In his new guide, “iPad for Digital Photographers,” photographer Derrick Story explains many different ways an iPad can support your photography and your photography business. For example, you can use the iPad as a portable portfolio, editing tool, and payment-tracking system.
“The iPad is a terrific tool for photographers because it allows us to travel much lighter than carrying a laptop around,” said Story, “Not only is the iPad good for quickly uploading photos and editing them, but also for helping us keep up with our day-to-day business needs through email access, invoicing, and scheduling client appointments.”
In the guide, you will learn how to:
- Use your iPad to schedule client appointments, accept payments, sign model releases, and track business expenses.
- Make on-the-fly edits when using the iPad on location.
- Use Apple’s iCloud or other cloud services such as Dropbox or Google Drive.
- Show your portfolio on an HDTV.
- Make time-lapse movies.
- Use weather, mapping, notes, checklists, and reminder apps.
The information is organized in ten chapters:
- Chapter 1: Adding Pictures to Your iPad
- Chapter 2: Organizing Your Photos
- Chapter 3: Editing Your Photos
- Chapter 4: Transferring from the iPad to a Computer
- Chapter 5: Transferring from the iPad to the Cloud
- Chapter 6: Presenting Your Mobile Portfolio
- Chapter 7: Shooting, Editing and Sharing Movies
- Chatper 8: Take Care of Business
- Chapter 9: Transporting an iPad and Camera
- Chapter 10: Tips for the Road Warrior
Published by Wiley, iPad for Digital Photographers is now available for purchase online and at retailers nationwide in both print and all e-book formats.