Arlington Cemetery Gets iPad App

December 6, 2010
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imageAnnouncing that Cameron Davidson LLC, the developer of Arlington Cemetery, has launched a touching new product for iPad users. The photographer, Cameron Davidson does it again, releasing another application containing the spectacular pictures for which he is known. In Arlington Cemetery, users get to view some of the poignant aerial, landscape and portrait photos taken by Davidson for his Smithsonian Story on the Cemetery and his book, “A Moment of Silence.” The app offers a quiet reflection and tour of the beautiful scenes, rituals, ceremonies and monuments that are so important in commemorating the fallen heroes resting in Arlington National Cemetery.

Cameron Davidson is renowned worldwide for his photography, which has appeared in numerous publications and in his first app, Aerial New York City. Now, Davidson is launching a second application, a commemorative photo essay of Arlington National Cemetery. In the Arlington Cemetery app, Davidson uses images from his book, “A Moment of Silence,” plus his Smithsonian story of the revered cemetery.

For Davidson, the project’s images and memories are especially poignant. “Arlington National Cemetery has special meaning for me,” says Davidson. “The Columbarium at Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place of my father, George Lambie Davidson, a Korean War veteran.”

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Davidson’s emotions come through his photographs, which act as a quiet, reflective tribute to the nation’s fallen heroes. Users can connect with the beautiful scenes and the feelings that surface when appreciating those important traditions and deep meaning in commemorating the soldiers who have been laid to rest there. The images in Arlington Cemetery provide an intimate portrait of the grounds and surrounding area via aerial, landscape and portrait perspectives.

Arlington Cemetery offers users some important features:

* Amazing and touching professional photographs by Cameron Davidson

* A humble honoring of our fallen soldiers

* Aerial, landscape and portrait views of what there is to see at Arlington National Cemetery

* From November 20th, 2010 to January 1st, 2011, Arlington Cemetery is only 99 cents

Davidson is offering his commemorative application for 99 cents but only for a limited time. Users have until January 1st, 2011 to download their copy before the price goes up.

Device Requirements:

* iPad Compatible

* Requires iOS 3.2 or later

* 41.8 MBDownload and Purchase the App

Source: prmac.com

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