoshop to color my pencil drawings. This little tablet is just perfect! I've been using Wacom Intuos medium sized tablets for the past 15 years due to wrist issues and I've been very pleased with them. The small size works better (and is wireless!!) than my previous tablets.
Pros: Durable, Easy Connectivity, Ergonomic, Fast Connection, Versatile
Excerpt: This has made photo editing a dream! Really gives you the ability to get that fine detail with ease of use. I cannot believe I waited so long to pick one up, but so glad I did. The only thing that bugs me is the angled usb cord as I'm not a wireless fan and like to stay plugged in. But I can easily live with it.
Pros: Easy Connectivity, Fast Connection, Versatile
Summary: Probably the coolest gadget I've ever bought. I got it to post process my portraits in PSE, and i LOVE this thing. I'm able to adjust the size/opacity of my brush just by touch. It's so awesome. It took a little getting use to, but i don't know what i did without it now.
Excerpt: I bought the small tablet after reading several recommendations that it would be a good size for working with Photoshop. It turned out to be a perfect choice. I also love the ability of this tablet to use hand gestures, much like the trackpad for my iMac. That makes it easy to jump between programs, without having to switch devices. If you use Photoshop or lightroom, it's a must have.
Excerpt: I still haven't gotten it all down but I've already gotten rid of my mouse and my wrist feels great. I see tons of potential in the photo editing sphere with short cut keys and using the pen for corrections. Have talked to other photographers about tablets and it seems many give up after the initial awkwardness. If you get through that, I think it'll pay many dividends in speed and comfort at your workstation.