Using Wacom Tablets with Photoshop, with Corey Barker

By utilizing the pen and tablet features built right in Photoshop you can have a greater degree of control that would be otherwise impossible with any other input device.

This course covers the many ways to take advantage of pressure sensitivity in Photoshop. By utilizing the pen and tablet features built right in Photoshop you can have a greater degree of control that would be otherwise impossible with any other input device. We will also explore some techniques that will perhaps help you be more creative without being limited by the hardware.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 03:34)

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Lesson 2: The Pen (Duration 08:24)

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Lesson 3: The Tablet (Duration 07:06)

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Lesson 4: Pen Settings (Duration 07:26)

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Lesson 5: Painting in Photoshop (Duration 13:06)

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Lesson 6: Creative Selections (Duration 07:21)

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Lesson 7: Retouching Techniques (Duration 07:06)

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Lesson 8: Skin Softening (Duration 06:14)

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Lesson 9: Virtual Makeup Effects (Duration 07:45)

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Lesson 10: Dodging and Burning (Duration 06:20)

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Lesson 11: Brush Effects (Duration 06:49)

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Lesson 12: Layer Masking (Duration 05:57)

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Lesson 13: Texture Effects (Duration 08:39)

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Lesson 14: The Wacom Cintiq (Duration 08:12)

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Lesson 15: Conclusion (Duration 00:51)

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Meet Your Instructor: Corey Barker

Corey is a education and curriculum developer for KelbyOne. He is a graduate of the Ringling School of Art & Design in Sarasota, Fl, with a degree in Illustration. Over…

6 Comments

  1. After watching this, I am wondering to myself "Why am I still using a mouse!!???!?!?!?!" So ... I ordered a Intous 5 Touch M. Sometimes it takes a 2x4 to hit me in the head to get my brain moving. Excellent series, this addresses something I have wanted to do for a long time, thank you Cory!

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