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Photo Academy for iPad – Now Available

I’m very pleased to announce that after more than a year of development, the iPad edition of Photo Academy is now available.

For those who are new to Photo Academy, the aim of the app is to help anyone who owns a camera to take better photos.

Photo Academy for iPad contains thousands of detailed tips on how to take the best photo in almost every situation, including the exact camera settings to use. Beginners can get up to speed quickly by following a broad range of tutorials, which cover all the different aspects of photography. The app also allows you to show off your skills in the Shoot Diary, by tracking photo shoots, sharing them with friends, and seeing where in the world you’ve taken your best photos.

For more information, please take a look at the Photo Academy for iPad website, or simply search for Photo Academy on the App Store. Alternatively, if you have any feedback or suggestions, I’d love to hear them!

Photo Academy for iPad screenshot

Photo Academy for iPad screenshot

Photo Academy for iPad screenshot

Photo Academy for iPad screenshot

Photo Academy for iPad screenshot


  1. For some time I had Photo Academy on my iPad.
    Is your latest version an update or must I purchase it?



    • Hi David,

      Thanks for getting in touch.

      Although I’d love to have made the iPad edition a free update, it has literally taken months of work. Creating apps is what I do for a living, and the truth is that if I gave away this app as a free update, I simply couldn’t afford to have created it in the first place.

      Of course you’re more than welcome to continue using the iPhone version, and if you do decide to check out the iPad version I think you’ll be more than pleased.

      Kind regards,


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