Different Methods to Email Photos on iPad 2

With the iPad 2 you can now take pictures with the front or the back camera, after that you can send the photos via email on your iPad 2 to your friend and family through different methods. Actually any picture you have saved on your iPad can be emailed and shared with family and friends.

Send a Single Photo via Email on iPad

methods to email photos on ipad 21. Tap on Photos to start the Photos app.
2. Then tap on one of the photo collection.
3. When view a photo, tap on the Options button located on the upper right corner of the screen (the right arrow icon bursting out of the square ).
4. Tap on Email Photo.
5. A new email message should appear with your picture included in the body of the message. Fill in the email detail such as To address, subject the message detail and Send.

Send Multiple Photos in the Same Email on iPad

1. Tap on Photos to start the Photos app.
2. tap on the Options button located on the upper right corner of the screen.( Do not tap on a photo first)
3. Tap on the images you wish to send, one after the other. You will notice that as you tap on the images a small check mark will appear indicating that the image has been selected. To remove an image from the current selection, just tap on it once more.
4. Your iPad will now show three buttons in the top left corner of the screen, which allow you to Email, Copy, or Delete the current selection photos. Tap on the Email (#) button located on the upper left corner. # indicates the number of photos and pictures you have selected.

Tips:
When you are seeing the images inside the body of the email on your iPad, but not everyone can see them “inline”; instead, they will see it come as an email file attachment. So do not forget to tell your recipient that you have images, pictures or photos attached.

Now you know how to send photos and pictures with emails on iPad and iPad 2 with different approaches and ways.

More iPad Photo Tutorials:

How to Transfer Photos to iPad from your Computer?
How to Make Your Own iPad Wallpapers with Photos?
What’s the Best Photo Editing Apps for iPad?

11 comments

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  3. Finally I found something that helped me. Many thanks

  4. Gregory Smith says:

    Information well presented and very useful.

  5. Marina says:

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  6. Julie says:

    Follow up question: the email with the photo is stuck in my outgoing mail box. I get an error message that reads something about my outgoing mail needs to be reconfigured. Huh? I can send other emails just fine from my iPad. I only have the problem with sending a photo. Any idea what to do?

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  8. Slim Smith says:

    Works great! Thanks for the detailed instructions.

    I noticed I can only send five photos per email. If I choose more, the email option is greyed out.

  9. Hi thanks for such an interesting blogpost! It really gave me a new insight on the subject! good job

  10. Linda says:

    y Ipad 2 died, and was replaced a few days
    later, but the new one not only doesn’t have most
    of my photos transferred over, but it can’t send
    individual emails like it could before., by
    using the env./arrow button at top right of screen.
    What’s up?

  11. Linda says:

    I meant “individual photos” using the env/arrow button. I have always been able to do that before. Is there a setting that I’m missing?

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