Win a Free Copy of Easy Release for iOS! 8


This past Tuesday I posted an editorial on my belief that a combination of mature apps and the hardware advances in the iPad 2 made it the perfect photographer’s tool. Towards the end of the article, I listed a half-dozen apps for the iPad that are invaluable for the working photographer. First among them was ApplicationGap‘s Easy Release.

  
What is Easy Release? It’s a very easy-to-use propery and model release app. It comes with customizable releases in 13 languages, finalized releases can be signed on right on the iDevice, and can then be emailed as a PDF right from the app as well as archived in the app. It’s definitely loads better then the legal tear sheets ordered from the back of photo magazines or printing & carrying around reams of blank releases got off the ‘net.

So you want a copy? The kind folks at ApplicationGap have given me a iTunes store code for a free copy and I want to give it to you.

Well, one of you.

Here’s what you do:

  1. Make sure you have an iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad running iOS 3.2 or better.
  2. Leave a comment below as to what you favorite (non-photo editing) photographer’s tool for iOS is. Do not leave an anonymous comment! This is important. Login to the comment box using Facebook Connect, Twitter, or Disqus. This is to help abate spam submissions and give me a verified way to contact you.

At 10PM on Saturday, December 10th I will lock commenting. I will then assign each comment a number from 1 to the total number of comments given. Finally, I will use the number generator at Random.org to generate an impartial winning number.



And the winner will get Easy Release. :-)


About Brian Webb

Brian Q. Webb is a photography enthusiast from Los Angeles, California who spends most of his time in Taipei, Taiwan. He is especially interested in street photography as well as large format portraiture and pinhole photography. He also likes to shoot lifestyle portraiture and occasionally acts as an agent for foreign newspapers wanting event coverage in Taipei. He was also on the staff of deviantArt and is co-founder of PhotoMalaysia, the largest photography community in that country.

  • Darren Melrose

    I really like gps4cam, as my camera is older and doesn’t have gps capabilities. Easy to use and has been dead accurate so far. Also, and I am not sure that this is a tool, and I am very sure it is not photography only, but Flipboard is a wonderful way to keep an eye many of the photography sites and blogs I follow.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jwmooren Jan Willem Mooren

    It must be the Nik tool, Snapseed. Recently it got updated with some new filters such as tilt/shift and it’s absolutely amazing considering that this app was for free when I downloaded it.

  • chinks

    Camera+. Must have for all cam-whores who want pictures of themselves but have no friends to take their picture. It has a self timer, which despite many camera updates in iOS, Apple has failed to include.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Lisa.Crane.Photography Lisa Crane

    My favorite app is my easy release for my android and I would love to have it for my ipad.

  • Hendrik

    Hope you meant Saturday, December 10th ;) My favorite tool on iOS is Evernote for plannng shootings, sketching ideas and so on.

  • Anonymous

    Yes, I did. LOL

  • Anonymous

    Snapseed has just won Apples app of the year.

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