- Using basic camera controls
- Optical zoom versus digital zoom
- Using night mode
- Shooting slow motion and time-lapse video
- Organizing with the photo app
- Creating and editing albums
- Cropping, rotating, and straightening photos
- Editing videos
- Revealing video captured outside the frame
- Sharing and transferring photos
- Managing shared albums
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Sean] Creating good photos with your iPhone or iPad isn't just about the hardware or the device. It's also about understanding the iOS software that powers it. So you can capture the photos that you want, rather than settling for the default way the camera sees the scene. Understanding and taking advantage of the many photo features in iOS 13 will help you take better photos and videos with the native camera app and with the organizational and editing tools in the photos app, you'll be able to enjoy them more. In my LinkedIn Learning course, I take a detailed look at the many photo features in iOS 13, including some of the significant new editions that are possible with the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, as well as how traditional photography concepts, such as controlling exposure, relate to the iPhone. The goal is to help you understand how to get the most from the camera that's always with you and take your photos further with the image editing, organizing and sharing possibilities in the iPhone or iPad. So join me, Sean Duggan, in my course, "iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 13."
Simple Photo Edits On Your Phonewith Tracey Clark1h 48m Intermediate
Editing Macro Flower Photographswith Susan Varnum49m 50s Intermediate
What you should know1m 17s
1. How to Use the Camera App
2. Organize with the Photos App
3. Edit with the Photos App
4. Share and Transfer Photos
Next steps1m 28s
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