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Moving Pictures: Making a Photo Montage on Your iPhone or iPad
In this one-time class, students will use iMovie on the iPhone or iPad to turn their photo albums into fun, kinetic photo montages worth sharing.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
35 minute class
Many of us end up with tons of photos on our phones or tablets, and we don't have a great way to share and enjoy them. That won't be a problem any more when you learn how to use the iMovie app that's already on your device to create interesting and engaging photo montages that you'll be proud to show your family and friends. During this class, you will learn: - starting a new project - importing photos into your project - adding movement to your photos - rearranging photos - creating...
For students to be able to work along with me in class, they will need to have access to an iPhone or iPad (with the iMovie app) separate from the device they are using to attend class. To make a photo montage, they will want to have photos in their library.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I always encourage parents to be aware of the types on pictures and music children have on their devices.
Meet the teacher
Hi, everyone. My name is A.C. Tovar, but you can call me Mr. T. (Your parents or grandparents might recognize that name) I've taught upper elementary and middle school students for 28 years, and I still love it. While I've taught every subject at...