Using the iPad in Your Photography Workflow, with Terry White

Join Terry White, worldwide Creative Suite Design Evangelist for Adobe Systems, as he walks through the various iPad apps he uses in each stage of his photographic workflow.

The iPad has taken the world by storm and has increasingly become a useful addition to a digital photography workflow. Join Terry White, worldwide Creative Suite Design Evangelist for Adobe Systems, as he walks through the various iPad apps he uses in each stage of his photographic workflow. Whether you are planning a shoot, transferring photos to your iPad while shooting, reviewing your photos after a shoot, editing your photos, signing releases, or showing your finished work, there is an app for that and Terry knows which ones are the best.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 13:15)

Terry introduces the concepts covered in the class and jumps right in with a review of apps to use before you shoot.

Lesson 2: Shooting with an Eye-Fi Card (Duration 10:54)

An Eye-Fi card is an SD memory card with a built-in Wi-Fi chip, and there are a number of apps you can use with the Eye-Fi card to transfer and review your photos on your iPad.

Lesson 3: A Wired Tethering Solution (Duration 07:42)

There are a couple of other hardware and software solutions for shooting tethered with an iPad that don't require an SD memory card slot.

Lesson 4: Viewing Photos on Your iPad (Duration 12:05)

You can transfer your photos to your iPad with Apple's Camera Connection kit for basic reviewing with the default photo app, but if you are a Lightroom user there is another app you can use to speed up your workflow. Terry wraps up this segment with a look at a cool app for wirelessly transferring photos between your iPad and another device.

Lesson 5: Editing Photos on Your iPad (Duration 10:37)

There are tons of apps for editing on your iPad, and Terry walks you through some of the best.

Lesson 6: Wrapping Up the Workflow (Duration 15:25)

From model releases to portfolio presentation and output, Terry covers a number of apps to help you complete the last phase of your workflow.

Meet Your Instructor: Terry White

Terry is the author of Secrets of Adobe Bridge from Adobe Press and co-author of InDesign CS/CS2 Killer Tips, from New Riders. Terry is Worldwide Creative Suite Design Evangelist for…

12 Comments

  1. Excellent presentation. I can't wait to get some of the apps mentioned and try them. Great to have some of the warnings about editing on iPad and the practical points on creating wireless connections from the camera to the iPad.

  2. Hey Terry White, Thanks mate! While you were talking and teaching I'm there on my iPad3 getting all the apps needed from your page. What a treat. Have the same setup with MacBookPro and 4x Manfrotto bar on Manfrotto carbon tripod. and ballhead for my D4 or D800.

  3. Great job Terry!!! It was really helpful to bring me up to date on the latest apps and ways to use them. You know your stuff and it shows!!! Very helpful seeing some of the apps. I'm going to try some of the stuff you were describing. Thanks again!! Excellent job!!!

  4. Excellent! The iPad could arguably be the next full fledged photo editing tool. I hope to see more ipad App focused training videos. I Love KelbyTraining!

  5. Terry, Thank you for sharing your knowledge and thoughts through the great course - Using the iPad in Your Photography Workflow. I learned a lot and suspect significant improvements will be available to photographers in the near future as Apps and the interfacing components evolve. Since this is such a rapidly evolving field, I sincerely hope that you are provided the opportunity to do this again in the not to distant future. Thanks again!

  6. The mention of tether -fly can be updated such that it no longer went into production. It was replaced by CamRanger, (camranger.com) which can wirelessly control the camera as well as import photos into the iPad. It is its own ad-hoc network as well.. I have no financial connection with the company, but purchased it when Tether Tools refunded my money for the preorder of TetherFly.

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