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Article: Take Great Photos with Your iPad

It’s getting hard to escape it. This weekend, I visited the Ballard Locks and in the below-ground viewing area for the fish ladder (a series of “gates” the Army Corps of Engineers created to enable salmon to safely pass through the locks and spawn in fresh water) a tourist was taking photos of the fish…using ...

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Using ShutterSnitch on the iPhone

On my iPad for Photographers blog, I wrote about how I turned to ShutterSnitch on my iPhone—more often than on my iPad—to transfer many of my photos at Disneyland. Although the iPad is much lighter than a laptop, I found it easier to carry just the iPhone around the park. (I know, lots of ShutterSnitch ...

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Article: iPad cameras have improved but still trip my shudder

http://seattletimes.com/html/businesstechnology/2020869525_ptechpracticalmac27xml.html

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Come See Me at Macworld/iWorld 2013

The Macworld/iWorld conference is next week, and in addition to roaming the conference I’ll be participating in a few events. ✭ On Thursday, January 31, I’m appearing at the Macworld Live Stage at 2:00 p.m. to participate in a photo/video panel with fellow Macworld contributors Derrick Story, Gary Adcock, Mark Spencer, and Gary Yost. ✭ ...

(iPad for Photogs) Seagate Wireless Plus

Over on my iPad for Photographers blog, I wrote up news about the Seagate Wireless Plus, a new portable wireless hard drive that includes the ability to transfer photos and movies from an iOS device to the drive: Seagate Wireless Plus Appears.

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I’m in the New York Times and Chicago Tribune

Apparently it’s Jeff-in-the-Media Day! Nick Bilton at the New York Times wrote a great overview article about using the iPad with photography: The iPad as a Hand-Held Darkroom. Jeff Carlson, author of the book “The iPad for Photographers,” sometimes bypasses the iPad camera connection kit in favor of an EyeFi SD card and an app ...

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iTunes 11 Thinks Different about iOS Devices

Apple released iTunes 11 today, which sports a revamped interface—and a slightly new way of interacting with iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches. Over at TidBITS, I detail what’s new and different: iTunes 11 Thinks Different about iOS Devices.