Lightroom presets can really give you a headstart on tweaking the look of your images, and in some cases even changing the mood. There are tons of presets around for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, and Digital Photo Buzz (DPB)… has some decent samples.
Disclaimer: Alberto contacted me two weeks ago to place some ads on the site. According to my advertisement policy, before accepting to put the ads on the site, I have to test the product so he sent me the IR cable for free (but I had to buy the app on the iTunes Store).…
The conference was not over this afternoon and I had already received a few emails and SMS from friends telling me how great of an external screen the iPad could be. And now even Philip Bloom talks about it….
I am currently downloading the iPhone SDK3.2 to investigate the possibility but if it is doable, I am not the one who will do it!
I received a reply from Mike Wong @ On One regarding my review of the DSLR Remote iPhone application…. Mike had the generosity to go over each element I outlined in the wish list and to give us a glimpse of what is coming in the 1.1 update.
Installation & Setup
On One Software… really did a great job to make the setup process as easy as it could be.
We talked about it a few days ago and now On one software just announced that DSLR Remote is now available… for purchase on the iTune store. It is available in two format: lite (2$) or pro (10$ now, 20$ regular price).