This is a basic checklist that covers some of the fundamentals in using an iPad.
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’”
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.
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.Continue reading “Today at Apple”
Apple or other?
In AUSOM News June 2021 (available for download here) an author wrote:
“I recently replaced my iPad Pro 12.9” (1st generation) with a more recent device. My 1st generation Apple Pencil wouldn’t work with the new iPad so I was now looking at $199 for a new Apple Pencil.Continue reading “A pencil for my iPad?”
• Individual one to one sessions at Saturday meetings, or
• iPhone SIG at 2:30pm at Saturday meetings, or
• iPad Coach SIG at 1:30pm at Saturday meetings, or
• AUSOM members can obtain assistance from volunteers listed here.
email: email@example.com for further details
Some settings in iOS MAY be changed when you update to iOS14.
A lot of apps report your location or feed data to others even apple and benefit others not you.
The first video suggests 11 settings you need to turn OFF
The second video suggests 8 settings that are beneficial to have turned on
Do you find the text within AUSOM News too small on your iPad? Reading it within Safari or if you are reading it within the Books app you will initially be faced with a full page with text that may be too small.
One way of enlarging the area within most of the 2-column articles is to double-tap on the area you would like to expand.
In the image above double-tap in the area circled results in the image below.
A double-tap on the ‘expanded’ screen will take you back to a full-page view.
If the double-tap method does not work you may need to place two fingers on the screen near each other. Spread them apart to zoom in, or move them toward each other to zoom out.
Again through your library cards. Check the website of the library of your choice to see if they support the service.See it on the App Store at https://apps.apple.com/au/app/pressreader/id313904711
An AUSOM member wrote the following after reading the article — ‘Using the iPad app Distressed FX‘ — by Bill Oldham in AUSOM News, June 2020 (here).
“I watched three Youtube tutorials on Distressed FX. Two by the creator.
“I really like the fact that it is more about creating an artwork from your photographs. It is not about manipulating a photo to correct, enhance or fabricate a new reality. It is pure creativity in producing a piece of artwork. There are no rules or paradigms.”