Want to learn how to take your photography to the next level by editing your photos on your iPad or iPhone? Although the Mac version of Photos has more editing features, that doesn’t mean Apple left the iPad and iPhone out! Apple’s Photos app in these devices has some great tools to help you improve your photos!
In this class, you’ll learn how to use the powerful photo editing tools in Photos that come with your iPad and iPhone. You’ll learn how to adjust exposure, color, and composition to create stunning images that will impress your friends and followers.
I will guide you through the process of editing photos on your iPad and iPhone, from the basics to more advanced techniques. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced photographer, you’ll come away with the skills you need to take your photos to the next level.
Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your photography skills. Sign up for our class on editing photos on the iPad and iPhone today!
Please note: Even though the Photos app has great features for organizing and sharing your photos, in this class I will be focusing on editing your photos.
- 00:00:00 – Start
- 00:00:53 – Introduction
- 00:03:32 – Edit Layout in Photos on the iPad and iPhone
- 00:13:01 – How to Duplicate a Photo before Edits on the iPad and iPhone
- 00:18:29 – How to use Auto Enhance in Photos on the iPad and iPhone
- 00:23:58 – Make Adjustments to your Photos and Videos on the iPad and iPhone
- 00:34:39 – Add Filters to Photos and Videos on the iPad and iPhone
- 00:39:38 – Copy Edits from one Photo and Apply it to Another
- 00:46:14 – How to Use Auto Enhance for individual Adjustments
- 00:48:34 – How to Crop and Straighten Photos and Videos on the iPad & iPhone
- 01:03:09 – How to Edit Live Photos on the iPad and iPhone
- 01:15:39 – Edit Portrait Photos on the iPad and iPhone
- 01:21:25 – Trim Videos on the iPad and iPhone
- 01:24:46 – How to Markup Photos on the iPad and iPhone
- 01:37:10 – Conclusion
- Lobby: Doors Open (Meeting is open) 15 minutes before. I call this the Lobby where we can mingle and greet each other. This portion is not recorded.
- Event: The event starts at the top of the hour. I will sometimes have about 5 minutes of who I am for new guests before I start on the meeting topic. I try to spend about an hour on the topic. Sometimes this can go a bit longer, but my goal is to keep it an hour.
- Afterglow: This is more mingling time after the meeting where we can cover different topics. Sometime this is relatively short, and other times it can be a bit longer.