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Introduction to iOS Photography (Younger Students)
In this one-time class, students will learn how to use the features built into an iPhone or iPad to take stunning photographs.
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Learn to capture great photographs using an iPhone or iPad camera! The key to being a great photographer is knowing how to frame the best photograph using the tools you have. Any iPhone or iPad released in the last four years has a camera capable of capturing excellent photographs. Whether you want to post photos online, print them on cards for family, or frame them for the wall, you have all the tools you need right in your pocket. I will begin by demonstrating how to use the iOS camera...
Students will learn the fundamental of photography, including: -The rule of thirds -Leading lines -Lighting -Angles Students will learn to use the features of an iOS device to capture photographs.
I have been an amateur photographer for over twenty years, a teacher for almost as long, and have extensive experience in using and teaching iOS.
This is a one-time class, so no homework is assigned.
- iPad or iPhone running iOS 12 or higher. - Access to the Settings and Camera apps on iOS. - Open table or counter space. - A portable lamp or flashlight. - An object to photograph, such as a doll, statue, action figure, or bowl of fruit.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will be encouraged to try a variety of photography styles. Parents should see an improvement in photographic techniques immediately following class. (You may see many badly focused or strangely lit photos initially as students experiment with advanced techniques, but the majority of photos should be much better as they develop their eye for photography.)
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please be aware that this class will include instructions for accessing the Settings app on iOS to turn on the camera grid. We will use the Camera app most of the time, but please ensure that your child is able to access the Settings app or that you have turned on the Camera grid prior to class beginning. (I include this notice because some parents use Guided Access or Screen Time to lock their child into a single app on iOS.)
Photography, Strategy games, and Storytelling!
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185 total reviews
111 completed classes
I've been a teacher for more than a dozen years and involved with Scouting and working in the outdoors for nearly thirty years. I was homeschooled for my entire life, an experience which gave me the opportunity to pursue my interests and explore...