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By Zimmerman on February 3, 2012
I think one of my favorite things that I need to use more with the iPad 2 is the camera. As a photography instructor teaching to visual people, it’s a powerful tool. Yesterday I demonstrated to my News Photography students how to operate our Olympus audio recorders (which they use to create audio photo slideshows). […]
By Zimmerman on December 6, 2011
I have always been fascinated by National Geographic Magazine. As a matter of fact, it is one of the reasons I became a photographer. Recently I renewed my subscription after finding out that they now offer the magazine for the iPad. Although I still love the printed copy, it is amazing what is offered on […]
By Zimmerman on October 17, 2011
I just upgraded both my iphone and iPad 2 to iOS 5. I love the changes! A few tips: Leave yourself plenty of time for the download and update. Also, make sure your device is completely charged. It takes awhile to complete the update. So far I like the changes. iCloud seems to work great. […]
By Zimmerman on October 10, 2011
Facebook just added their new app for the iPad. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/facebook/id284882215?mt=8 Long overdue! Seems like it’s pretty simple to use. So far I love the way it presents photographs in a gallery/slideshow format. Description: Facebook for iPadWith high-res photos, games, chat and more, now you can get the best of Facebook—on your iPad. – Enjoy bigger, […]
By Zimmerman on July 24, 2011
This seems to be a great calculator App for the iPad. It’s free today- http://appshopper.com/utilities/calculator-easy-hd Mark Z
By Zimmerman on July 22, 2011
One of the frustrating things about capturing video from the iPad 2 is there is no way to compress the videos. For a video file just under 2 minutes, the file size was 150 MB! That is too large for just a video to be uploaded to a WordPress blog or send as an email. […]
By Zimmerman on July 20, 2011
After finishing up a summer class and taking a small vacation, I thought I would get caught up on my iPad 2 blogging. I used the iPad 2 in my summer class and learned several things that will be helpful for my Fall classes. I’ve decided the video camera and the mirroring will be an […]
By Zimmerman on May 15, 2011
This is my first attempt at using the iPad to create a video. Everything was created with an iPad 2, with the exception of the timelapse (built with an iPhone 4). This was an assignment for the iPad Academy taught at the University of Central Oklahoma. Make sure you watch it in HD 720p
By Zimmerman on May 13, 2011
The iPad does not have a built in calculator App. Just noticed CalculatorBox HD is free today (thanks to AppShopper). Find out more about CalculatorBox HD here: http://appshopper.com/utilities/calculatorbox-hd
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