Although the NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) is temporarily closed there is still something for you to enjoy during the lockdown.
What about a virtual Tour: SHE-OAK AND SUNLIGHT: AUSTRALIAN IMPRESSIONISM?
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A new “Today at Apple” session shared on the Apple Support YouTube channel explores how to shoot and edit looping videos in
Clips with Romain Laurent and Jahmyra. Continue reading “Even More ‘Today at Apple’”
A new TV show features AUSOM member — Monty Maizels — his inspirational appearance is very early in the show. He impresses the host by his expertise in using Zoom.
The show is “The Hundred with Andy Lee”
Andy Lee is joined in the studio by a panel of Australia’s funniest comedians and a 100 regular Aussies via Zoom to explore the fun behind the facts that make us tick as a nation.
If you missed the first episode you can watch it at 9Now.
At the last few group meetings we have explored making simple animations using Keynote on the iPad.
We explored the ability to animate a simple figure made from shapes. There is more information on AUSOM’s website at:
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Superimpose X is FREE for a short time on the App Store.
This app for the iPad is mentioned frequently at AUSOM’s Digital Photography SIG.
A new “Today at Apple” session shared on the Apple Support YouTube channel explores how to shoot and edit photos in Night mode on an iPhone with the help of photographer Maria Lax and Landon, a Creative at Apple Grand Central in New York City.
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Learn how to draw yourself as a Peanuts character in Pages with the help of The Snoopy Show storyboard artist Krista Porter and Anthony from Today at Apple.
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The Genealogy Special Interest Group combines those two wonderful pastimes of Macintosh computers and Genealogy. We look at how to both research and record your family history using your Mac.
Our discussions include:
What records are available and from where?
Use of the Internet in genealogical research.
Storage of information.
Charts, books etc.
Scanning and including photographs on the family tree
Entering your tree into a computer program.
Following a very successful demonstration at the macOS Intermediate SIG in June, which included restoring files from a Time Machine backup, many members had further queries.
Notes are now available “Inside Time Machine”. These cover many of the questions raised members at the meeting.
These can be downloaded from the link below:
At AUSOM’s Saturday in July there will be a demonstration of various Photo editing apps. See your photograph in full colour, greyscale or black and white.
The Digital Photography SIG is meeting on Saturday 3rd July 3pm.
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