Both the iPad and the software useful to photographers are advancing rapidly, which makes this an exciting topic to cover. I mention many apps throughout the book, so instead of cluttering up the text with Web addresses, ...
Author: Jeff Carlson
Publisher: Peachpit Press
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: Discover how to make adjustments that remain intact in Lightroom on your computer, including cropping and rotating, editing tone and color, applying presets and previous edits, and much more. Import photos from a camera or memory cards using the iPad Camera Connection Kit or Lightning Camera adapters. Transfer photos by wireless while you’re shooting, using Wi-Fi–enabled SD cards or adapters, or control the camera remotely with the CamRanger. Organize and rate images and assigning tags in the field, and integrating them later with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom on your computer. Edit photos with iPhoto, Adobe Photoshop Touch, and other image adjustment tools. Use portfolio software to create and deliver impressive iPad presentations for prospective clients. Share photos with others immediately via online photo sites, Apple TV, and more. Edit video clips in iMovie, create slideshows, and more. In this fully updated guide, photographers will learn even more clever uses for their iPad including backing up photos in the field, using the screen as a fill flash, calculating depth of field, tracking outdoor light conditions, and other handy at-your-fingertip resources to complement your particular shooting style. The iPad is a powerful photography tool and this guide will help every photographer take advantages of its full capabilities!
Viewing photos on the iPad is simply a magical experience—the ability to simply reach out, touch a photograph, ... edit, and share our images is truly staggering, with social networking now an import part of how photographers work, ...
Author: Ben Harvell
Publisher: Hachette UK
Think the little LCD on the back of your camera is useful? You haven't seen anything yet. This book will show you how to put photography's new essential piece of kit at the centre of your workflow, enabling you to bridge the gap between the camera and the internet by importing and uploading photos to the cloud, edit images on the road with the latest and most powerful apps, and organise and design your portfolio in a sleek and stylish package that will impress clients and present your work at its best. Novice or pro, the photographic uses of your iPad are endless, and this guide gives you everything you need to take full advantage of this powerful tool's capabilities. Fully updated for the latest apps, retina screen, iPad mini, and iOS 6. Catch up or get left behind - fluency with an iPad is now an industry standard. A must-read for iPad-owning digital photographers everywhere.
Putting the iPad at the heart of your photographic workflow Frank Gallaugher ... CAPTURE The most obvious way to capture images with the iPad is, well, to use the iPad's camera. ... If you're doing still-life or product photography ...
Author: Frank Gallaugher
Publisher: Hachette UK
This state-of-the-art display, professional image editor, and fully connected device has revolutionized what's possible on the road and in the studio. It's time to realize its potential. No longer merely a consumer tablet, the iPad has evolved into a powerful computer that slips into your photographic workflow as easily as it fits into your camera bag. Featuring the latest and best software, this comprehensive guide details everything that's possible, from managing your photos immediately after a shoot to processing Raw files with top-of-the-line apps, with straightforward, step-by-step instructions for making the most of every feature and function available. Break out of Apple's walled garden and learn how to easily import photos, move them between apps, and share with other devices Take your image catalog wherever you go with full editing capabilities using Adobe Lightroom Mobile Turn your iPad into an essential and exhilarating piece of photographic gear
The iPad is the perfect photographer's companion. With its amazing screen and apps ranging from free photo filters to professional programs like Lightroom, it just begs to be used by photographers at all levels, and it's become a fixture in their workflow and kit bags alike. This completely up-to-minute and comprehensive guide walks you through the essential apps and shows not only how they will benefit your photographs, but also make your work more visible and widely shared. Friendly and accessible, it will highlight the best of what the app store offers, and its step-by-step workthroughs demonstrate the amazing results that you can achieve with this fabulous creative tool.
he iPad may feel like a magic picture device, but you have to be the magician to get the magic. And when it comes to adding pictures, there are a number of tricks to choose from. You can simply hold up the iPad and snap a photo with its ...
Author: Derrick Story
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Discover innovative ways to strengthen your photography business with your iPad Many photographers are turning to the flexible, easy-to-use tools of the iPad and relying on them to wear a variety of hats in their photography business. Whether portable portfolio, editing tool, payment-tracking system, or appointment calendar, the iPad melds together the best attributes of the cell phone and a laptop computer and this unique book highlights them all. With this helpful resource, you'll learn how to get the most out of your iPad to not only improve your business but also enhance your photography. Details how to use your iPad to schedule client appointments, accept payments, sign model releases, track business expenses, and more Teaches you how to take advantage of the hi-res display, cellular and WiFi connectivity, and powerful processor to increase efficiency Covers ways to use the iPad on location with on-the-fly editing techniques Offers suggestions for using the iPad as a backup storage device and how to use it in the studio Features a chapter on shooting movies with your iPad iPad for Digital Photographers shows you how to leverage the strengths of the iPad to enhance your photography and your business.
There are a number of ways to fill your iPad's photo library with images. This list is not exhaustive since apps are continuously being developed for a variety of photo tasks, including transferring images to iOS devices such as the ...
Author: Theano Nikitas
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Filterstorm 4 is one of the most full-featured iOS photo editors on the market, offering a host of practical and creative options for photographers who don't want to sacrifice functionality for the convenience of using an iPad. In The Photographer's Guide to Using Filterstorm FS4, author and photographer Theano Nikitas reviews the basics of applying global adjustments and then continues with more advanced topics like selective image enhancements and image export. A special Filterstorm Pro chapter will bring you up to speed with the higher-end version of this flexible app. In this concise eBook, you will learn how to: Perform basic and advanced image adjustments Apply finishing touches and creative effects Export images Organize and batch-process images with Filterstorm Pro 2
Essential Business and Production Skills for Photographers in Editorial, Design, and Advertising Martin Evening ... When the iPad first came out a number of photographers experimented by using these as replacements for their main print ...
