ComicStrip for the iPad

I take a lot of photos and blog. I thought it would great to be able add cations to my photos. I thought- I bet there is an app for that. I did a search, read a few reviews, and chose ComicStrip for .99. This a great app. I took some screen shots of comic strip I made in about 5 minutes.

Pick your layout.

Upload your photos and adjust them. You can zoom in or your photos or rotate them.

Add your captions. You can stretch them out. As you add your text the caption box will grow.

In about 5 minutes I had a great memory that I could save, share, and view.

Share your ComicStrip with Facebook or Twitter.  If you save it to your library you can email your friends or upload to your blog.


Canon PowerShot SX230 HS - In review

The top picture was taken with the Canon PowerShot SX230 HS. Shooting on Auto Mode with fine selected without flash.  The picture below is taken with the iPhone 3gs. 

So I have been shopping for a new camera and was excited about the low light shooting capability of the Canon PowerShot SX230 HS. Most of my pictures are obviously of food and unfortunately restaurants/inside shots have low lighting. The next requirement was the ability to use a SD card. I have a few of them and they are compatible with many of the devices I have. Wanted something compact- small enough to throw in a pocket. So far so good. I purchased the camera at Christian Photo in Urbandale, IA and could not be more pleased with the choice. There was a bit of sticker shock but this camera will get many years of use.


My Tests-

  1. Able to upload pictures to an iPad with the SD Photo accessory.
  2. Able to upload videos with a 640 and 1280HD resolution and play on the iPad. Failed at 1920 resolution.

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