If you’re looking for an affordable, fun, easy way to own some of my wildlife photos, please consider purchasing any or all of the following titles. Avian Wallpapers http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/avian-wallpaper/id366518593?mt=8 Wolf Wallpapers http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wolf-wallpapers/id371439028?mt=8 Wildlife Wallpapers http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wildlife-wallpapers/id384437109?mt=8 Each application runs on both the iPhone and the iPad and costs only 99 cents.
NOTE: This is a guest post by Ray Carcases – http://www.lisacarcases.com – Follow Ray on Twitter UPDATE: According to this link http://brettmaxwellphoto.com/ipadsortorder/ you can indeed sort iPad images if you use Windows. Warning: This post is really for other photographers who want to use the iPad but want to have some type of method to […]
For your consideration – 15 stunning images of animals in their native habitats. These amazing images will look great on your iPad or iPhone and will work in either landscape or portrait mode. These images are specifically licensed for your enjoyment on your iPad or iPhone. Enjoy the beautiful animal images every time you unlock […]
All Photos Copyright Scott Bourne – All Rights Reserved I love providing my images to iPad and iPhone users for use as wallpaper. For those who can’t afford or get access to my larger fine art pieces, this is a way to have the images accessible 24/7 on your favorite portable devices. We launched Avian […]
The winner of my 2nd iPad contest – http://bit.ly/a3DNu5 is – @marcbenton – thanks for entering. More contests coming very soon. Until then, here’s a breakdown of all the current Photofocus/Scott Bourne contests – (strike the iPad contest from this list since I just gave that way.)
This post started as a comment I left on another photo blog and has morphed into something bigger, as I’ve spent more and more time both showing my work on an iPad and contemplating the reactions from the people I’ve showed it to. There is some reasonable discussion taking place among photographers and photo buyers […]
The iPad has landed and photographers across the USA are finding it to be an amazing device for sharing photos. But because the iPad senses which direction you’re holding it, and automatically adjusts the perspective, i.e., portrait or landscape, there is some confusion as to what size your images should be for proper iPad display. […]