Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
With a Wacom pen in hand, you’ll get the most out of Adobe CS6. Explore all the ways that Wacom adds to your software experience, with more control, greater precision, and improved results. Using an Intuos5 pen tablet or a Cintiq display, tap all of the attributes of Lightroom to better manage, edit and showcase your photos.
Create Stunning Images
Lightroom gives you powerful image-editing tools that are enhanced when used with pen input, so you can create stunning images in the most natural and intuitive way possible. In the Develop module, you can use Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush with a Wacom pen to “paint on” pressure-sensitive effects like exposure, brightness, contrast, saturation, clarity and sharpness.
Lightroom is designed to recognize the Wacom pen’s 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. Simply press a little harder or softer with your pen for more or less effect. The precision of the pen allows you to selectively enhance finite areas of an image. Plus, Lightroom is seamlessly integrated with Adobe Photoshop. If an image requires pixel-level editing, Photoshop users can effortlessly switch between the two programs using the ExpressKeys™ of the Intuos or Cintiq.
Enhance Your Workflow
Managing your photos in Lightroom couldn’t be easier or more efficient than with a Wacom tablet. The Lightroom environment works seamlessly with tablet functions to streamline your workflow and speed production, whether you’re editing a single photograph, creating a slideshow with music, or organizing your entire library.
The tablet’s programmable ExpressKeys can be used to switch between modules, dim the lights, rank photos, and sort your library. Take advantage of the Radial Menu function to place a custom menu on screen with the simple touch of an ExpressKey. The finger-sensitive Touch Ring instantly changes the size of a tool, zooms in or out of a photo, and makes lens corrections right from your tablet.
With the dynamic control of a Wacom pen tablet and the pen-centric capabilities of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, your post-processing workflow will never be the same.