The iPad is quickly becoming an essential tool for photographers. With the relatively low cost and amazing screen quality, it’s not hard to see why. Whether you’re using it as a portfolio to meet with clients or as a digital slideshow around the house, a lot of people are pushing their images to Apple’s tablet. Today, we’ll show you how to optimize images for export from Lightroom.
Sure we could just copy images to the device normally, but that’s not the best option. Why export specifically for iPad?
After editing your images as you always would, we can use a couple of export tweaks to get the images just right. Sure we could just copy our files over the same way we always would, but we would waste space on our iPad and not get the best results.
During the export, there are a few key tweaks that can get your images exported optimized for the iPad. First of all, we should consider
Most importantly, we want to save this as an export preset. This way, we won’t have to set these options each time that we export images for the iPad. (ADD MORE HERE)
After the export is complete, just use iTunes to copy photos over the same way you always would. If you aren’t familiar with how to do that, just check out the link HERE (LINKKKKK).