I bought an iPad the week before going to Hawaii, but didn’t use the camera on it until we flew from Maui to Kauai. These were taken through a small, spotty airplane window, but the iPad camera produced some pretty nice results:
That is what I could see through the window. However, when I held the iPad horizontally, I got this:
It was as if the camera had peripheral vision, or was outside the window. It could see more than I could. Kind of freaky! Maybe that’s part of the whole “retina display” thing? Whatever, it’s pretty cool. I like the way the propeller is caught here too.
Hoping to have a longer post for you on Friday. I came down with food poisoning right before we left California and am still pretty nauseated. Let’s just say Pepto-Bismol is my best friend right now.
Hope you’re having a better week!
I hope you feel better soon! How do you like the ipad…I’m considering getting a tablet.
I love the iPad. Especially when traveling because it’s smaller and lighter. The screen display is amazing too.
Great image. I’ve never worked with Mac (must be the only photographer in the world who hasn’t) but I do like the iPad:)
No, you’re not alone. I never owned an Apple product before the iPhone and iPad. I love the graphics, but really miss Windows when I’m doing stuff other than photography on the iPad. It’s a minor annoyance.
Sorry to hear about the food-poisoning. It’s so nasty.
Those pictures are amazing. wWo would have thought.
It is truly awful, Caroline. Thank heaven the worst of it was over before I had to board the plane, but I missed spending time with people I really wanted to see.
I hope you feel better soon!
Thanks, Thoughtsy. 🙂
What cool photos! Crystal clear. An amazing view of the island.
Hope you’re feeling better soon.
Doing better, thanks, Jackie.
YIKES … the propeller looks like its coming apart. Great ipad shots!