May 12, 2020

Using an iPad for Photography Workflows: A Complete Guide

As I was doing the research for this piece over on The Sweet Setup, it occurred to me that I was spending less time justifying shortcomings and more time simply explaining differences in approach that are neither inherently positive nor negative.

Some parts of the photography workflow are now almost identical to their macOS counterparts, while others differ but in ways that aren’t inherently worse.

The take-away is that iPads are now in a much better place as far as photographers are concerned, and the platform is beginning to offer multiple practical ways to tackle these sorts of jobs.

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