January 31, 2011
Photosmith promises iPad/Lightroom integration
Earlier today Christopher Phin pointed out the interesting-looking Photosmith, “the iPad to Lightroom bridge.” I haven’t tried the app, but it sounds promising for lightweight, on-the-go triage & sync (y’know, the thing that photographers have been clamoring for):
It’s not a replacement for Lightroom–it’s a travel-sized companion.
The Lightroom integration will work simply as a plugin… By using a File > menu option, you can open the [Photosmith] Sync screen directly from within Lightroom.
No additional software is needed. No tinkering with settings is needed. No iTunes or special configuration. It works on a PC or a Mac… The iPad is detected automatically as long as you’re connected to the same WiFi network and [Photosmith] is running on it – as soon as the Sync screen opens, it automatically looks for your iPad and then shows you the stats (last sync date, number of new images/collections/keywords), and then lets you choose the collection you want to sync (or all of them).
(rt) Illustration: Loose Tweets, great posters, & more
- Poster art:
- Art history:
- Check out the cheerful models who were used in “American Gothic” standing next to the painting. [Via]
- You can buy fantastic Susan Kare prints of original Mac icons. Moof! [Via]
- I’ll see you on the Dark Side of the Dorito.