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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.