Photographers carry gear. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a pro with multiple camera bodies and lenses or a casual shooter with an ever-present point-and-shoot camera—there’s always stuff to pack along. And if you’re traveling or away from your office or studio, part of that gear typically includes a laptop for reviewing and backing up the photos you take. Too often I’ve heard friends who are about to go on vacation moan that they need to bring a bulky computer just to handle their digital photos.
The iPad is changing all that.
Measuring less than half an inch thick and weighing about 1.3 pounds, the iPad is a fantastic device to take into the field. With the addition of an inexpensive iPad camera adapter, you can import photos ...