This is a discussion on How to get photos onto iPad without iTunes or Camera Kit within the iPad General Discussions forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by Blueroomelectronics I use an eye-fi extreme x2 card, a flickr pro account $24yr and the flickr stacker app. does this allow you ...
ipad does not scale them down.. I shoot 100% raw files and the import puts the actual raw file on the ipad. The ipad is capable of displaying a raw file but does do some sort of conversion as its definitely not the 100% sized image. there is no jpg to pull out of a raw, but a jpg preview can be generated.
my workflow: shoot raw to my sdcard. plug sdcard and import into ipad so i can show my work to my client/friends/etc. these are just for review. i cannot "pick" or cull my images from the ipad.. only look at images (that sucks!)
then i can connect my ipad to my system and import the raw files directly to my computer or i can just import from my sdcard. same same.
then i delete the files from my ipad and finish all my work on my computer.
I see - so the iPad is just a nice, quick viewer so the client can immediately see what you shot. That's pretty cool.
Or check out HyperDrive:
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