National Parks iPod AppDPMag Published in Blog
Are you aware that there's a new National Parks App for the iPhone and iPad? National Geographic worked with its world class photographers and editorial staff, as well as the National Parks Service, to create a free app that provides priceless info and allows you to download park-specific guides (the first one for free, additional are a buck or two) which includes GPS coordinates of favorite photo locations, must see spots and even photo tips from the most accomplished photographers in the world. Jay Goodrich, for instance, mentioned on his blog recently that he divulged a few secret spots from a handful of parks to include in the app. Now that's what I call specialized information that's bound to be invaluable to photographers visiting the parks. And at that price (remember, it's free) how can you go wrong?
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