Importing and editing photos


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Importing and editing photos

You know that you can take pictures and videos with an iPad 2's front- and rear- facing cameras, but it could also import this kind of content from a real camera. The means for doing it is Apple's $29 iPad camera connection kit, a kit that includes these two adapters. One adapter includes a slot for an SD card, the kind of storage found in today's cameras and camcorders. The other adapter has a USB port. To use either one, just plug it into the iPad's dock connector port. What we do is we would just take a camera, it's plugged into the USB slot, and you connect the adapter here.

At this point, you just plug it into the iPad's connector, but we are not going to use the camera right now. Instead, we are going to use the SD adapter. So I put the card into the adapter, I plug the adapter into the bottom of the iPad, and the Photos app will launch. And here are my images, and you notice that it opens to the Camera tab. To import some images, I just tap on them.

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Importing and editing photos
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Importing and editing photos provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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