Digital photography on your iPhone

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    Digital Photography on Your iPhone

    LoriHendrenText BoxLori HendrenAARP Associate State DirectorE-mail: lhendren@aarp.orgCell: 217-481-6879

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    iPhone Photography Tools

    Discovery and Experimenta8on

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    TIPS Dont be frugal with your digital pictures.

    No more film processing costs.

    Images are saved on your iPhone with unique filenames with metadata stored (8me & date).

    Photos do take memory space on your iPhone. Make sure to download photos to your computer, a cloud storage op8on or delete unwanted images and Apps.

    Be crea8ve!

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    iPhone Camera: Front and Rear Facing

    (1) Front-facing camera

    TIP: A front-facing camera offers lower-resolu8on images and best used for selfies and video conferencing, i.e. FaceTime.

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    (2) Rear-facing camera and flash TIP: A rear-facing camera offers higher resolu8on for your photos.

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    Home Screen: Apps & Symbols

    (1) Photos App (2) BaYery level (3) Camera App (4) App store (5) AARP Member Advantages App

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    Using the Control Center (1) Tap the

    boYom of the screen and drag your finger up.

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    (2) Wi-Fi (3) Bluetooth (4) Orienta8on lock (5) Auto-Brightness (6) Camera App

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    Geo-tagging

    (1) Tap Sebngs

    (2) Scroll down and tap Privacy

    (3) Slide Loca8on Services tab to the right un8l highlighted green and scroll down.

    (4) Tap Camera

    Geo-tagging is a camera op7on that stores the GPS loca7on of where a picture was taken. If sharing images on Facebook, take a few simple precau7onary steps and disable the feature.

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    Geo-tagging

    (5) Choose either While Using the App or Never.

    Geo-tagging is a camera op7on that stores the GPS loca7on of where a picture was taken. If sharing images on Facebook, take a few simple precau7onary steps and disable the feature.

    TIP: To ensure no personal informa8on from your phone is shared, slide the loca8on services to OFF. This will disable all GPS services from some Apps you reference loca8on informa8on from, such as Maps, Weather or AARP Member Advantages.

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    Remove Geo-tagging

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    Camera Op8on: Grid

    (1) Tap Sebngs

    (2) Scroll down to Photos & Camera

    (3) Scroll down un8l you see Grid and move the slider to the right showing green highlight

    (4) Tap once the Home buYon (5) Tap the camera buYon

    Selec7ng an iPhones camera grid op7on allows greater alignment and ar7s7c range for the photographer.

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    Camera Op8on: Grid Below are a few examples of iPhones grid feature in use.

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    Camera Op8on: Grid

    ENHANCING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS

    Mode, Rule of Thirds, Lead Lines and Natural Frames

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    Composi8on: Landscape vs. Portrait Mode

    Landscape mode is held horizontally. TIP: Three or more subjects use landscape mode. TIP: Always shoot more foreground than sky to ensure your subject doesnt appear too small.

    Portrait mode is held ver8cally.

    Composi8on: Rule of Thirds

    Try not to center your subject or focal point in the center of the camera frame.

    Posi8on your focal point 1/3 to the lej, right, up or down.

    Use your iPhones grid op8on to place your focal point on an intersec8on point.

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    Composi8on: Follow Leading Lines

    Take advantage of your surroundings.

    Follow leading lines to compose ar8s8c images.

    Create interest by having lines come toward you and go away from your subject.

    Composi8on: Look for Natural Frames

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    Red Eye & Ligh8ng

    How does Red Eye occur? The illumina8on of the inside of ones eye ball created by the

    flash being in parallel with the subject.

    TIP: Prevent red eye by turning ambient light up in the room while the subject looks slightly away from the iPhones camera and take the picture without a flash.

    TIP: Always keep sunlight behind your shoulder; otherwise subjects faces come out backlit.

    TIP: Night pictures - keep arms and elbows close to your chest; use your body as a tripod, take a deep breath and on the exhale take your picture.

    TAKING & EDITING PICTURES

    Apply Filters, Zoom and Crop Photos

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    Taking Pictures

    (1) Tap Camera

    (2) Slide the selector for Video, Photo and Square and many more!

