PhotoBox is now LightLoupeFriday, February 25, 2011
To avoid a trademark conflict, PhotoBox has been renamed to LightLoupe. A new version has been submitted to the App Store and is waiting for approval.more
Hook your iPad up to a projector to show your pictures on the big screen for a deeper analysis and critique with the only app that lets you pan and zoom your images on the VGA display and quickly check the technical quality of your pictures analyzing color, exposure and sharpness.
LightLoupe 1.2 (formerly known as PhotoBox) is now fully compatible with iOS 4.2 and newer and features a much better workflow. Instead of having to copy a lower resolution version of your images from your iPad photo collection into LightLoupe, you can now directly access the full resolution images in your albums, even if they are in RAW format.
Connect your iPad to a VGA projector or large screen using the iPad Dock Connector to VGA Adapter (sold separately) and tap on an image to have it instantly appear for all to admire or discuss. Pan and zoom on the iPad and the image on the big screen will also be panned and zoomed. To show a different photo, simply tap on its image on your iPad screen. No need to put images in a sequence or wait for a slideshow to show the photo you want.
Designed as a tool for photographers on the go, LightLoupe analyzes the technical quality of photos imported from camera to iPad via the iPad Camera Connection Kit (sold separately). Photos can instantly be analyzed in terms of exposure, focus, color, and overall look and composition, making sure that you do not leave the shooting location without a usable photo.
Our vision is to turn LightLoupe into your personal on-set digital photography assistant. Unfortunately, we will have to wait for Apple to make certain improvements in iOS to achieve this goal. Meanwhile we believe that you will find it useful in the ways described above. Please use the Feedback button to let us know what you would like to see in a future version of LightLoupe.