Since the launch of the iPad Pro a few months ago, many creative professionals have praised the device. Artists, graphic designers and animators are among those who now use the iPad Pro as a key tool to do their work.
Photographers are another group of creative people who can tremendously benefit from the power of the iPad Pro. From the gorgeous display to the photo editing capabilities, it would be a powerful weapon in any photographer’s arsenal. The massive screen gives photographers a near perfect mobile photo editing and management canvas.
With developers continuing to update and create more powerful apps to take advantage of the iPad Pro’s muscle, this device could easily become the primary computing device for most photographers, and while it may not be able to completely replace professional photographer’s desktops or laptops, it would still make an excellent addition for work on the go.
This article will break down the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil along with taking a look at some of the best photo apps available for the device. So whether you are an amateur or professional you will have a great idea of how the iPad Pro can benefit your photography.
The iPad Pro has a number of notable features but the headliner is the brilliant 12.9-inch Retina Display. With a 2732-by-2048 resolution, the screen on the iPad Pro is packing more pixels than even the MacBook Pro’s Retina Display. For a photographer, there’s nothing more important than the display where they both view and edit their artwork. The stunning display on the iPad Pro is perfect for the job.
The iPad Pro’s display has undergone a number of tests and has continued to score among the top displays on a tablet in the world. If you are looking for a tablet that will let you view and edit your photos in all of their high definition glory, the iPad Pro won’t disappoint.