The Photographer's Take on the iPad Round Up

Lots of photographers and photo bloggers have given their take on the Apple iPad (Which B&H has available for order) and how it can be used to help them with their photography. If you need to catch up on it all, here’s a round up of all the essentials.

Photo.Net– Josh Root goes into full details on asking how the Apple iPad can be helpful and useful for photographers. He also says that it is a very intriguing tool.

Blind Photographers– Tim O’Brien talks about how the iPad may be used for blind and visually impaired photographers, such as a larger display.

Ways Photographers Can Use the Apple Tablet– I wrote this one.

Scott Wyden– Scott believes that the iPad needs some development but it could really be of use to us still.

Digital Rev– Kai Wong is a funny guy in his videos and a really intelligent photographer. He talks about why the iPad is great for photographers.

Photography Bay– Eric talks about how the lack of connectivity options amongst other things.

Luminous Landscape– A long essay is there. The most interesting and unique part is about uses for professionals and HD-DSLRs.

Photo Walk Pro– Simply, they say that the iPad is a game changer.

Pop Photo– Pop Photo talks about something no one else seems to have so far. They mention the Brushes app and how it’s full of photographic potential.

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.