Chapter 3. The iPad in the Studio


An iPad is a great photographer’s companion in the field, but it doesn’t have to sit dormant when you’re back at home or in a studio. The techniques covered in Chapter 2, such as importing photos using the iPad camera adapters or wireless cards or devices, still apply when you’re no longer on location. Other possibilities open up when you’re not trying to minimize your equipment footprint.

The iPad can work alongside your camera, triggering the camera shutter, providing clients or visitors a window to a photo shoot (without them peeking directly over your shoulder), or even controlling a remote iPhone or iPod ...

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