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.
The app is called Avian Wallpaper and costs only $0.99. You can select any of the images in the set and use them as either your iPad lock screen, home screen or both.
The images look amazing on an iPad and I couldn’t be happier with the results.
This is just the first of many applications I see for my photographs on the iPad. I have lots of ideas swirling around in my head. With the popularity of this device there’s no doubt in my mind that there is a new market waiting for many photographers who can see ways to innovate and share on this new platform.
Check it out. I’d be honored by your support. And while you’re at it, check out David’s images. He has his own app – my favorite are the cherry blossoms because they remind me of the time when I was living in Japan.
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