iPhoto for the iPad – photo editing at your fingertips
As an avid yet amateur photographer, I’m always spending hours refining and improving my photos. From lighting up dark shadows to darkening overexposed whites, it’s a tedious task sometimes hunched over the keyboard and mouse, staring at the screen.
I’ll admit I was skeptical about iPhoto on my iPad. Could the iPad really do a good job editing photos. Heck yes.
I use this card reader attachment from Apple to import all my photos into iPhoto, then begin fixing and tweaking photos using the array of editing tools that are as easy to use as it was to use finger paint in kindergarten – without the mess.
The app is also responsive to the strength of your touch, adjusting how hard different effects are applied.
In certain modes, you can drag your finger up/down or left/right to adjust lightness/contrast, etc.
While the app has most mainstream tools you could want for photo editing, it also lets you easily share shots on social networks – along with the option to send photos to Flickr.
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