"Wireless Photography" - Digital Photography Podcast 235

iPad and S90 Wireless Photography

No wires or card readers -- you take a picture, it magically appears on your computer or iPad, then you upload it online for the world to see. In this week's podcast I explain a totally wireless photography workflow using an Eye-Fi card and an iPad loaded with ShutterSnitch and Meta Editor. It's not only fun... it's downright useful.

You can use this workflow with your laptop or netbook too, provided you get the software in order. I've been using the iPad because it only weighs 1.5 pounds, and it has both WiFi and cellular connectivity.

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1 Comment

Hi Derrick,

On question I had about the setup you describe that I wasn't clear on: Do photos transferred to the iPad get geotagged by the Eye-Fi card if you use your own wireless hotspot (I'm assuming you mean a MiFi device)?