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Over the last little while you may have noticed I’ve become a bit iPad centric. To be specific, I’ve been exploring using the iPad as a portable, digital darkroom. Yes, the iPad doesn’t have a camera (for now, maybe in version 2?), but that shouldn’t stop us from using it to manipulate images imported into […]
The free and popular instant photography sharing app for iOS, Instagram, just pushed an update through — and it’s a nifty little update too! Aside from some bug fixes, two new filters were added in the 1.0.7 update; Walden Hefe And one has been retrieved from the cutting room floor after a bit of a […]
Sometimes it great just to kick back and play ball with the dogs. Especially when it’s ‑20 something outside and the little Daschunds just don’t enjoy playing outside. Yes, they like their squeaky balls. As you can tell, I’ve been playing with photos in my iPad Darkroom. This shot was taken with my Panasonic FZ-30, […]
It’s a new year, so the slate is clean and there’s lots of new things to try. Or old things that dropped off the radar to revisit. In my case, it’s photography and image processing. I used to enjoy working in a wet darkroom and watching images materialize on paper. That was years and many […]
Now I know what you’re thinking — Brad, the iPad doesn’t have a camera so why would I want photography apps on it.
Well, because the iPad is portable, has a great screen that presents photos better than any other mobile device, and lets you d…
Little bit of cropping, little bit of colour processing, little bit of Tilt Shift. All done on the iPad. I used CameraBag, TiltShiftGen, and PhotoPal. Fun with iOS apps 😉