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Wireless syncing with Lightroom to be possible with Photosmith app for iPad  
Tuesday, February 1, 2011 | by Rob Galbraith
Photosmith for Apple's iPad will allow for sorting and rating of photos in the field plus wireless syncing of photos and metadata with the Mac and Windows versions of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, says software developer Morse Technologies in recent blog postings. The app will also allow for full-resolution viewing of RAW format photos. Photosmith, which is about to begin a round of private beta testing, is tentatively slated for release at the end of this month.

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Lightroom Lite: Photosmith for the iPad (Screenshot courtesy Morse Technologies)

Lightroom syncing will be with the help of a plug-in for Adobe's pro photo management application. The developer offers these details about the syncing process:

"The iPad is detected automatically [by the plug-in] as long as you’re connected to the same WiFi network and [Photosmith] is running on it – as soon as the Sync screen opens, it automatically looks for your iPad and then shows you the stats (last sync date, number of new images/collections/keywords), and then lets you choose the collection you want to sync (or all of them)."

Photosmith app for iPad found via John Nack on Adobe
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