Magazine article Teach

Photography

Magazine article Teach

Photography

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Kids today are often capturing regular snapshots with a device and sharing them with their friends. Help inspire students' imagination and self-expression by turning devices into photo studios. These apps will take photos to the next level and spark student creativity.

Crayola Lights, Camera, Color!

(iOS - Free)

Kids become the focus of their own coloring page with the Crayola Lights, Camera, Color app. Users snap a photo with a device and the app then drains the colour from the picture and turns it into a colouring book page. Pages can be saved and shared through email or social media.

Hipstamatic

(iOS - $3.99 CAD)

This photography app is for more advanced photo snappers. The purpose of the app is to add filters and other editing controls to your iPhone camera. Users can choose the overall mood of the image with Hipstamatic's signature lenses, films and flashes, then fine-tune the image with extensive editing tools.

The app features a full darkroom editing suite, that is great for users who want the ability to tinker with photos in a realistic way or learn photo editing skills. Hipstamatic allows users to shoot in Classic mode, creating analog photos, or Pro Mode, for more control and options. Images can be posted to numerous social media feeds.

SnapQuest

(iOS - Free)

SnapQuest is like a photo scavenger hunt. It is a free iOS app designed for kids ages 6 to 8. The app features 12 quests, each with a different theme or location. Within each quest, kids will find a list of items to photograph in order to complete their hunt. …

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