5 Good Photo and Video Journalling Apps for Teachers
Below is a collection of some good iPad apps you can use for photo or video journalling. Whether you want to immortalize those teachable moments that stand out to you the most or you want to chronicle those important details of your daily life, the apps below are definitely a good place to start with. Of course you can do photo or video journalling using the camera and the default video app that comes with your iOS device but these apps add an extra layer of functionalities that will tremendously enhance your journalling experience. For instance, with few clicks you can combine your photos into time-laps videos, create animated GIFs, make a movie out of your pictures, add captured photos to your calendar and many more. We invite you to check them out and share with us your feedback.
1- Leap Second
‘Leap Second is the only one-second video app you’ll ever need! Capture your favourite memories and showcase the finest moments of your life in style. We make it super easy to trim your videos and stitch them together to form a mini montage of your life. Remember, every second counts!’2- Close-up, daily selfies
‘Close-up reminds you to take a photo of yourself each day and lets you make time-lapse videos or GIFs. Photos can be backed up and synched using Dropbox and geotagged with Foursquare.’3- Stop Motion Studio
‘Create beautiful stop motion animated movies anywhere instantly on your device. Everything you need is right at your fingertips. No computer needed. It’s simple to use, deceptively powerful and insanely fun to play with. Create fantastic movies your friends will enjoy or share it with the world on YouTube, Facebook and other sites. Cool themes, titles and sound effects are easy to add, too.’4- Project 365
‘Take a picture every day of the year, become a better photographer and never forget a day in your life.’5- Daily Snap
‘Turn your daily snaps into a stunning movie. Watch your life transforms, relive best moments and share your movie, super simple. You are the life director.’