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#1
Does anyone here use a tablet with Photoshop when editing their photographs?
ust wondering if it was work getting one or for most photographic fixes can you get by using the mouse?
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#2
I use a tablet and love it. But they are not for everyone.

If you are comfortable with the mouse it will work - it is just a different way of doing things when you use a tablet.
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#3
I use the earliest version of Photoshop and use the mouse. I have used a tablet, but it is what you feel comfortable with.
Actually for difficult edits 'aspirin' is the best tablet.Big Grin
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#4
I use tablet and ill never go back to a mouse. Truth is even with a high dpi mouse like have use (Razer Pro 1.6) a tablet and a pen (at least the one i use A5 intous3 wide) is far more precise and smoother to work with. But again if your comfortable with a mouse for editing, there is always a possibility that you want like to work with a pen.

For me the diffrence was very well worth the investment.

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#5
I use a Wacom tablet with wireless mouse and pen. I use the pen for cloning and shading but when using the photoshop pen tool I find the mouse easier to work with.
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#6
I have a 6x8 and I really like using it... but I find I don't use it as much as I thought I would, which is a bit of a paradox. Big Grin
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