    Tap the Camera icon on the Home Screen to take pictures and edit them.

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    (3) Apply filters (4) Auto flash (5) High dynamic range: 3 shots of each image with 3 different exposure levels (6) Timer (quick tap vs. 2-second hold) (7) Lens change buYon to switch from front to rear camera. (8) Zoom feature

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    Camera Op8on: ShuYer BuYon

    (1) Tap Camera

    ShuQer buQon is the tool for a single picture or mul7ple pictures on-the go.

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    (2) Tap the ShuYer BuYon to take a single picture.

    Burst Mode: Hold the ShuYer buYon down to capture mul8ple shots per second in quick succession. Approximately 3 to 12 images per seconds. Beware! Six seconds pressing the ShuYer BuYon can capture up to 67 pictures. TIP Best used for fast-moving subjects, spor8ng events and grandkids on the move!

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    Camera Op8on: Applying Filters On-the-Go

    (1) Tap Camera

    (2) Slide the selector for Video, Photo and Square. . .many more!

    (3) Tap the three grey/white circles in lower right corner to engage filters on-the-go.

    (4) Select filter type; new colorized image appears with in lower right corner.

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    iPhones Camera App allows you to apply filters while shoo7ng images.

    Camera Op8on: Applying Filters On-the-Go

    iPhones Camera App allows you to apply filters while shoo7ng images.

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    Camera Op8on: Zoom

    (1) Use two fingers to pinch the image to zoom.

    (2) Zoom at approximately 45%

    (3) Zoom at 100%

    TIP: Zoom feature may appear slightly fuzzy.

    iPhones zoom is as simple as pinching your fingers on the screen.

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    Zoom Slider

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    Zoom, Landscape and Filters

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    Accessing Photo Edi8ng Tools

    (1) Tap Camera

    (2) Slide the selector for Video, Photo and Square. . .many more!

    (3) Tap the image in the lower lej corner; select an image. . . Or double click the Home BuYon and tap the Photos buYon on the Home Screen.

    (4) Tap the Edit buYon to enhance or crop your image.

    Tap the Camera icon on the Home Screen to take pictures, edit them and send to others.

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    Photos: Filter Choices

    (1) Straighten, rotate and crop your image.

    (2) Pre-set crop sebngs

    (3) Apply filters

    (4) Smart adjustment tools allows you to change light, color and black and white aspects.

    (5) Red eye correc8on tool (6) Tap the wand image in the upper right corner to enhance the photo.

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    Photos: Crop Feature

    (1) Tap an image in your Photos to edit.

    (2) Select crop op8on

    (3) Drag the highlighted box to crop the image.

    (4) Tap Done when completed.

    (5) Tap the three gray circle to apply a filter.

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    Edi8ng Pictures

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    SENDING YOUR PICTURES

    Text, Email and Facebook

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    Photos: Emailing, Tex8ng or Pos8ng on Facebook

    (1) Select Photos

    (2) Tap Camera Roll to view your digital pictures.

    (3) Tap Select and then touch each image you wish to send.

    (4) A blue check mark will appear for every image selected.

    The Photos App allows your to email, text and even post your images to Facebook.

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    Send images via (5) Text Messages (6) Email (7) Facebook

    (8) Text; Tap RETURN ajer the last picture to type a message. Press SEND.

    (9) Email; Tap RETURN ajer the last picture to type a message. Press SEND. .

    The Photos App allows your to email, text and even post your images to Facebook.

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    Lori Hendren

    (10) Facebook: Tap POST to post images on Facebook. Must have Facebook account info in iPhones Sebngs.

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    Photos: Emailing, Tex8ng or Pos8ng on Facebook

    Tex8ng & Emailing Pictures

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    PHOTO & PRINTING APPS

    Local print and filter Apps

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    App Store: Photo & Video Category

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    (2) Tap Categories

    (3) Scroll down and tap Photo & Video

    (4) Explore! Collec8ons offer pre-select Apps by category. Scroll every direc8on to see op8ons.

    Apples App Store has countless photo and video Apps you can run on your device with a price tag star7ng at free and going up. You must have an Apple ID account to download an App.

