Of course being in the field means having less tools available to process your images. But wait, you can still do some amazing things!
On Saturday morning I went to the Pigeon Point Lighthouse. I was on the outside of the Park, took off and flew to the lighthouse a little over 2,000 feet away. There I snapped a few pictures as the Sun was just peaking through the fog.
I landed the Vision+ and went into the album folder on the Vision app. The Vision app allows you to check out your just-taken-images while in flight or after you have landed. In there was one picture I really liked; it was of the lighthouse and I had aligned the lighthouse so the Sun was just right above it. But the shot also revealed one of the arms and two propellers in it. I was still happy as I wanted to test a new app and see if it would let me remove these unwanted "guests" in my image.
So let me tell you a little about what I am using when I am in the field. And please know that I am no expert in any of this and I am only using these apps because I personally like them and they do the trick for me. You might have different favorites (and if so, please let me know so I can check them out too).
I downloaded "LensCorrector" to take the fish-eye effect out. This is a very simple app and works not only on images from the GoPro but also the Vision camera.
I also use the new Adobe Lightroom Mobile app. This is a really awesome and helpful app because if I import an image into a Collection in Lightroom Mobile, it will sync it with my Adobe Cloud and it will add the image also into my Lightroom desktop version (see below).
I also use Snapseed, which is a very nifty app and lets you make some very nice adjustments to an image and even lets you target only certain areas of your picture. It's easy to use and pretty powerful.
Between these three apps you can truly create a very powerful image and share it on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or any other social media outlet.
Here is what the image looks like in Lightroom Mobile and within seconds it also pops up on your Lightroom program on your desktop:
Since your iPad doesn't have the processing power for the Content Aware Fill feature, the Adobe Cloud comes into play and in essence uploads the image into the cloud, processes it there and downloads the result back into Photoshop Mix on your iPad. In this example you can see that I outlined part of part of the arm and the propellers and then let the app do its magic. The result, albeit not perfect, is very impressive.