Chapter 6. View Photos

The shift from shooting photos on film to shooting them digitally happened much faster than most people anticipated. As a result, the means to display digital photos is still largely relegated to viewing them on a computer or on a phone—the latter can be acceptable, but is nonetheless constrained by the small screen.

The iPad seems as if it were designed for digital photos. The large, high-resolution screen is great for showing off albums, playing slideshows, presenting a portfolio, or even using the iPad as a digital picture frame. Combined with Apple's iPad Camera Connection Kit, the iPad can also store photos directly from a camera.

Put Photos on the iPad

iTunes, not surprisingly, acts as the main gateway to copying photos ...

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