    (1) View the Home Screen and tap the App Store icon.

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    App Store: Photo & Video Category

    (2) A GET App op8on with In-App Purchase may offer in-app upgrades with charges.

    (3) Scroll down and tap In-App Purchases to view the Apps pop-up op8ons and charges.

    Be an alert App shopper as some Apps are free while others start at $0.99 and go up.

    (1) App price will be listed and say In-App Purchase

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    (4) An example of In-App Purchase offer while using the App.

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    Print App: Walgreens

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    (2) Tap the magnifying glass for the Search feature.

    (3) Type Walgreens in the search feature

    (4) Tap OPEN to download the App. A circle will appear and load the App.

    Walgreens App is an op7on for local prin7ng within one hour. This is just one of many Apps offering a variety of prin7ng op7ons, such as photos, calendars, magnets and canvas prints.

    (1) View the Home Screen and tap the App Store icon.

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    Print App: Walgreens

    (2) Tap Order Prints

    (3) Tap Device to select image for print from your iPHones photos.

    (4) Tap an album to select your image. TIP: Build a Favorite album to quickly select best pictures.

    (1) Select Photo

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    Print App: Walgreens

    (6) A blue check mark appears and tap Next when completed.

    (7) Select size or tap Edit En8re Order for more op8ons.

    (8) Edit En8re Order allows you to make mul8ple print orders.

    (5) Tap picture(s) you wish to print.

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    Print App: Walgreens

    (10) Type in a coupon code and tap Apply.

    (11) Review final print summary

    (12) Select local Walgreens for photo pick up

    (9) Tap Apply Coupon if you have a coupon code.

    TIP: walgreens.com offers coupon codes

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    Print App: Walgreens

    (14) Agree to terms of use and submit order.

    (13) Fill in your contact informa8on

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    The App Store Walgreens Example

    Upcoming 2015 and 2016 AARP Peoria Community Events

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    DECEMBER 2015 Thursday, December 17, 2015 "You Don't Know AARP!" 6:00 pm -7:00 pm Auditorium, Lower Level Noble Center, Peoria Park District 1125 West Lake Avenue, Peoria

    You Dont Know AARP

    JANUARY 2015 Monday, January 25, 2016 Caring for Caregivers Special Guest Speaker State Rep. Mike Unes 5:30 pm 7:00 pm Fondulac Public Library Room 112 400 Richland Street, East Peoria *Free parking off of Richland and Washington Street

    Suppor8ng Family Caregivers

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    JANUARY 2016 Monday, January 25, 2016 Beyond the Basics: iPhone and iPad 11:00 am to 1:00 pm Noble Center, Peoria Park District (Lakeview Park) Auditorium, Lower Level 1125 West Lake Avenue, Peoria MARCH 2016 Monday, March 7, 2016 Digital Photography for your iPhone 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Auditorium, Lower Level Noble Center, Peoria Park District (Lakeview Park) 1125 West Lake Avenue, Peoria

    Technology Classes

    MARCH 2016 Thursday, March 10, 2016 Beyond the Basics: iPhone and iPad 5:00 pm 6:30 pm UnityPoint Health Methodist, North Allen Road Encore Program - Classroom C 2338 Van Winkle Road, Peoria

    Technology Classes

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    FEBRUARY 2016 Wednesday, February 10, 2016

    Life Reimagined, Art Gallery and Planetarium Tours 10:30 am 11:30 am, Life Reimagined

    11:35 am, Art Gallery tour & Planetarium showing Peoria Riverfront Museum

    Lakeview Auditorium (Riverfront Museum Water Street level) 222 Southwest Washington Street, Peoria

    Life Reimagined Series

    FEBRUARY 2016 Wednesday, February 17, 2016

    Life Reimagined 5:30 pm 7:00 pm

    Noble Center, Peoria Park District (Lakeview Park) Auditorium, Lower Level, 1125 West Lake Avenue, Peoria

    APRIL 2016 Tuesday, April 5, 2016

    Life Reimagined 11:00 am 1:00 pm

    UnityPoint Health Methodist, North Allen Road Encore Program - Classroom C, 2338 Van Winkle Road, Peoria

    Life Reimagined Series

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