Photography cataloguing on Ipad

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    Just wondering if any photographers out there using iPads have found any good apps for cataloging photos. I have PhotoSort but would like to find something with a little more sophisticated cataloging, ie subject, date, etc.
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    No

    I am a photographer who originally thought the iPad might have value but it really does not. I use one of my Mac Books to handle photographs with Photoshop.
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    Photoshop is now the photographers best friend. The talent has now gone from photography to the ability to use photoshop.
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    I had hope that the iPad would be better at this, but it falls far short. I use my quad core notebook instead.

    #1 problem, the iPad doesn't handle removable media/storage well, it always wants to import everything, and when you're dealing with many gigs of images, that gets tired real quick.
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    As I thought...have nearly filled up this iPad with photos! Am now buying a 16meg Nikon 5100 so will obviously need to go to a MacBook in future with Photoshop and the works!
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    THe iPad works great as a digital portfolio. If that is what you are looking for, try thhe app called "portfolio". It works well for that. As far as anything any more hardcore than that, editing, etc, the iPad falls short, but I still love it :)
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    Olegeiser - No, Photoshop has simply replaced the

    darkroom. Nothing at all to do with the actual photography.

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