Does anyone do this? Ive checked out many tablets and for the price it seems like either the ipad or the nook would be the best for carrying around to display photos.
Atlas& Elm StudiosAtlas & Elm Studios
Joined Oct 2011
Joined May 2008
I use an IPAD and it works great
Joined Aug 2006
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Feb 28, 2012 14:52 as a reply to @ Tigershark's post |
I use an iPad for my portfolio. The app I use is actually called Portfolio for iPad.
Joined Nov 2011
I do this as well.
Joined Nov 2011
Atlas & Elm Studios wrote in post #13985142
so for the most part its very effective for business?
i also need business cards, too many people have been asking me for them which i havnt had anything to give them
Cards are the most basic, and probably the cheapest (other than word of mouth) advertising you can do.
Joined Jun 2005
Location: La Verne, Cali
I picked up an HP Touchpad at the firesale last year. It was around $180 out the door delivered to me for the 32gb. I've loaded it up with some photos and used it in a meeting with a client one time. It was effective, but the negotiation really didn't require the tablet, nor did it really change the outcome (I was already the photographer who was getting the job, it just confirmed their comfort with me). The majority of the time, the touchpad sits on my coffee table and is used for casual browsing while watching TV, or watching movies on a plane trip.
~ Canon 7d / 5D ~ Novatron strobe setup + Vagabond
Joined Oct 2007
Location: Randolph Co, NC
Feb 28, 2012 18:36 as a reply to @ Atlas & Elm Studios's post |
Joined Feb 2012
Feb 28, 2012 18:45 as a reply to @ k9dg's post |
I was at a Home & Landscaping Expo this past weekend and one of the vendors had a tablet to show his work. I thought it was a great way to show his work. He could sweep through many categories of work (deck, yard, stucco, etc.) then drill down to individual photos if necessary.
Canon G12, Canon 5D MkII, Canon 24-105 L, Sigma 16mm fisheye
Joined May 2010
Location: Toronto, Canada