How to Transfer iPad Photos to iCloud?
With iCloud, when you take a photo on one device, it automatically appears on all your other devices. If you take a photo on an iPad, and iCloud automatically sends a copy of the photo over any available Wi-Fi network (or Ethernet) to the Photos app on your iOS devices, iPhoto on your Mac, the Pictures Library on your PC, and the Photo Stream album on your Apple TV.
The tutorial is just about how to transfer iPad photos to iCloud. Firstly, you need to get the things prepared:
iPad iOS 5.0 or later
WiFi or 3G connection
Tips: If you need to transfer files from iPod to your PC, the iPod Transfer is your wise choice.
Tutorial: How to Transfer iPad Photos to iCloud?
Step 1. Open iPad
Press the home button for a few seconds to open your iPad.
Step 2. Connect iPad to Wi-Fi
Tap 'Settings' from the iPad's Homescreen and press Network in the Settings screen. Then tap the WiFi button and slide the slider to "on". To connect to a public network, just tap the network name and you will complete connecting iPad to Wi-Fi.
Step 3. Enter ID and Password
Enter your Apple ID and password to log in the iCloud.
Step 4. Sync photos from iPad to iCloud
In iPad, go to Settings. And select iCloud item. In the Storage&Backup window that appears, turn on the 'Back Up to iCloud' iCon. Then click "Backup Up Now" to transfer iPad photos to iCloud.
So you can show off your shots to friends and family from whichever device you're using at the time.
More about Apple iCloud...
The iCloud service will keep contacts, calendars, mail, photos, and music all in sync with multiple devices. The App Store will show all of the purchases that you have made on any of your devices. You can easily download an app to a device that doesn't have it by browsing the history. New purchases from iBooks and iTunes will automatically push down to all of the devices that are synced with the same Apple account.