Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Smart Adjustments: Color and black and white, part of iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 8.
In the previous movie, we took a look…at the light controls in detail.…In this movie, let's dive in and take a look at what color…and black and white have to offer us.…We'll start off with color, so I'll tap on that…and just as with the light controls…when we start out with a slider of thumbnails…that allow us to affect the overall…color saturation of the photograph.…From more saturated to less saturated.…I'm going to put that back in the middle there…to where it snaps on the little grey dot to reset that.…
I'll tap on the little menu button.…And with color, I only have three controls to adjust:…saturation, contrast, and cast.…Let's start out with saturation.…And if I move the slider, you can see…that I can saturate the colors…or desaturate them.…So, essentially very similar to what you can do…with the little thumbnail sliders…when you first enter the color controls.…It's kind of a low-saturation almost pastel color look here.…
Fairly simple, we'll set that back to the starting point…and go back into the menu button and tap contrast.…
- Adjusting exposure and focus in the Camera app
- Using the self-timer and burst modes
- Shooting slow-motion and time-lapse videos
- Flagging favorites
- Creating photo albums
- Adjusting images with the enhanced editing controls in iOS 8
- Trimming video
- Sharing from Photos
- Sharing with iCloud
- Syncing photos with iTunes
Skill Level Beginner
Tony Cruz's iPhone Surf Photography: Start to Finishwith Tony Cruz7m 22s Intermediate
1. Using the Camera App
2. Organizing Photos and Movies with the Photos App
3. Editing Photos and Videos with the Photos App
4. Sharing and Transferring Photos from Your Device
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