Chapter 8. Build an iPad Portfolio


The desire to showcase your photos may have been your impetus to buy an iPad in the first place. The benefits are compelling: You can show off your work on the large screen, where the back-light makes the photos pop. You don’t need to create a printed portfolio, which can involve considerable cost and requires lugging it around whenever you’re meeting with a prospective client. And you or your client can zoom in to examine photos in detail.

An iPad portfolio also extends your reach beyond an initial meeting. Email a photo to a client directly from the iPad so they have something more than a business card or a ...

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