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The Photographer’s Guide to Using PhotoForge 1 and 2 by Theano Nikitas

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1. PhotoForge: Getting Started

The first couple of chapters of this book are dedicated to the original PhotoForge (PF) app (we’ll cover PhotoForge2 in separate chapters). If you’ve purchased this book, I’ll assume that you’ve already installed PF on your iPad. If not, it’s readily available from the App store. Once you’ve installed the app, the directions in this book will have you up and running in no time.

Populating the Photo Library

There are a number of ways to fill your iPad’s photo library with images. This list is not exhaustive, since apps are continuously being developed for a variety of photo tasks, including transferring images to iOS devices such as the iPad.

• You can use your device’s built-in camera.

• Images can be shared to ...

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