I love Evernote Food. It’s like they created the app just for me. Prior to its release, I was taking pictures of food and posting them everywhere. The only issue I run into is that my iPhone isn’t always the best camera with which to take food photos.
Eye-Fi to the rescue.
Pop the Eye-Fi card into your point-and-shoot or DSLR (if your DSLR takes SD cards,) and shoot away. When you’re done, use the Eye-Fi app on your phone to transfer the images from your camera. Open Evernote Food, and import the photos from your camera roll.
[…] Eye-Fi: When I need to use my point-and-shoot camera, I use the Eye-Fi Pro X2 card and Eye-Fi app to get photos from the camera to my iPhone for editing and sharing. This is a great way to get better quality food photos for Evernote Food! […]
[…] In a previous post, I talked about using an Eye-Fi SD card in Direct Mode to get better photos for your Evernote Food entries. Back then, I was using my Canon SD-780is to take better photos. I upgraded that to a Canon EOS M recently, and discovered that the EOS M has a dedicated Eye-Fi menu. There aren’t many options on the menu, but it covers the most important one: turning the Eye-Fi antenna on and off. This is huge as far as battery life goes. The EOS M with 22mm ƒ2.0 lens allows you to create stunning food photos, even in limited light. […]