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10/05/2021 08:59:07 PM · #1
Hi all --

Does anyone use an ipad for editing (during travel or just in general)?

I keep seeing info on photography editing on the Ipad pro, so I'm a bit curious
10/06/2021 11:23:16 AM · #2
Nobody?
10/06/2021 11:58:51 AM · #3
Wendy, bear with me, I was planning to respond, but still at work. Will come back to you later.
10/06/2021 12:31:59 PM · #4
Originally posted by salmiakki:

Wendy, bear with me, I was planning to respond, but still at work. Will come back to you later.


Awesome! Thanks! I noticed it was scrolling off the bottom, so I was getting ready to bump it. But then I thought maybe nobody does use it. :O

10/07/2021 07:02:25 AM · #5
I have an ipad pro (around 2017 version) which I use when travelling for editing images. Typically I'm using the ipad when I'm on the bus/train moving from place to place as it's easier to work with than the laptop. It's certainly not my primary editing tool, but just for a quick review. I upload the images from my sd card to the ipad and then use the native photos app for a basic review. I use the favourites option in Photos to identify those images I would like to process further then I use Snapseed to do any additional editing. I'm not a fan of LR so don't typically use it. I hasten to add, I do only use the ipad when I want to share something on social media, or to enter a DPC challenge during my time away. I do any proper edits on my desktop when I return home or back at the hotel on the laptop. I always travel with my laptop on a longer trip.

SD Card Reader

I like the way the images are presented on the ipad.
10/08/2021 08:03:26 AM · #6
Originally posted by salmiakki:

I have an ipad pro (around 2017 version) which I use when travelling for editing images. Typically I'm using the ipad when I'm on the bus/train moving from place to place as it's easier to work with than the laptop. It's certainly not my primary editing tool, but just for a quick review. I upload the images from my sd card to the ipad and then use the native photos app for a basic review. I use the favourites option in Photos to identify those images I would like to process further then I use Snapseed to do any additional editing. I'm not a fan of LR so don't typically use it. I hasten to add, I do only use the ipad when I want to share something on social media, or to enter a DPC challenge during my time away. I do any proper edits on my desktop when I return home or back at the hotel on the laptop. I always travel with my laptop on a longer trip.

SD Card Reader

I like the way the images are presented on the ipad.


Thanks!

It just seems like swiping and touch screens would be easier to cull through massive amounts of photos
10/08/2021 08:42:01 AM · #7
Originally posted by vawendy:


Thanks!

It just seems like swiping and touch screens would be easier to cull through massive amounts of photos

Definitely! It saves loads of time.
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