Author: Martin Evening
Publisher: New Riders
Today, being a professional photographer is about much more than the ability to make a technically perfect image, and photographers need to use many other skills that go beyond the production of a photograph. What are the relationships between photographer and clients really like? How should you prepare for a special effects shoot? What steps should you take to protect your equipment while shooting on location? In Photographers at Work, photographer and best-selling author Martin Evening examines these issues and much more, offering advice to help you succeed in an ever-changing–and challenging–field. Answers to these questions will give you the practical information and guidance you need to make it as a photographer in the creative fields of editorial, design, or advertising. This book takes an in-depth look at the industry, covering key topics that every working photographer needs to know–from working with models, to the legal and safety issues of working on location, to owning and running a studio, securing clients and work, and handling the complex finances of a business. While sharing his personal experience, Evening also introduces you to 18 working photographers and industry pros through video and written interviews in which they share their perspectives on this rapidly changing industry and offer advice to help you succeed as well. Includes links to 12 video interviews (more than 3 hours total runtime) by many of the featured photographers in the book, offering more image examples, anecdotes, and insights into the lives of working photographers. Provides access (available to all readers!) to downloadable Reader's Supplement, a 55-page guide that includes key concepts, terms and definitions, learning objectives, discussion questions, assignments, additional resources, and links to featured photographers. Focuses on all the skills a photographer needs to succeed–from handling the hidden costs of running a studio to finding and working with models to insuring a business. Offers essential tips on how to get started as a photographer, such as where to find clients and how to keep them.
If you've purchased this book, I'll assume that you've already installed PF2 on your iPad. If not, it's readily available from the App Store. Version 2 is a universal app, so you'll be able to install it on any device running iOS 4.2 or ...
Author: Theano Nikitas
Publisher: Peachpit Press
With apps like PhotoForge and PhotoForge 2, editing images on the iPad no longer means forfeiting advanced editing tools and techniques. In The Photographer's Guide to Using PhotoForge 1 and 2, author and photographer Theano Nikitas takes you through the ins and outs of this sophisticated image-editing app, from minor touch-ups through more complex editing tasks. The guide also offers instruction on a wide range of special effects for adding creative touches to your photos. Whether you're a pro looking for a portable but powerful imaging app or someone who enjoys taking pictures for fun, PhotoForge has what it takes to become a regularly-used tool in your digital darkroom. In this concise eBook, you will learn how to: Use powerful editing tools to perform image enhancements Work with layers and masking tools to selectively apply image adjustments and corrections (PhotoForge 2) Add creative touches with special effects filters Use social media to save and share your images (PhotoForge 2)
iPad Portfolio A number of professionals, especially photographers and digital designers are utilizing a tablet device, such as an iPad for portfolio presentations. With high quality (even “retina” display) resolution and motion ...
Author: Larry Volk
Publisher: CRC Press
A polished and professional portfolio—including both print pieces and an online presence—is more important than ever for photographers and other creative professionals to make a great first impression and secure employment. This new edition of No Plastic Sleeves has been updated to address all facets of portfolio production, with a special focus on self-promotion and new information about blogs and social media’s role in the process. Including hundreds of photos, examples of successful design, and interviews with industry professionals, this text will guide you through the complete process of conceptualizing, designing, and developing all the interconnected aspects of your total portfolio package: Objectively evaluate and edit your work Develop a distinguishing brand concept Understand and apply effective design strategies Design a tailor-made portfolio book Develop a comprehensive online portfolio Develop printed professional and promotional materials Utilize social media and self-promotion strategies
... DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER This bookfocuses on teaching you how to take consistently high-quality, in-focus, and visually interesting digital pictures using the front- and rear-facing cameras that are built in to the iPhone or iPad.
Author: Jason R. Rich
Publisher: Que Publishing
iPad and iPhone Digital Photography Tips and Tricks Easily Unlock the Power of Digital Photography on Your iPad or iPhone Discover hundreds of tips and tricks you can use right away to capture, edit, and share amazing photos with your iPad or iPhone! This easy-to-understand guide teaches you all the iOS skills and photographic techniques you need to go far beyond snapshots. Whatever you’re shooting–portraits, candids, babies, sports, pets, landscapes, vacations, nature, anything–it will help you get incredible results. Then, you’ll master more ways to share your images than ever before: at home, in print, online, in the cloud, everywhere. You’ll learn how to squeeze maximum performance out of your iPhone or iPad’s built-in cameras and photo apps, and discover low-cost apps and tools for doing even more. Whether you’ve been taking iPhone/iPad photos for years or you’re just starting out, you’ll have way more fun and get way better results! Here are just some of what this book’s tips, tricks, and strategies will help you do: • Get awesome results with the built-in Camera and Photo apps • Master 10 easy strategies for taking better iPhone/iPad photos • Use the Grid and Rule of Thirds to professionally compose and frame your shots • Choose the best shooting angle and perspective for every image • Capture great photos in low light • Make the most of built-in flash or HDR mode • Take great group shots and baby pictures • Shoot sporting events without blurring • Efficiently view, organize, edit, and share pictures with the Photo app • Transform “just OK” images into great photos with the optional iPhoto app • Discover great low-cost tools, from image editors to lights, lenses, and tripods • Showcase photos on your high-def television • Easily create online galleries and animated digital slideshows • Back up your latest images, and share them with all your Apple devices • Share online iCloud-based Photo Streams with friends, family, and nobody else