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iPhoto Workshop 07

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Cape Academy iPhoto workshop presentation

Cape Academy iPhoto workshop presentation

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  • 1. Digital Photography with iPhoto Gary Lanoie, Technology Coordinator Cape Elizabeth School District
  • 2. iPhoto
    • “ iPhoto is a darkroom, slide projector and a big set of shoe boxes all rolled into one.”
    • Jim Heid, The Macintosh iLife ‘04 in the Classroom
  • 3. Why Digital Photography
    • Learning is enhanced in many situations by use of images in addition to words
    • Immediate feedback
    • Negligible running costs compared to ordinary photography
    • Ease of sharing photos with others
    • 'No or low cost' photos encourage creative use
  • 4. The Basics
    • Shoot
    • Import
    • Organize
    • Edit
    • Share
  • 5. Shooting
    • Digital Cameras
    • http://www.dpreview.com
    • Considerations
    • Point & shoot vs higher end cameras
    • Megapixels
    • Batteries
    • Storage Media
  • 6. Tips
    • http://www.macdevcenter.com/pub/a/mac/2002/06/08/iphoto_tips.html
    • Composition -Rule of thirds
    • Resolution - High vs Low
    • Automatic settings
  • 7. Import
    • Directly from camera
    • From CD’s or files
      • File/Add to Library
      • Navigate to photos
      • Click Import
  • 8. Organize
    • Roll
    • Date
    • Batch Change
    • Title
    • Rating
    • Keywords
    • Folders
  • 9. Edit
    • Rotate
    • Enhance
    • Red Eye
    • Retouch
    • B & W
    • Sepia
  • 10. Cropping
    • Select the size
    • Select constrain as landscape or portrait
    • Click the crop button
  • 11. Adjust Controls
    • Expert controls
    • Exposure
    • Straighten
    • Sharpness
    • Temperature
  • 12. Share
    • Printing
    • Slide Shows
    • Email
    • Books
    • Think about…
    • Backup Strategies
  • 13. Resources
    • The Macintosh iLife ‘06 in the Classroom
    • by Jim Heid & Ted Lai
    • http://www.macilife.com/iphoto/index.html
    • http://www.apple.com/support/iphoto/tutorial/
    • http://www.atomiclearning.com
    • http://www.apple.com/support/iphoto

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