Wacom have placed Intuos Technology within two Pen Interactive Monitors which allow to the Digital Photo User to use the Wacom Cintiq pen directly on the Wacom Cintiq screen. With two sizes, (one twelve inch and the other twenty one) this is the height of Digital Imaging.
The Bamboo Pen and Touch Fun range is a great place to start fixing and modifying your images using the Wacom pen. It has an elementary level of pressure sensitivity, levels of precision and programmability for all your needs. The Fun Tablets also come with Photo Editing Software and are the perfect tool for your foundation in Digital Image Modification.
The Intuos4 is Wacom’s newest pen tablet for creative professionals. With a new design and features inspired by members of the professional creative community, Intuos4 redefines the pen tablet experience.
The Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch combines the benefits of Multi-Touch with the comfort and precision of a pen to give you a powerful new way to work with your computer. Use finger taps and hand gestures to navigate and perform simple commands like zoom, scroll, rotate and more.
Natural light is all the rage these days but that doesn’t change the fact that sometimes you need more light than you have. Ambient light is great but it’s very… ambient. Whether it’s to add some fill in, open up a dark corner, or freeze action, a flash can add an extra dimension to your shooting.
Despite sounding like some kind of washing powder technology that stops your colours running and still keeps whites whiter than white, colour management is all about ensuring that what you see on your computer monitor is what you get out of your printer. The ColorMunki X-Rite Photo is a device that helps you manage your colours, and one that is excellent on several counts…it is by far and away the easiest colour calibration tool I have used to date.
While professional photographers often use thousands of pounds worth of studio lighting equipment when taking portraits, this isn’t usually the case for the amateur photographer. Even though there are some excellent studio lighting kits aimed at the amateur market, these aren’t always necessary to take a great portrait. In fact, you can use a regular household lamp.
Rather than merely using a flash to complement light from the sun, you can use a flash to beat the sunlight, making the flash the dominant light in the scene. To do this, you need a camera with a fairly fast flash sync speed. Thankfully, most digital SLRs can sync at a speed of 1/250sec, and some…
We’re big fans of Lensbaby lenses; they’re superb tools for adding a dash of creativity to your photography and the images are definitely eye-catching. If you’re feeling a little low on photographic inspiration then it’s time to jump into the Lensbaby world!
Ever stumble across or dream up an extraordinary idea for a photo? Well our Friday Find is clearly creatively wired and has the ability to transform even the strangest of ideas into photos; feast your eyes on “Assorted Strangeness from My Mind” by Phillip Toledano [via Photography Served].