Do You Know What This Is?
Not only did I not know what it was,
I didn't know I needed one.
Let me introduce you to the iPad stand.
I saw a similar item on Leslie Saeta's blog she uses in her chic
carriage house studio.
So I started trolling the internet looking for them.
There are some crazy prices out there,
but I found this very affordable one at
I've seen all sorts of stands in my quest.
Some up to $500 or more.
Are You Kidding ME???
This one lists for $25.62.
Now that's my kinds price.
Here's why I needed it.
It's so easy to take a photo of a painting and study it to find areas
that need a "slight correction".
It's hard to see some problem areas if you're too close. You can stand back and get a good look and see what needs to be corrected. I can see problem areas on a computer screen or an iPad easier than on the painting itself sometime.
I often have photographs on my iPad that I want to paint.
I don't want to keep going over to my iPad laying on my table to study the photo.
It stands next to my easel a little less than eye level.
This works real well this way.
An unintended benefit:
I can watch Netflix in bed with my iPad on the stand and not have to hold it.
Am I lazy or what?
Any way, if you're looking for one,
this gets my vote.