- Chased by the Light: Jim Brandenburg's app - $9.99
- Stuck on Earth: Trey Ratcliff's app - Free
- 500px - Free
- Yosemite Photographer's Guide Michael Frye's app - $6.99 (here is a video by Frye giving a demo of the app).
- Michael Nichol's App - $3.99
- Camera Awesome! (SmugMug) - Geared to toward the iPhone, but can be used on the iPad - Free (here is a video discussing SmugMug's motivation behind the creation of the application as well as a demo - 39 mins long but interesting points).
- National Geographic - 50 Greatest Photographs - $4.99
- National Geographic - 50 Greatest Places - $1.99
- Craft & Vision: educational photography ebooks - app is free and one can purchase ebooks inside the app.
- Life digital photography guide - definitely on the high side at $14.99, but a very nice portable reference to have.
I would also be interested in hearing about other helpful applications that other people have found.
As was noted in the meeting, the iPad3 will probably be announced on March 7th and will probably be released by the end of March, which will drive down the prices of both the iPad2 and iPad.
(minor note: here is the link to Project Noah that was discussed at today's meeting as well).