Professional Photographer with an iPad

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    Hello Apple iPad Forum,

    4th post by now and thought to say hello.

    I am a professional Wedding photographer out in Vancouver B.C. Canada and I bought the IPad mainly for use as a portfolio viewer.

    After playing around with it for a week and since I bought it from London Drugs which had a 14 day return policy, I decided to switch to the 64gb 3g model for the reason that I may use the 3g for emails and internet browsing while I'm on the road.

    The iPad is certainly an addictive device as I would spend hours er.... researching the games :p

    I'll be posting up links to my, yet another ipad blogger, in the general forums.

    Richard
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    Welcome.

    There are a couple apps that you could find fun, though will probably never make it into your workflow. I use them for a quick "I wonder what this photo would look like if I ..."

    Free: Adobe Photoshop Express
    Paid: Filterstorm and Photogene.
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    I'd like to welcome you to the iPad Forum. Before posting any links to any blogs please read our rules. There is a link in my signature.
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    yes, got them on the first day and actually made a quick bw background from one of my wedding photos. Turned out very nice.

    What I would love to have on the IPad would be Adobe Photoshop Elements or if possible the full CS5 Adobe Photoshop. Of course I think this will be available with the IMacPad that will be forthcoming... :p

    What I might do someday is actually load the photos from the ceremony onto the IPad and do a series of quick BW edits on some photos to be used as a slideshow during the reception. Quick turnaround... impressive idea. :cool:
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    Welcome to the site, hope to see you around. Any questions, feel free to ask.:)
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    Take a look at Retouch. Great for quickly editing out an unwanted hand, glass or guest. Like a mini Photoshop clone tool.
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    Speaking of clone tools, go easy on the copy paste DG~X...........
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    hmm, you also can try hotoPad and iFunia MagicShow for Mac.

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