Have you ever tried to edit a photo with a mouse? It’s a bit like using a rock, but the rock would likely be easier and faster. Aside from being uncomfortable, the mouse lacks a key feature: pressure sensitivity. Wacom products are all about pressure sensitivity, which means that retouching becomes fast and intuitive. This week in New York, photographers of all skill levels can get their hands on Wacom products.
Join renowned portrait and fashion photographer, Dani Diamond, from 9:30AM to 11:30AM on Wednesday, October 23rd at the B&H store’s (420 9th Ave., NY, NY) 2nd floor event space. Dani will delight his audience with stories about his early days in photography and his more recent work as a pro photographer, and he’ll show the audience how to set up their workspace. If you can’t attend, be sure to check out the B&H livestream to follow along.
If you can’t make it to B&H, visit the Wacom booth (#258) at PDN’s annual PHOTOPLUS Expo, October 24 to 26, at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. We’ll have all of our products there to try, including our Intuos and Intuos Pro opaque pen tablets, as well as our family of Cintiq and Cintiq Pro pen displays. Attendees will even be able to try our new MobileStudio Pro 16, a full Windows 10 PC with Wacom’s full-featured Pro Pen 2 for the on-the-go photographer who needs to store large images and edit or retouch them whenever or wherever they are.
Additionally, Wacom’s content team will be busy throughout the duration of PhotoPlus week with interviews and images that will be shared on all the standard social media outlets. It’s going to be a great week.