How to do your photo essay by Michael Bailey and Evan Hatter. Using software that is very simple to use and easy to access. Essentials. Photos Software to make project Background music (optional) Method to record your voice and insert it into your project Microphone.
How to do your photo essay by Michael Bailey and Evan Hatter
Using software that is very simple to use and easy to access.
Freeware available on Windows only.
Available on the machines in lab 22.
Determine where the pictures you want to use are. If you find them on the internet, save them to your H: drive.
Select the pictures you’re going to use. To select multiple pictures at one time, hold control (Ctrl) while clicking on them.
Text formatting, text justification and text placement
You may also add preset effects to your pictures.
Record your narration here
You can customize how your slides transition between each other
Available for Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android
Lite version available for free (30 second limit), Plus package available for $5 per month (10 minute limit), on iTunes App Store, Google Play and online.
Available for Windows only. $600 from Sony.
Version available on most machines in lab 22.
This software is slightly more complicated than it’s more user-friendly counterparts.
Available for Windows only. Free program, available for download, pretty straight forward.
Must have Windows 7 or 8.
Available online. Free program, pretty straight forward, most here have used it before (if you had Schwarz).
Available for Mac only. Comes with the iLife software package. Free with all Mac computers running OS X 10.6 or higher. Also available for download.