From the latest TGIF: Moving On
As of today, the wireless problem remains. This is a twofold problem. First, while in the field, how to wirelessly transfer images from camera to IPad. Secondly, how, while in the field, to wirelessly obtain "live view". That is, showing the image on a IPad immediately after capture without removing the card from the camera.
Well, the first problem - while in the field, how to wirelessly transfer images from camera to IPad. has been solved. Solution required removal of an IPad app, download the app again and then install the new download. Have no idea why or how this worked. Just know that it did.
The second problem - while in the field, to wirelessly obtain "live view" still remains. Solving involves more coffee and continued looking out the window.
In addition to chasing wireless solutions, been investigating several scanning programs. With the renewed interest in black and white film photography, scanning is important. Whether the image is to be digitally printed or viewed on a monitor, the scanning program is vital. There are several available -some free others not.
Found a few newer ones that I had not tried, downloaded the ones that looked interesting, and placed them on a computer. Curious to see how the newer ones compared to those that I have been using.
After "playing" with the new, along with my usual programs, decided that while the new offered some interesting choices, my old standbys, for my purposes, were a better choice.
Will leave with an example of a film scan