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Wacom's Intuos4: A Photographer's Perspective
Wacom's tablets have long been considered an indispensable tool for novice and professional artists alike, but can they also offer some use to those who couldn't draw a circle? Our resident photographer, Brett Thomas, takes a look at the Intuos4 "Medium", to see if it manages to surpass the "perfected" workflow using his desktop mouse.
Read through Brett's Wacom Intuos4 experiences and then discuss it here!
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