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How can you markup photos on the iPad
- Open the Photos app and choose the photo you want to annotate or draw onto (NOTE: students can take a photo, or search and save a photo)
- Tap the photo to reveal the toolbars, and then tap 'Edit '
- Now tap the “(•••)” button to show additional editing options
- Choose “Markup” from the additional editing options
- Use the markup tools to draw, write, emphasize, and scribble on the photo using the available options:
- Drawing (the pen / highlighter / pencil icons) – draw with your finger using any of the colors shown on screen, you can also adjust the thickness and opacity of the lines
- Eraser - erase drawings
- Lasso - trace around the drawings you have marked up on the photo to select them and move them on the image
- Undo (blue icon far left) -
- Plus (blue icon far right) -
- Emphasize (the magnifying glass over a letter icon) – emphasize or magnify a portion of the picture
- Write text (the T text icon) – place text on the picture and type
- Draw shapes
- Signature - insert a pre-saved signature
- Click done to save changes to the image/photo
You might ask your students to …..
- Science: Take a photo of science experiment set up and annotate (label equipment label and highlight safety)
- Math: Take a photo of real life object and mark up angles/shapes/area
- Art: Take photo of ordinary objects and bring them to life
- Languages: Label objects/people/place in the photos using appropriate language
- English: Open a photo of a scene from movie/play and annotate characters, plot, techniques.
- Humanities: Open a photo of wartime poster and annotate
- HPE: Label a photo of a sporting stance or parts of a human body system.
- T&E: Take a photo of a robot and label the input sensors, processor and output components