Adobe Photoshop is specifically designed to be used with a Wacom pen tablet. Pen pressure, pen tilt, and even the airbrush's finger-wheel can control attributes like opacity, size, color, and exposure. With a Wacom pen, you have the power to dynamically control Photoshop's tools in the most natural and intuitive way possible.
Photoshop has more than 20 customizable tools that perform at their best with a Wacom pen. Simply press a little harder or softer with your pen for more or less effect. Photoshop feels every slight adjustment you make.
Photographers, designers, and artists choose to work with Wacom pen tablets because nearly every brush in Photoshop has pressure sensitive controls that are activated when you use a Wacom pen. Color temperature, exposure, blur, and any other Photoshop effect can be applied with pressure-sensitive pen control. To selectively undo the effect, simply turn your pen over and use the pressure-sensitive eraser.
Quick Masks and Layer Masks are designed to be used with a Wacom pressure-sensitive pen. Bristle Tip brushes simulate the physical characteristics and behavior of traditional paint brushes. The pressure and tilt-sensitive Mixer Brush gives you realistic looking painterly effects. Erodible Tips simulate dry media that wears down naturally with each successive pen stroke, such as pencils, pastels and chalk. Airbrush Tips replicate a “sprayed” look like that of an airbrush or can of spray paint. With the natural feel of a Wacom pen in your hand, you get the exact effect you want with the maximum control you need.
Wacom tablet users can also take advantage of multi-touch input to perform common tasks with quick hand gestures that help you keep your eyes more on your screen and less on the keyboard.
Whether making selections, retouching, or applying effects, working with a Wacom pen is clearly the fastest way to achieve a smoother, more natural look.
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