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iPad Apps For Photographers
With so many great iPad apps to choose from it can be difficult to decide which to download. Here are some great iPad apps for people that take their photography seriously:
Portfolio for iPad
Portfolio for iPad is a great portfolio app that helps you to show your images in a more professional way. It is easy to use and full of features. It will support images, videos and PDF’s, allow you to hide and have multiple galleries, compare up to 4 photos at a time, brand your portfolio and a lot more. There are a few different ways that you can upload images to your iPad, for example, from the iPad photo app, from a website URL and from your Mac. It is one of the most popular iPad portfolio apps for good reason.
LightTrack is a great app if you are a landscape photographer or if you need to know when the sun rises or sets, so you get the perfect lighting for your shot. It’s a great app for scouting locations that you cannot get to, so that you are prepared ahead of time and know when you have to start shooting. With this app you can search location by address, city or zip code, save multiple locations, find the angle and elevation of the sun and moon etc. Great lighting is what makes great ambient light photography so if you use the sun or the moon as your light source this app is one for you to consider. It’s available in English, German, French and Japanese. This app is definitely worth the price and a good app for any photographer.
Air Display 3
Air Display 3 turns your iPad screen into a wireless or USB display for your Mac. This is a fantastic app if you need a second display or need to mirror your display. If you are travelling then this may be the only way to have a second display, which could be invaluable. The app also has pressure sensitivity function, so you can use your iPad when using Photoshop or any other pressure sensitive compatible apps. At this time windows users cannot use version 3 of this app but can use the earlier version 2. If you have always wanted to have a second monitor but did not want something expensive or too big that it will crowd your desk, this could be an effective and cheap solution for you (provided of course that you already have an iPad which runs on IOS 7 or later).
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