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iPhoneography for the Classroom

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Today's mobile devices have cameras that rival the image quality of more expensive traditional cameras. Amid concerns about copyright and digital citizenship, students can use these devices to capture their own images for presentations and digital story telling projects. In this presentation, you will learn about a variety of apps for capturing, editing, and sharing photos taken with a mobile device, as well as tips and tricks for improving the quality of your mobile photography. Join Dr. Luis Perez, a legally blind photographer, as he shares his own personal workflow for processing each image he takes with his iPhone, with before and after examples from his personal portfolio. Classroom applications for mobile photography will also be discussed.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, February 8, 2014 @ 3:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, Digital Storytelling, Mobile Learning Intermediate , Personal Enrichment, Special Education
Tags: digital storytelling, image editing, images, iPhones, mobile learning, photography, photos, sharing photos

Reviews (35)

Full Member
Great recommendations and information, Thank you!
Full Member
Very informative webinar.
Full Member
Great webinar!
I am not to technological person and I have learn a lot in this webinar how to make easy photos in order to connect learning with reality! I love it! Thanks!
Full Member
Well done, and so apropos.
Basic Member
Wonderful ideas for engaging students. Thanks!
Basic Member
The audio was AWFUL!!! You can't really hear much of anything he says.
Basic Member
Great ideas and another reason phones should be used in schools for the benefit of students.
Full Member
Fantastic! I LOVE that this is solely through the use of a mobile device without ever having to go back to the PC/Mac! SO many students have these tools and therefore the cost does not need to come from our limited budgets. The quick reference of apps but limited apps is priceless! I would love to be able to purchase a set of class lenses! I love the idea of having students use the "grid" to learn the rule of thirds and to take straight intentional photos! I also found it interesting that Luis is visually impaired and using the phone camera as his main source vs the traditional camera...this is a perfect correlation for a specific student I have! I cant wait to try this in the classroom!
Basic Member
Thank you for all the great resources.
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