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â€¢ 9.7″ IPS LCD Multi-Touch Retina Display
â€¢ 2048 x 1536 Native Resolution
â€¢ Tri-Core Apple A8X CPU with M8 Chip
â€¢ 0.96 lb and 0.24″ Thick
â€¢ 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0
â€¢ Touch ID Fingerprint Sensor
â€¢ Front 1.2-Megapixel FaceTime HD Camera
â€¢ Rear 8-Megapixel 1080p iSight Camera
â€¢ Lightning Connector, AirPlay, AirDrop
â€¢ Gyro, Accelerator, Ambient Light Sensor
Adobe has launched the free Adobe Slate iPad app that make it easier than ever to create amazing animated videos or beautiful visual stories, in minutes. Turn your next newsletter, report, invitation or adventure into a gorgeous story to delight readers on any device. Simply tap to select a unique look – beautiful fonts, color and magazine-style design are automatically incorporated. Itâ€™s a great tool to tell stories that truly stand out!
My good friends at Photoshelter have partnered up with Foliobook iPad Portfolio app to allow Photoshelter users to easily add images from their Photoshelter account into to their Foliobook iPad Portfolio.
Check out this screencast showing how this streamlines the process of importing photos to Foliobook.
Q: Hi Brian, I’m a Hallmark grad who just moved to Miami. With the NEX cameras, do you still shoot tethered, or have you ditched the digitech completely? Also, what’s your take on video with DSLRs? Will they do to still pictures what digital did to film? – adyus
A: My workhorse camera is the Sony a900, I’ll tether on big shoots so the clients can see, but most of the time shoot to card. I’ll be shooting tethered at WPPI this week with some really cool accessories from Tether Tools. The whole point of the NEX-5 is it’s small size, so I use it much more for street photography and travel than on big productions.
As for the second part of your question, I’m very impressed with the quality of the HD video from the NEX-5 and a77. They’ve both got big sensors so they blow the doors off traditional camcorders. Video won’t replace the still photograph – it’s another tool for story telling.
Q: hey BRY how are you doing? Do you know any one who is using the IPAD for a tool with photography? I NEED TO upgrade to a better way of sending stuff to clients. THANKS – dudelooks
A: The main thing I use iPad for is to have a portfolio with me at all times such a times I get seated next to a potential client on a plane. I still send out a print portfolio book, though if your portfolio includes motion, the iPad clearly rocks. My favorite iPad portfolio app is Foliobook.