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Monday, 18 March 2013

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Alison

Thanks for this Alexa...a gentle reminder of our session in MK is just what I needed...I am just waiting for my adaptor to arrive (the REAL thing this time!) and then can start transferring from my camera..I shall be following avidly!
Alison xx

Cheri

I feel so behind the times. I use a blackberry (work issued) and don't have an iPhone or Android phone. I don't have an iPad or tablet. I just inherited my husbands old Kindle Fire because he bought himself a tablet. Guess I'm stuck toting around my super heavy laptop!

Miriam

This is just the push I need, can't wait to play. Thank you x

Becky

This all looks really interesting! Will be following these posts and hoping to do some scrapbooking with my ipad. I have the adaptor - arrived last week, now need to find the cable to connect my camera to the adaptor!

Gail

This is really interesting Alexis. I'm saving this right to my favourites so I can easily find it again. I'm looking forward to your other posts. Hopefully this will be a way I can do something with the pictures I've taken with the iPad and not just my camera ones. :)

Debs

Having recently become the proud owner of an ipad and already having an iphone, I can't wait for this information to experiment with. Thank you so much for doing a tutorial!

fay

Brilliant tutorial Alexa. This isn't something I normally do but have bookmarked to come back too. Looking forward to the next installment.

Louise

This is great Alexa - I am book marking and revisiting when I have time to absorb x

Wanda

This is an AMAZING post! I'm a recent convert to iPhone and updated to an iPad mini a few months ago. I love the iCloud connectivity and convenience they offer--plus they are just plain cool! You, however, have presented a new opportunity/challenge to productively use these devices for something above/beyond the norm. I'll be keeping an eye out for updates on this project.

BTW, I love your phone cover!

Karen Walker

I've been waiting with baited breath for this series of posts to begin. I think I have everything I need except Keynote, but that will be easy to get. Believe it or not, I don't know how to sync my photos from my iPhone to my iMac, so there's something I definitely want to know how to do.

Amy

I am such a dinosaur ... my scrapping is done at a desktop, in fact, all of my computering is! There is so much more than photoshop out there and I have found your post fascinating, I really will need to sort out a few technological advancements!

Linda

Oh gosh! I am such a dinosaur too! I do all my computing from my laptop, I don't have anything 'i', and have never scrapped digitally!

Paul B

Great insight into how you scrapbook on the move. I love using Snapseed though I suspect you've delved into it's use far better than me. I've recently downloaded PIc-Tap-Go which is pretty good. PicFX is very similar to how Photoshop works, with adding editable layers but I haven't quite mastered it yet. Looking forward to the next chapter in this series :) Px

Melissa

Interesting information! I've just started using my iPhone more for photos, but still send them to the computer to be printed for traditional layouts.

Honoré

Eagerly awaiting the second installment and all those that follow. Off to install snapseed and play around with it. this is going to be great fun and can't wait to learn some of your magic! wheee!
cheers~

Ginny

Hi Alexa,
I've been lurking here on your blog for ages, but I just had to comment on this post. Love it!! I have all the tools you have suggested, so I can't wait to learn more about how to use them. I have always thought there must be a way to simply 'scrapbook' on the go, but as I only resorted to searching for 'scrapbooking' through the app store, I have never come up with a satisfactory solution. I like your ideas though. And your finished products so far look wonderful.
I will be most interested to read about Keynote and it's file formats. How do you go about printing? I would prefer to create something now and then save it to print later. Can you create a JPEG in Keynote? ...just the ideas running through my head...
Thanks so much for sharing, look forward to reading more.
Ginny

Fiona@staring at the sea

It's amazing what you can do on the go. I don't have an ipad or iphone, but will have a look at Snapseed for my HTC :o) It's always interesting to read about technological advancements and I love your phone case xx

Jo

wow Alexa, this is a really very helpful post. I have learnt loads
Jo xxx

rinda

This is fantastic Alexa. I've been experimenting with numbers 1 and 2 this month, but still need some help with snap seed. And it's going to be a while before I get to step 3. But I really appreciate this.
Rinda

Clair

I'm loving this series, Alexa! I have a little Nokia and it's so useful for keeping track of Project Life notes, photographs and little snippets of life. Hopefully, your tutorials will help me to make the most of them all x

Sharon

Hi Alexa, I've just come back to re read these posts re scrapping using ipad. I've been toying with simple collage makers but they don't seem to be high resolution enough to print into a photo book. Does using keynote give a high res result? thanks!

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