Duncan Davidson dug into what appeared to be a thorny problem: large JPEG files weren’t loading at high resolution in Safari on the new iPad. Some poking around and advice from friends online (and at least one “little birdie”) revealed a secret for how to make photos really pop on the display. I haven’t had a chance to try this myself, but this could make a big difference in how photographers present themselves online.
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Author, photographer, and late-nighter Jeff Carlson writes for outlets such as Popular Photography, DPReview, Creative Pro, and others, and is a contributing editor for TidBITS. He is the author of Take Control of Your Digital Photos; The Photographer's Guide to Luminar AI, Take Control of Apple Watch, and Take Control of Your Digital Storage, among many other titles.
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