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Excellent walk through, Keith!!! Thanks so much for posting this video.
Love PureShot but nice to know the tidbits for the settings.
Thank you Tanci
Great tutorial on this new app. I am just exploring it now. Does it store your tiff photos fully in your library?? I thought I heard something about having to access them threw iTunes. Maybe in 645 pro not sure. Hey also where are you in New England? I am in Maine.
Thanks for the lesson
Big help. Great app. Really designed for photographers.
It is a great app, thanks for watching Alan.
Great tutorial on a great app. Kudos.
Thanks Robert, glad you liked the video and the app.
Mike Hardaker (Jag.gr)
Hi Jeffrey—PureShot saves all its images (including TIFFs) to Camera Roll.
645 PRO defaults to saving TIFFs in its private folder, where they can be reached via iTunes (although you can copy them to Camera Roll in-app if you prefer…); you can opt to save 645 PRO TIFFs directly to Camera Roll if you prefer.
Thanks for chiming in Mike. 🙂
Does pure shot do the same?
Hi Jeffery, Thanks for the comments,
Pure Shot’s TIFFs go straight to the camera roll, without option.
Mike Hardaker (Jag.gr)
Jeffrey—to repeat: “PureShot saves all its images (including TIFFs) to Camera Roll.”
Would be great to add back the panoramic aspect ratios. I love that about 645 Pro but hated the clutter of its layout. Who needs to see ISO, shutter speed or a histogram when there is nothing you can do to affect them? Nuke the eye candy and add back pano!
J R Cairo
Thanks Keith, Great tutorial!
keith, can you please send me a fresh link to this video.