[Update: The results are here!]
In 2012 I saw the potential of the iPad (then on its second generation) as a tool that photographers could take advantage of, and pitched my editors at Peachpit Press to write a book about it. The result was The iPad for Photographers, which is currently in its third edition.
The iPad is now five years old, so I’d love to discover how photographers are currently using the iPad in their workflows. Is it a crucial tool? An occasional benefit? Do you organize and edit photos? I would appreciate it if you could take just a few minutes to fill out a short survey. I’ll publish the results soon after the survey closes on September 30.
[Note: The end date was originally September 25, but I’ve been busy as heck and would like to give the survey a little more time to gain more responses. More data is better!]
Also, I will select one person at random (from the list of people who choose to include their name and email address) and send them a print copy of each of three of my latest books: Photos for OS X and iOS; The Connected Apple Family; and The iPad for Photographers, Third Edition.
Go to the survey here: The iPad for Photographers Usage Poll, September 2015
Hi Jeff, I completed the survey this morning and forgot to mention the DxO ONE. I got one last week and am integrating it into my iPhone/iPad photography.
Bob Kelly Impromptu Street Photographer
Thanks! I’m curious to get my hands on a DxO ONE.
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