Photographers are set to give a professional insight into areas such as composition as part of a software application for the Apple iPad.
Launched by the Guardian newspaper – and backed by camera maker Canon – the photography application will showcase images that appear as a centre-spread in the Eyewitness section of the Guardian.
The app will display the most recent 100 Eyewitness images and be accompanied by a ?pro tip?.
This aims to give users a professional insight into areas such as composition or technical specification of a particular image.
Each Eyewitness picture will be accompanied by a few words written by the Guardian?s photographic teams, said the newspaper?s Head of Photography Roger Tooth.
He added: ?We hope Pro Tips will give users an insight into the creation of great photography.
?Guardian Eyewitness is a daily showcase of some of the world?s best news and features photography, and each day the app will display a new image in a brilliant, large, electronic format.?
The iPad, which has just gone on sale in the United States, boasts a 9.7in LED-backlit touch screen and is billed by Apple as the best way to experience the web, email, photos and video.
The Apple iPad is due for UK release soon.
For further details about the Guardian Eyewitness application visit www.guardian.co.uk/ipad