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Tablets and Photography
Friday 27 September 2013   —   Category: iPad Workflows

Yesterday I ran across two iPad-related articles about using your tablet, not as a camera, but as a photography productivity tool.

The first is from the Macworld / PCWorld / TechHive people, entitled Review: Photoshop Touch brings hardcore image editing to iOS and Android. This is a fairly in-depth look at the features and functionality of Adobe’s flagship app for mobile devices.

Unfortunately, I have not had much occasion to use Photoshop Touch. However, I did dabble a little bit about a year and a half ago, and reported on my experiences in iPad Photo Editing, Part One and iPad Photo Editing, Part Two.

The second article is from the hard-working Digital Photography Review team, entitled Tablets for photographers: Versatile tools when shooting. In this article they focus on how to integrate a tablet into a live shoot with a DSLR using tethered or wireless control; post processing and other tasks will be covered in their future articles.

One useful tool the article mentions is Triggertrap. I purchased two different pieces of equipment from this manufacturer a couple of months ago, but I have not made the time nor effort to try them out yet. I’m hoping to do so in the not-too-distant future, and once I do you can be sure I’ll report my findings here!
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