ioShutter allows you to transform your iPhone or iPad device into a remote shutter release for your camera. But is it any good? Find out in our ioShutter review.
To celebrate their launch, new magazine Photography Week are giving you the opportunity to win a 16GB, Wi-Fi enabled, retina display iPad plus an annual subscription to Photography Week!
The iPad is a fantastic tool for photographers, with many uses ranging from a showcase for your best images to image manipulation. There’s a huge number of useful iPad photo apps you can download to make it an even better experience, and what’s more all of those applications featured in this list are completely free.
When Apple released its new tablet earlier this year, many photographers’ eyes widened at the 2048×1536 screen resolution of the new iPad. Pictures could suddenly be viewed in much better quality than previous generations – at a resolution of 3.1 megapixels – higher than most computer monitors. Here we show you how to download photos to iPad in just 4 easy steps.
With more and more photographers using tablets and smartphones to pursue their hobby, even the most ardent purists are learning the word ‘apps’. We took six of the most popular photography apps for iPad and iPod Touch and put them to the test to see how well they really help photographers.
The new iPad is finally here, boasting several new features for photographers.
Following months of speculation, Apple has confirmed its third-generation iPad tablet, which offers users a new 5-megapixel iSight camera with advanced optics.
The new iPad camera uses a backside illumination sensor, auto white balance and face detection, as well as record full HD video at 1080p.
With the iPad HD (formerly known as iPad 3, iPad 2S and prior to that, Prince) said to be announced today, soon we will hopefully know the answer to many of the burning questions and rumours surrounding Apple’s latest tablet. Will it have an SD card slot? Retina display? A better camera?
Surely it must! But while the rest of the world gets caught up in the hype of Apple’s latest tablet, we thought we’d step back and take a look at the very-soon-to-be-outdated iPad 2 and examine whether this second-generation Apple tablet is a serious tool for photographers
After all, the iPad 2 price is likely to drop in your local shops in the coming months. Can the iPad 2 satisfy your needs as a photographer? Here are 10 reasons why we think it can.
The mobile photo network Instagram has passed the 25-million-user mark, making it the largest mobile-based social network, according to new claims.
Dirk Singer, who heads UK social media agency Rabbit and writes the blog Lies, Damned Lies & Statistics, claims that his analysis of Instagram’s two web viewers, Statigram and Ink361, show that the photo network has overtaken rival Foursquare, which boasts 22 million users.
Adobe has launched its Photoshop Touch for iPad users.
Adobe Photoshop Touch is now available for the iPad 2 and offers core Photoshop features, as well as new functions for creating and sharing images in an app that was custom-built for tablets, Adobe says.