The Photographer's Transit is a digital map-based shot planning tool for outdoor photographers shooting with interchangeable lens cameras.
Available for iPad
- Plan the best possible camera, lens and shooting location using the sophisticated field of view visualization
- Detailed elevation profiles allow you toscout sight-lines virtually
- Check if your planned focal length will capture your subject
- Offline maps and elevation charts
- Share your shot plan easily with friends or colleagues
- Works with our sister app, The Photographer’s Ephemeris
Thanks for sharing this info. I have used TPE probably from the start (when it was only a PC application) and swear by it. I'm not sure I'd find this as useful since I usually carry a whole complement of lenses, but it might help to lighten the load.
Another possible app for the iPad and iPhone is ioShutter.
(Like Camranger, ioShutter requires the purchase of a piece of hardware for the app to work. So it may not fit in this thread.)
I have no experience with the hardware or the apps, but thought others might be interested. According to the developer:
Pin sharp, blur-free photos, great portraits and more!
The original SLR shutter control for your iPhone
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- Combine your SLR camera and your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad!
- ioShutter costs around HALF the price of shutter release cables from Canon & Nikon.
- Your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad controls your SLR with the ioShutter cable and FREE app.
- The first iOS SLR control system and still the best. Guaranteed!
- Pin sharp photos at slow shutter speeds, perfect for landscapes, cityscapes and more!
- Perfect for group photos – get out from behind your camera!
- Controls your shutter AND autofocus!
- Capture stunning light trail photos like the top pros!
- Easily set up timelapse sequences of your adventures!
- Laugh and shoot with the ClapToSnap sound trigger!
- Small and lightweight to easily fit in your camera bag!
- ShakeToTake…. Yes, really!
- Works with Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Pentax, Samsung, Hasselblad and more.
A great, really great app for the iPad is Guardian. It displays daily photos from around the world. And the photos are incredible.
It's not a app you use for your photos. Sorry if this should not be posted here.