There are many ways to watch photos on a display so visitors can look at photographs without huddling over a small screen. Let’s focus on using Apple TV, Second Generation since it is already hooked up and easy to use.
Above is a shot of the moon taken during our travels to Mexico, blown up and processed by Photogene.
Using Apple TV, there are several ways to accomplish this too. Navigate to my computer and then navigate to photos. This will show what photos are on a given computer as registered by iTunes. The preferred method however is to use Airplay. By having an iPad or iPhone viewing photographs, connected to the same network, you can simply activate Airplay in the upper right side of the screen. This effectively mirrors what is present on the iPad’s screen.
In our situation, we use Picassa Web, so we always have our most recent photo catalogs available where ever we go. Picassa Web is compatible with Airplay