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Salisbury — Aug 29th 2017

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Brian showed some features of the cameras on iPods and iPads (all the features can be found on iPhone as well but not shown) our portable Mac have two cameras a still and a movie camera. a facing camera is the iSight and the front camera both are high quality you can take photos and movies on both.

The still camera will take a single shots but holding the shutter down longer and… Read more…

Dorchester — Aug 8th 2017

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After our Q&A slot, Mick explained how the Photos apps on both Mac OS and IOS work together with iCloud with its options: iCloud Photo Library, Photo Stream and Photo Sharing.

Using iCloud Photo Library ensures that every photo or video“taken on each connected device is uploaded to iCloud Library in the full original format including Camera Raw files. Devices with iCloud Photo library turned on have access to… Read more…

Salisbury — Jul 25th 2017

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After a short Q&A

Mick presented, Photos, he compared iCloud Photo Library and My Photo Stream. iCloud Photo Library will uploaded all your photos to all devices.
When using iCloud Photo Library in iOS, the 'Camera Roll' folder is replaced with 'All Photos', and 'My Photo Stream' is moved into All Photos'. edited photos in iCloud Photo Library, will also appear on your other Mac devices.
He told us… Read more…

Bournemouth — Jul 18th 2017

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A select group of 8 members braved the thunderstorm and gathered to hear Tony talk about using still photos in movies, specifically using iMovie.

Tony talked about the issues of integrating still photos into a movie where the image is a fixed shape (different from most still cameras) and expected to move, so a still photo following a video clip can be jarring. There is also a problem with stills shot in portrait mode… Read more…

Dorchester — Jul 11th 2017

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Guest speaker and professional photographer Clive Whaley offered our audience (38 members) stunning photos using an iPhone and explained his concepts and methods. A serious runner, Clive can easily take a good camera with him by carrying his iPhone in an arm band. His runs take him along our wonderful coastline and many of the photos were in familiar settings such as West Bay, often including people whether in groups or singly, always catching the… Read more…

Fareham — Jul 8th 2017

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Ten members attended this month's meeting.

Mick gave us a talk about three features relating to photos, first he compared iCloud Photo Library and My Photo Stream.
iCloud Photo Library uploads all photos on all devices, however My Photo Stream will only upload recent photos taken within the last 30 days or up to 1000 photos. When using iCloud Photo Library in iOS, the 'Camera Roll' folder is replaced with 'All Photos… Read more…

Beaminster — Jul 4th 2017

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A smaller than usual attendance of 12 was proof that on summer evenings it is sometimes more attractive to be out and about or having a barbecue!
There were two presentations - a very brief one by Michael, giving the case for using the keyboard instead of the cursor to carry out a number of actions on a Mac. The least known at Ctrl+T which will swap the letters on either side of the cursor… Read more…

Salisbury — Jun 27th 2017

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Euan Williams gave us a very interesting presentation about type, logos and layout, and the influence of printing technology on design, “Twiddling Type”.

After some conceptual quotations from several leading European type designers he discussed line and letter spacing options in Apple’s Pages application showing how adjustments to leading, kerning and column width can make the words read and fit better. Some advanced typographic features within the professional QuarkXpress… Read more…

Bournemouth — Jun 20th 2017

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Mick gave us a talk on handling photos, aimed at those of us who have loads! We first of all looked at Apple's iCloud offerings - iCloud Photo Library, My Photo Stream and iCloud Photo Sharing. There were lots of questions as the talk progressed, people clearing up their misunderstandings or making sure they'd grasped it. He then went on to cover freeing up space on your device - perhaps not needed as much on a Mac… Read more…

Dorchester — Jun 13th 2017

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David M related the difficulties (but ultimate success) experienced in transferring the May meeting video to DVD. When the video was played in Quicktime, the .AVI Format recording appeared to have stalled about 35 minutes into the take. Euan had all sorts of problems with ‘corrupt’ frames trying to edit the video in iMovie. However when the video was converted using “Aimersoft Video Ultimate Converter” to MP4 not only did it… Read more…
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