|iPad for Photographers, The: Master the Newest Tool in Your Camera Bag||
iPad for Photographers, The: Master the Newest Tool in Your Camera Bag
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Apple's iPad and iPad Mini tablets has been an incredible success and generated a lot of interest from photographers. Instead of hauling a laptop along on vacation or to a photo shoot, a photographer can bring the lightweight iPad and take advantage of its large screen, third-party software and online access. The iPad is great for reviewing photos on-site using something other than a camera's small LCD, editing photos, presenting a photographer's portfolio, and more.
This fully updated 3rd edition of The iPad Book for Photographers includes full coverage of Adobe Lightroom mobile, your remote link to your full Lightroom library. Also new sections on using apps for cameras with built in Wi-Fi; transferring photos from an iPhone using iPhoto beaming; how to control the camera using the built-in Wi-Fi; and more. It also includes updated coverage for the new versions of iMove, iPhoto, Snapseed, Photogene, PhotoshopTouch, and other apps; as well as an thorough update to the popular Reference chapter.
The iPad for Photographers will help novice, intermediate, and pro shooters to:
Introduction: Can You Leave the Laptop Behind?
Chapter 1. Capturing Photos with the iPad
Chapter 2. The iPad on Location
Chapter 3. iPad in the Studio
Chapter 4. Rate and Tag Using Photos
Chapter 5. Edit Photoshop on the iPad
Chapter 6. Edit Video on the iPad
Chapter 7. Build an iPad Portfolio
Chapter 8. Share Photos
Chapter 9. App Reference
Seattle-based Jeff Carlson is a columnist for the Seattle Times, a senior editor of TidBITS, and a frequent contributor to publications such as Macworld and Photographic Elements Techniques magazines. He is also the author of numerous books and eBooks, including the previous two editions of The iPad for Photographers, four editions of The iPad Pocket Guide, OS X Mountain Lion Pocket Guide, Adobe Lightroom mobile: Your Lightroom on the Go, and Canon EOS-M: From Snapshots to Great Shots.