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Initially designed and developed by a small team of dedicated professional and semi-professional photographers, Photosmith was first released in 2011 with a simple goal: To bridge the gap between digital asset management software like Adobe Lightroom on desktop/laptop and Apple’s iPad. We created the iOS app we wish existed, to help creative professionals manage, organize, and sync their photographic collections in a simple, low-cost manner.
In the subsequent three years since its initial launch, Photosmith for iPad has matured into a full-featured digital asset management solution, allowing creatives the ability to safely manage importing, organizing, and exporting photos, right on their iPad.
Today, Photosmith remains the only iOS product that allows unlimited local sync to Adobe Lightroom, without a monthly subscription fee. Photosmith also features an all new camera raw rendering engine – this allows Photosmith to render raw camera formats previously unavailable to iOS like Leica DNG and FujiFilm RAF.
Photosmith Product Information Links
- Comprehensive User Manual (PDF, 36MB)
- Apple’s App Store Listing of Photosmith for iPad
- Local, subscription-free sync with Adobe Lightroom using our free plugin
- Ratings, labels, flags
- Keywords & Metadata
- Automatically grouping of photos with Smart Groups
- Additional features
- May 13, 2014 - Photosmith For iPad Celebrates Top Honors From TIPA
- September 6, 2013 – Photosmith Announces All New Camera Raw Rendering for Apple’s iPad
Get In Touch!
Members of our management and engineering teams are available to answer any questions you might have about Photosmith, digital photography, the significance of digital photo metadata, as well as providing app promo codes for qualified reviewers, interviews, or podcast appearances. We’re not just developer, but also enthusiastic photographers and advocate digital photography best practices.
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