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  1. […] those wanting a “fix” in the meantime, may I recommend Jeff Carlson’s book iPad for Photographers*. His newest edition was released just a few weeks ago and contains an entire chapter on Photosmith […]

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  2. […] for launch we realized that most people have never seen what version 2 looks like unless you bought Jeff’s book.  We’ve talked about it a great deal and offered a few glimpses but we’ve never shown […]

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  3. Can’t seem to buy the book on the link for apple ???

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    1. The link should open in iTunes on your computer, or in the iBookstore (via iBooks) if you’re using an iOS device. I just tested it on my iPhone and the link worked. Let me know if you continue to run into trouble.

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  4. Will this book be available on the Canadian iTunes/iBook store?

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    1. I don’t have access to the Canadian iBookstore, but I asked on Twitter this morning and a Canadian follower said that yes, it is available now.

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  5. It would make a lot of sense to make this book available in the Canadian store. It is NOT currently available there.

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    1. I don’t have access to the Canadian iBookstore to check, but a reader in an earlier comment told me the book is there. You’re right, I can’t understand why it wouldn’t be available there.

      Try this URL. I got it by substituting “ca” for “us”:

      http://itunes.apple.com/ca/book/ipad-for-photographers-master/id510022474?mt=11

      You can also buy the ebook directly from Peachpit, then load it onto an iPad via iTunes.

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      1. Doug robinson June 28, 2013 at 2:52 pm

        It is in Canada now 8:00am in Vancouver

  6. I got a message saying it is not available in the Canadian store from that link you sent.

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  7. It’s preferable to have it purchased directly from itunes so that I have it in my iCloud.

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    1. Good point. That’s infuriating. I’ll send a note to my publisher and see what’s up.

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  8. Not available in the iTunes Australia store. Would like to buy it, but would prefer iBooks over Kindle…

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    1. Argh, that’s frustrating. I hate region-based limitations like that. I’d suggest buying the electronic bundle from Peachpit directly, which gives you the PDF, EPUB, and Mobi (I think) versions. You can use iTunes to add the file(s) to iBooks. The downside is that you don’t get the same iCloud integration.

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      1. Thanks, I got the Kindle version. Prefer iBooks, if possible, but use Kindle otherwise.

        Cheers

        Des

  9. […] Although I discussed the Eye-Fi software in the first edition of the book, I tossed that for the second edition and expanded on using ShutterSnitch because it just […]

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  10. Is there any kind of upgrade if you have the first edition?

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    1. Not that I know of, no. Sorry.

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  11. Justin Peters July 5, 2013 at 9:23 am

    When you go to a bookstore and purchase a first edition you don’t get the second edition free a year or 2 later. It’s a good book and inexpensive.

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    1. I asked because the wording above tends to give the impression that there might possibly be something for current owners. “If you don’t already own the book, click one of the following links” begs the question “and if you do already own the book, what?” . There are many iBooks that offer a second edition free. “Paperless” by David Sparks is one example.

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  12. Justin Peters July 5, 2013 at 9:13 pm

    If you don’t already own the book suggested to me that if I don’t own it and would like to buy it I should click on one of the links. I see how it could be confusing though. It does leave openings for interpretation.

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  13. TBaucells, that’s a good point. And if this were just an ebook, that might be a possibility. However, it’s a print book published by a major publisher that also has ebook versions. So there isn’t as much flexibility as David enjoys being a one-man publisher.

    I do appreciate the feedback. I’ve edited the text and also removed the links to the first edition (since I can’t imagine anyone would want the old version). Thanks, to both you and Justin!

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  14. […] How an iPad Can Improve Your Photography. Think of it as the ultra-compact version of my iPad for Photographers book, covering the options for using the iPad as a portfolio, importing photos to the iPad and […]

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  15. Why no kindle book for third edition????

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    1. Since the ebook hasn’t been created yet, Amazon doesn’t list one. I’ll add it when it’s available, and I’ve changed this page to be clearer. Thanks for the heads-up.

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  16. thanks

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  17. I would love to read an updated edition that includes the IPad Pro.

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    1. I’d like that too. If anything, I’d write an entirely new book, since my publisher, Peachpit Press, is basically gone and didn’t have plans to bring out another edition before that.

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