Photo by Ganapathy Kumar on Unsplash Here is a great article from Albert Dros about explaining that his spectacular photos are not fake. (...) people who don’t really know the technical aspects of focal lengths, the ‘general crowd’ can’t really tell what’s real and what’s fake. So if something looks ‘too good’ people often think it’s fake. Just... Continue Reading →
While waiting for my brand new 11" iPad Pro to arrive, I thought I would share what applications I used to do photography processing on my iPad. I use many of them, not all of them all the time though. Here are a few comments about a few of them. Adobe Lightroom CC is the... Continue Reading →
What Adobe just announced last week at the Adobe Max conference is close to mind blowing. Can't wait to try Photoshop for the iPad. Next Year. Coupled with what Apple is rumoured to announce on October 30th, one can see a more computery future for the iPad platform.
PageMaker was the killer app that made the Macintosh what it became... Here is something that could be a pivotal moment in the history of the iPad: Photoshop for iPad. Yes, nearly eight years after its creation. Better late than never. Yes, I know about PixelMator, Lightroom and the like. But, Photoshop is emblematic.
Maybe Adobe just created the killer app for a bigger iPad Pro in the future. Photoshop. I'm already a big user of Lightroom CC on my iPad. And Photoshop Express. And PixelMator. Who said the iPad is a consumption device only ? Finally: real Photoshop on the iPad