by Patrick Ilagan . January 27th, 2015
Rejoice photographers who are searching high and lo for the perfect iPad portfolio app. The famous portfolio website, Format, has released Kredo for the iPad. First thing people needed to know about Kredo is that it is free. Apart from being free, Kredo is a nice way to share in real life. Kredo also allows photographers to network with other photographers as well as other creative professionals online.
You might be asking yourself: what else makes this app different from all the other portfolio apps available? As it turns out, Kredo takes advantage of the iPad’s Retina display. This means that the images displayed will be shown in its full high-res quality. You can see your images in all their high-definition glory through a slideshow feature.
Another thing that photographers should consider about the Kredo is that managing portfolios can also be done without an internet connection. One can also import their photographs via Dropbox, iTunes, Photo Library, and Format. Sharing portfolios is easy as well; anyone can share through email or social media using a specified link to the portfolio page. Users can also password protect their portfolios if they don’t want to openly share it.
Other than sharing it in real life and online, Kredo gives power to photographers through Discover Network. This network allows photographers to put their work out for creative directors. The Kredo Discover Network also allows people to share their works with clients. On top of that, users can also use the app to find a specific talent in case they want to collaborate.
As someone who is always looking for a great portfolio app that does not have a premium cost, I feel that Kredo is great. Not only does it let people showcase their work in high-definition, it also allows users to share, find, and be discovered through a wonderful network. I’m just hoping that Kredo would become available on Android devices as well so that more photographers can get into the network.
What do you folks think about Kredo? Give us a show at the comments below! Are you using Kredo? Tell us we’d like to hear your experience from the app!
Patrick Jude Ilagan is a graphic designer/photographer hailing from the vast jungles of urban Manila. Always on the look out for visually appealing stuff he scours the internet and the bustling city in search of inspiration. His tools for mass creation is a Canon 500D along with a wide array of lights and lenses plus a 4 year old (but still fighting) laptop. Check out his work on Tumblr.
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