Today we have four apps for photographers that we are enjoying. Have you seen these yet? Check them out and let us know how they rate in your workflow.
B&H Photo for iPad
Browse B&H Photo’s vast catalog with an easy-to-use and intuitive interface. View products with full-screen, high-resolution photos; read professional reviews; get educated on specifications and features; order securely and safely; checkout with your favorite methods, including Wallet, PayPal Checkout, and the B&H Secure Checkout; view your order history; and more.
Flipboard: Your Social News Magazine
Flipboard is your personal magazine. It’s the most popular way to catch up on the news you care about, discover amazing things from around the world, or stay connected to the people closest to you. You can add publications, social media networks, RSS feeds, and read magazines created on Flipboard by its readers. In fact, Scott Kelby has a photo magazine on Flipboard.
Search, organize, and download amazing royalty-free photos on your iPad. Whether you’re seeking inspiration for your next project, or just looking for some stimulation for your visual cortex, you’ll love wandering through Fotolia’s visual wonderland featuring more than 17 million photos and illustrations. Create and organize galleries, download preview images to your iPad’s Camera Roll, connect your account to Dropbox, and more.
PhotoToaster is a top-rated photo editor for the iPhone and iPad. Features include more than 30 one-click photo effects; 50 one-click lighting, vignette, and boarder settings; slider controls; professional level lighting adjustments to lighten shadows and recover highlights; nondestructive editing; recent edits list; crop, rotate, and flip; and save to an album, email, and social media.