Using the iPad apps PicPlayPost and Phoster / Photo 3 – (January 3)
Adios Capri Pants
Today’s photo is of some pink capri pants to be donated. I took a picture of them on the floor. Then I put them into PicPlayPost which is a simple program that has oodles of design templates to choose from. Pick a template and then plop your photos into the design. What could be easier? After putting in the photo of the pants and rotating it a bit, I added a photo of some roses that a coworker gave me some time ago that I have on my camera roll. I saved the photo to my camera roll.
Next I opened up Phoster. Phoster only lets you put one photo in, so that is why I used PicPlayPost to combine my two photos into one. I used the “Men Don’t Protect You Anymore” template, changing the words, the location of the words, and also the fonts a bit, and then filtered it with the Grid filter within Phoster. Very easy.
These two iPad apps are great for K12 students to make posters or use in their digital projects.
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Adios capri pants!