Tag Archives: Eye-Fi

Photosmith 2.0 Review

I consider myself an early adopter of Photosmith. Not that I had access to a beta version or anything like that. No, it is just because I have been blogging about this iPad app for quite a while. It actually … Continue reading

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Photosmith to support Eye-Fi

Normally, I do not miss a single blog post from the folks developing my favorite iPad  app: Phtosmith. Butobviously I missed this one: Photosmith is to support Eye-Fi cards natively. Now you are talking!

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How I use my iPad as photographer’s tool – a second look

I have often blogged about how I use my iPad as a photographer’s tool. I have written posts on apps such as CameraSync, Photogene, Photosmith, Adobe Carousel and others. I even wrote a post about a fictitious app I called … Continue reading

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Toshiba FlashAir Wi-Fi Enabled Memory Card

Looks like Eye-Fi cards will get a little competition after all! Toshiba FlashAir Wi-Fi Enabled Memory Card.

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Snitch Sync – Improving your ShutterSnitch to Lightroom workflow

I have been using Shutter Snitch and the Eye-Fi card for while, actually since my buddy wrote this guest post about it. What I did not know is the fact that I can rate my pics straight from the iPad … Continue reading

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How To Use Eye-Fi ‘Direct Mode’ With Your iPad

If you plan on upgrading your Eye-Fi X2 Pro card to use it in direct mode, here are some good tips to follow. How To Use Eye-Fi ‘Direct Mode’ With Your iPhone, iPad | Gadget Lab | Wired.com.

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Wi-Fi router functionality coming to Eye-Fi X2 cards this week

Wouhou 🙂 Rob Galbraith DPI: Wi-Fi router functionality coming to Eye-Fi X2 cards this week.

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My first “professional” photoshoot: Part I, Setup

I have had my Nikon D90 for almost two years now. I shoot birds, churches and urban scenes. I always wanted to go into portraiture but found the subject to be a tough one to master. For Christmas, my spouse … Continue reading

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Rob Galbraith look at ShutterSnitch 2.0 for iPad

A while back I posted this review of ShutterSnitch for iPad. This software enables you to wirelessly upload your pics in real-time from your camera using thew EyeFi pro X2 card. Rob Galbraith, who works regularly with it, has this review for … Continue reading

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Eye-Fi: 5 Tips and Tricks for Getting the Most Out of Eye Fi SD Cards

A while back, Jeff posted my first guest post on my blog about the Eye-Fi card. Since then I purchased mine and I have been trying to keep appraised of the best practices around using it. This post gives me (and you … Continue reading

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