by easeus.com Applies To: iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad mini; MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, and iMac Pro As you know, it’s no doubt that you can transfer files from Mac to your iPad without the help of third-party software, because the iTunes installed on your Mac enables you to do it. However, […]Read more "How to Transfer Files from Mac to iPad (etc-) with/without iTunes for Free"
November 16, 2015 by Autodesk and Digimedia Dude Pixlr is a fun and powerful photo editor that lets you quickly crop, rotate, and fine-tune any picture, free. Can’t afford Adobe’s Photoshop? Want to work on photos on your web browser without any software installation? Then you should check out Autodesk’s Pixlr, a free alternative photo […]Read more "Autodesk Pixlr – A Free Alternative To Photoshop"
October 15, 2015 by DigiMedia Dude, Marcelo Lewin The DigiMedia Dude, Marcelo Lewin, is back! He’ll help you discover short how-to videos on various digital media related topics including iPhone, iPad and Mac apps, filmmaking, photography, podcasting, marketing, social media, SEO, drones, digital living, plus many other topics! Click here to see his free youtube […]Read more "DigiMedia Dude Freely Reveals the Geek in All of Us"
September 2, 2015 by As a editor, it was essential you bought an iPad, you know for “work stuff.” Now that you’ve got iPad just lying around, isn’t it about time you did something more productive with it than surfing online and watching TV shows? Here are some useful apps that might just assist your […]Read more "iPad Apps For Film Editors"
December 22, 2014 by Duet Duet is the first app that allows you to use your iDevice as an extra display for your Mac using the Lightning or 30-pin cable. Duet is made by a team of ex-Apple engineers. The Mac software is free, though the iPad software to allow the dual Duet display is […]Read more "Use Your Mac With Your iPad as a 2nd Display"
May 13, 2014 by Scott Kelby Here’s some cool free stuff from Scott Kelby that you might have missed… (1) Download My FREE Lighting Recipes iPad App It’s an App dedicated to teaching different lighting set-ups — The cool thing is, it’s not just a couple of lighting setups… There are 13 lessons in all, […]Read more "Three Free Things From Scott Kelby"
July 12, 2013 by Dr. Michael N. Roach With Adobe’s Photoshop moving to the cloud and a subscription basis, there has been a strong movement of hobbyists and amateur photographers to seek an alternative image editing software that is less expensive and untethered. I have been teaching workshops on Image Editing for the past thirteen […]Read more "Gimp 2.8 for Video/Photographers"
March 14, 2013 By Lindsay Sakraida, dealnews Features Director Apple Undercuts Apple, Offers Refurbs for Up to $100 Less on Its eBay Store Late last year, it was discovered that Apple was potentially selling its refurbished wares through eBay, discreetly under the seller name Refurbished-Outlet. At the time, 9to5 Mac pointed to the near identical […]Read more "Apple Undercuts Apple"
March 11, 2013 by ikancorp.com Cinematography is a highly mobile business. Meetings, negotiations, and productions are frequently performed outside of the studio. Cinema Forms is a powerful FREE tool that allows you to create, manage, and share production worksheets and legal releases directly from your iPad. With this app, you can now create call sheets, […]Read more "FREE Cinema Forms App for iPad"
February 18, 2013 by Shane Ross If you happen to follow me on Twitter, you were no doubt privy to the barrage of tweets I did while at the LACPUG meeting on Jan 23. Dan Lebental was showing off this cool editing app for the iPad, TouchEdit, and I live tweeted interesting points he made, […]Read more "Touch Edit: A First Look from Shane Ross"