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  • Category Archives iPad

    I figured after doing my Holiday Gift book picks, it's time for some App picks that would make great holiday gifts for photographers (especially the free ones!). By the way: you can send an iPad or iPhone App to someone as a holiday gift: just tap the "Gift this App" link in the top right corner of the App Store screen. You just type in their email address and then Apple does the rest (including charging your account for the App purchase). If you want to give them more than just one App, then it might make more sense to give them an iTunes Gift Card (you can send them via email), and then they can redeem the card on the App Store by clicking the "Redeem" button at the bottom of the App Store home page on their iPad or iPhone. OK, let's…

    This has been one of the most frustrating things for us ever. We launch "Light It," this kick-butt new magazine. We get over-the-top incredible feedback from it, and people can't wait to get issue #2, which is really exciting for us. Issue #2 was already complete when we launched issue #1, so we wanted to launch it pretty soon after the first issue. However, there was something we didn't count on.... ...Apple's App Store has turned down our App FOUR TIMES IN A ROW now. When they turn down your App, they send you an email why, then you have to go try and fix the problems (ours were related to IOS 5.0, and then our in-app purchasing, and then a memory issue, and then a testing issue, and so on). Then you have to (wait for it....wait for it....) resubmit the App all…

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    First a big thanks to everybody who downloaded our new magazine, "Light it" yesterday. Launching a magazine in this day and age is tricky business, but the initial response was even better than we had hoped, and we're very grateful to our readers, writers, and the industry for their support and enthusiasm for this launch. It was really an exciting day for us. Of course, with something new like this it has generated a lot of emotion (ahem) and questions surrounding the launch, so I thought I’d addresses a few of them here today in a quick Q&A. Here goes: Q. I know the premiere issue is free, but how much are subsequent issues? A. They're just $2.99 per issue. Cheap. Q. How can you sell it so cheap? A. We followed the model of more established magazines in that we clearly have no…

    I have way too many photo Apps for my iPad. If somebody tells me about a good one---I go download it and give it a shot right away, and that's how I found some of my favorites, like Photogene, Filterstorm Pro, and Photosmith---all excellent apps---the best of breed. However, although it has only been out a few days, Nik Software's new Snapseed is already my go-to photo app, and my hands down favorite, for five reasons: (1) They nailed the iPad experience The way Nik used the iPad's touch controls is brilliant. I have to imagine when Apple themselves first saw this they said, "Yeah, this is the type of stuff we hoped developers would tap into." It feels immersive, intuitive, and more like you're crafting something, rather than just moving sliders. It sounds silly as I write this, but it feels very organic,…

    First, thanks to everyone who downloaded the long-awaited (and incredibly way overdue) Kelby Training App for the iPad and iPhone (nearly 10,000 of you already since it's release on the iTunes Store on Friday). If you haven't downloaded it yet (and you're a Kelby Training Online subscriber), here's the link. It was so exciting to get this puppy out the door, and even more so to see such great comments from people who downloaded it and were totally loving it! (I watched two classes on it myself this weekend, from Frank Doorhof and Jack Reznicki). Of course, with something new like this, there were lots of questions, so I thought I'd tackle a few here today. Q. Have you fixed that bug where the screen goes black if you change apps and then relaunch? A. Yup. In fact, we've already submitted a fix to…

    Hi Gang: I have been dying for Adobe to come out with a Lightroom App for the iPad, and although this isn't from Adobe, it's the next best thing, and I personally am really excited about it. It's called "Photosmith for iPad" and it's designed to work as a mobile companion Lightroom by letting you create Collections, rate, tag, add keywords and metadata to your photos, and then (wait for it, wait for it) sync your Collections to Lightroom on your computer wirelessly. It's the dream baby!!! The dream!!!! Now, as I'm writing this, I haven't spent much time with it---I downloaded it last night and started playing with it, and it sync'd beautifully with Lightroom---first time! (you do have to download and install their plug-in for Lightroom first), but after using it for a just an hour or so, I can see I'll…

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