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There is no doubt that the iPad became an overnight hit with photographers, and iPad for Photographers is a round up of all the things you can do with the iPad as a photographer.
A guide to managing, editing and displaying photos using your iPad, iPad for photographers delves straight in and begins with the basics of setting up your iPad for use with Mac and PC, enabling cloud sharing services so you can quickly get photos to and from your iPad.
Next importing photos is covered in detail, from using an SD card adapter to wirelessly importing them through the cloud, from Mac and PC, air sharing, and using Dropbox and similar programmes to transfer.
Editing photos is another thing that the iPad is great for, and there is a wealth of content out there to enable you to do this. The book covers in detail how to edit your photos in some of the most popular editing and modifying apps available, before looking at apps that will aid the shooting process. For example, using Maps, apps for tethered shooting and also remote shooting are covered.
The iPad's own camera is briefly touched on, before the book goes on to discuss ways to share your photos and create a web portfolio for all to see. The benefits of using iWork are looked at before various accessories for making using the iPad easier are covered, as well as online services that will prove useful for the photographer wanting to get themselves known.
Overall, iPad for photographers will be a great help to those who have little experience with the iPad but wish to know more. It's very simple to follow, and explains every little thing about using the iPad for photographic reasons.