I’ve just sold my first images for consumption on the iPad. It’s a brand new way to sell and share photography, and I’m very excited by it. With the help of my new pal David Smith, my first iPad-ready photography display of wildlife wallpaper is up and selling in the iPad App Store. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/avian-wallpaper/id366518593?mt=8 The […]

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NOTE: Cross-posted at PadPundit.com In this series, I will start to lay out the case for how and why I think the iPad will change photography. Now before you get too excited, I’m not talking about major change, but IMPORTANT change. Part 1 http://padpundit.com/archives/19 Part 2 http://padpundit.com/archives/50 The transportability of the iPad is perhaps it’s […]

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Last week I wrote the first in a series of posts about the iPad’s impact on photography. In this series, I will start to lay out the case for how and why I think the iPad will change photography. Now before you get too excited, I’m not talking about major change, but IMPORTANT change. Last […]

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In a series of short posts, I will start to lay out the case for how and why I think the iPad will change photography. Now before you get too excited, I’m not talking about major change, but IMPORTANT change. Part 1: You’ll stop thinking about files and start thinking about pictures. Looking at the […]

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I wrote an initial piece on how the iPad can be used by Photographers here – http://photofocus.com/2010/01/27/what-the-apple-tablet-will-mean-to-photographers/ As expected, the usual cast of Windows fanboys, link-baiters, Apple haters, etc., jumped up screaming about all the things the iPad WON’T do. They talked about all the features it DIDN’T have. And that’s exactly the wrong approach. […]

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