iPad Gallery App?

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Anyone find a good iPad app to display photos to potential clients? I think it would also be cool if I could customize one for my iPad 2 and my web site so they look similar.

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Anyone find a good iPad app to display photos to potential clients? I think it would also be cool if I could customize one for my iPad 2 and my web site so they look similar.

Ed

Check this thread out for lots of suggestions: https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=291482

I use "Best Album" for showing off my images. Not sure whether it's customizable enough for your purposes, but it allows you to organize your images into different collections, and to add basic comments/titles.
 
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I've got a few - Pad Folio, Padport, Collections, and Foliobook. Pad Folio is probably the best of the bunch, with Padport next. Collections is last, not because it's a bad program, but not as well suited as a portfolio as the others, I think.
 
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Following up - I like Portfolio quite a bit, easy too use and enough options to keep me happy for now. I especially like the ability to load my logo.
 

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Good thread. I didn't know there were so many to choose from for the iPad. A couple are too pricey for my taste, but it's nice to have all the options.
 
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If you have the Datacolor Spyder3 system, they now offer free tools for color calibrated photo display on your iPad. It takes minutes to do and does make a difference in how your images are displayed on the iPad. You have to load your images into your iPad Photo albums, then launch their iPad SpyderGallery app and view your images through their app.

It does not color calibrate the iPad like you can your computer. It just color corrects when viewing images inside their gallery app. But it does work and it offers a few features for watermarking and making your presentation look more professional.

http://spyder.datacolor.com/product-ms-spydergallery.php
 

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