Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Using effects groups, part of iPhoto for iOS Essential Training.
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…In addition to the exposure and color effects, which are more commonly…used to enhance and improve their appearance of your photos, iPhoto also…comes with a large set of effects, which you can apply to…your photos to change their appearance, in much more artistic and substantial ways.…As always, start by selecting a photo to work with.…Then tap Effects.…That opens this collection of effects groups.…Each one of these nine groups, is used to apply a specific look to your photo.…Let's check them out from top to bottom.…At the top we have the inkstrip, this is used to make your photo look like it…was kind of hand sketched or hand painted,…depending on which of the six styles you select.…
I'll tap the first one to get us started.…So, that's out of this rough canvas looking board to the edges…of the image, and it's also faded the saturation of the colors.…Anytime you select an effect, it's…controls or options appear below the image.…So by tapping these other canvas types, I can sample what they look like.…And I think in this case I like the first one.…
In this course, lynda.com senior staff author Garrick Chow details the features and capabilities of iPhone for iOS, sharing tips for enhancing and sharing photos along the way. Learn how to examine photos, mark the keepers and delete the duds, improve the overall look of your photos with its arsenal of editing tools, fix problems like red eye and dark areas, and share images with friends and family. Garrick will even show you how to order a printed photo book straight from Apple.
NOTE: With the release of iOS 8, Apple has discontinued iPhoto for iOS. Therefore, iPhoto will not launch in iOS 8, and any existing iPhoto data will be migrated into the Photos app when upgrading to iOS 8. For more information on the migration process, see this documentation.
- Flagging, favoriting, and tagging photos
- Cropping and straightening
- Adjusting exposure, color, and white balance
- Fixing red eyes
- Repairing specific areas of an image
- Mailing and texting photos
- Sending photos to other apps
- Assembling and sharing slideshows
- Ordering prints