Are you looking for photography apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
ChatterPix Kids– The ChatterPix app lets you use still images taken with your phone’s camera, record your voice over them, and make them chatter! This free app does not collect any personal data, and it does not contain any third-party ads or in-app purchases. Suitable for children between the ages of 6 and 12.
Safari Party– Safari Party is a new puzzle game of match-4 action in which the player takes on the character of a photographer who travels around the universe. As the photographer character, you must take as many photos as you can of four animals of a kind either in a group of 4 or individual animals. Note that the larger the group, the higher the score. There are fixed scores required to advance from each level and move to the next stage.
Nutshell Camera– Take three pictures, edit them with fun cartoons and captions, kick back, and watch Nutshell as it turns your pictures into an exciting, shareable short film in a matter of seconds. Nutshell creates the video with your images in the beginning, middle, and end of the movie. It makes the images the keyframes of the video, but you don’t have to know that because Nutshell has simplified it for you; it delivers the power of visual creative freedom at your fingertips, sort of like Instagram does with videos.
Comic Life– This is an easy-to-use, fun, and quick app useful for creating picture comics. The look and function of the iPhone OS device variant have been changed to give you full control over pictures taken with your camera or imported from the photo library.
Comic Book Camera– This application enables users to create comics and animated photos using their camera phone or pictures from their phone’s file manager. The process can be done in a short time using the user’s preferences for filters and how texts are displayed.