Monthly Archives: June 2011

SUMMER?

It was B* COLD on this morning’s cycle ride – very enjoyable, but still thawing out! We were lucky though, it started raining very lightly just after we got back to the start point, where the car was parked (so … Continue reading

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The iPad for Photographers

After the not very successful attempt to use the iPad as a possible substitute for a more conventional laptop while on a one week photo workshop recently, I’ve been reviewing the workflow I would use in this situation. I’ve also … Continue reading

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iPad workflow, a GREAT week away, and rip-offs

I have been at Lakeland Photographic Holiday for the last week – a really great experience. I am still working on the the images, so not much to show here at present. I hope to post some images in the … Continue reading

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A PRELIMINARY Workflow for using the iPad in Photography

Please note the word ‘PRELIMINARY’ in the title – I’m still working on this, and apart from any changes I make from a personal point of view, I hope that this workflow will improve as more and better apps are … Continue reading

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The iPad for Photographers – a recap and update

In the first part of this series on using the iPad in working with images I identified the four main areas in which I think it is most useful. In the subsequent two parts which have been published so far, … Continue reading

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More thoughts on iOS 5 and iCloud

More information has now been published on both iOS 5 and iCloud you can find details on Apple’s web site HERE, and you can even watch yesterday’s keynote presentation (about 2 hours long) there. The revised Photos app includes some … Continue reading

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The iPad for Photographers – iOS 5 and iCloud

I watched the keynote session from the Apple WWDC 2011 event a short while ago. As well as the next version of the Mac operating system, Lion (due in July) there were important announcements which could be relevant to using … Continue reading

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