Demonstration


iPhoto Guided Practice Capture and Import Before using iPhoto, it is necessary to have appropriate images. This can be done in several ways.

  • Take photos or shoot video clips with the FaceTime (rear) and iSight (front) camera.
  • Wirelessly beam photos to and from iOS devices with iPhoto (imports at full resolution).
  • Save photos received in text messages or email to Camera Roll.
  • Import photos from a digital camera or SD memory card using iPad Camera Connection Kit.
  • Share photos with Photo Stream from other devices with an iCloud account.
  • Save image from Safari.
  • Hold iPad in landscape position which is best for iMovie
  • Tap Options; toggle Grid on and off

How could the iPad camera benefit your students’ learning?

How could current and past topics or study units use photography?


View and Organize

iPhoto and Photos work together.

Open Photos

  1. Tap the available button in the upper left corner until organizational tabs appear at the top
  2. Tap Albums; tap Edit
  3. Tap New Album, enter a relevant album name for the recent photos, tap Save
  4. Tap to add photos or tap Select All Photos, tap Done
  5. Repeat process to create new albums

Edit Photos

Take multiple images that could be used to tell or illustrate a story or show how to compare and contrast.
Use iPhoto to edit photos.
With iPad in landscape orientation, open iPhoto
  1. Tap Albums
  2. Point out the buttons at top and the different album colors
  3. Open the newly created album
  4. Single photo view and thumbnails
  5. Tap a photo; swipe left or right to view multiple photos
  6. Tap Edit, point out icons on bottom left
  7. Tap an image to edit
  8. Tap crop icon; crop photo
  9. Point out Action icon (gear) to set standard aspect ratio (or size)
  10. Tap exposure and contrast icon; adjust both
  11. Tap color and white balance icon
  12. Tap brushes icon to edit specific parts of a photo; tap different brush effects to modify
  13. Point out action menu options to show or hide where the effect is being applied, edges, effect strength
  14. Tap effects icon; add special effects; copy and past a special effect from one photo to another
  15. Point out other tools in top and bottom menu bar and the icon that means a photo has been edited

Share

Use multiple methods to share the photo.
• Here we will wirelessly beam photos to and from iOS devices with iPhoto (imports at full resolution).
Pick a favorite photo from their album to share with another person
  1. Ensure both devices are set up to beam photos by enabling Location Services in Settings
  2. Tap a photo to share
  3. Tap Share-Beam
  4. Select available recipient, tap Beam Photos
  5. Pick another album
  6. Share to iMovie as a slideshow
  7. Show additional ways to share photos
  8. Save photos received in text messages or email to Camera Roll.
Import photos from digital camera or SD memory card using iPad Camera Connection Kit.
Share photos with Photo Stream from other devices with an iCloud account.
Use BUMP

Share via Journals

Journals are a new way to share and display your favorite photos or video clips in iPhoto.
Tap a photo
  1. Tap Share button, tap Journal icon
  2. Tap Choose, tap the photos to include
  3. Tap Next, tap Journal, tap existing journal title or tap new Journal
  4. Enter a name, tap Create Journal
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