Assignment Generator Apps

November 15, 2012 at 2:30 pm  •  Posted in New Products by

Learnphoto.ca has launched two new photography apps: the Photography Assignment Generator App for SLR Photographers and the iPhotography Assignment Generator App for iPhone/iPod touch shooters. They have a free version available to try out.

From their press information:
Whether you are taking on a 365 day photo challenge or just looking for inspiration, these apps will be just perfect for you. While most apps on the app store let you DO things to the photographs you taken, like add text, borders, filters, or special effects, these apps are about ideas for TAKING photographs.

Photography Assignment Generator For SLR Features:

OVER 100 INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENTS AND THOUSANDS OF POTENTIAL RANDOM ONES! Everything from camera settings, rules of composition, creative shooting techniques, photographing people, landscape and nature, and more subjects! Random objects and places, combined with techniques, environments, offer you hundreds of thousands of possibilities! The scavenger hunt assignment gives you lists of terms to find with your camera…with MILLIONS of possible combinations! You can choose from the list, or have the app give you one at random!

OVER 700 EXAMPLE IMAGES
Each assignment has a series of example images to demonstrate the technique or inspire you!

Get it on the app store here.

iPhotography Assignment Generator for iPhone/iPod Touches:

OVER 75 INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENTS AND THOUSANDS OF POTENTIAL RANDOM ONES!
Tailored to shooting with your iPhone/iPod, assignments range from the rules of composition, creative shooting techniques, photographing people, landscape and nature, and more subjects! Random objects and places, combined with techniques, environments, offer you hundreds of thousands of possibilities! The scavenger hunt assignment gives you lists of terms to find with your camera…with MILLIONS of possible combinations! You can choose from the list, or have the app give you one at random! Each assignment has a series of example images to demonstrate the technique or inspire you, with over 500 images in the app in total.

CAMERA TIPS/CAMERA+/INSTAGRAM TUTORIALS
The app includes tutorials on getting better photos with your iPhone/iPod touch, as well as popular apps.

Get it on the app store here.

FEATURES OF BOTH

DAILY REMINDER
Taking part in a 365 day challenge?  Get the app to send you a reminder each day to get your photo assignment to keep you on track.

NO NETWORK REQUIRED!
The app is completely self-contained and does not require a wifi or network connection.  No matter where you are, you can always get an assignment. NOTE: Due to the huge amount of content, the app must be downloaded over wi-fi or through iTunes on your computer.

VIDEO TOURS
Take a quick tour of the apps and their features by watching my online tour videos here.

FREE VERSION
As a firm believe that people should be able to try before they buy, there is also a FREE version of the full app that contains just a fraction of the assignments available in the full paid version…but should be enough to make you want it all! It is from the full SLR version, but is basically the same as the iPhone/iPod version, so it would work for both.

Get it on the app store here.

ABOUT NOEL

Noel Chenier is an award winning photographer based in Saint John, New Brunswick.

He received a Diploma of Fine Craft in Photography in 1997 from the NB College of Craft and Design. Soon after graduating, Noel was hired by the New Brunswick Telegraph Journal, the provincial daily newspaper, as their staff photographer. Over his career, he has covered a broad range of subjects, from peace keeping in war torn Bosnia, Kosovar Refugees, royal visits, major sporting events, and daily. Noel’s work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, online, and exhibited across the world.

His work has won 3 Atlantic Journalism Awards for Feature and Spot News Photography, with six other nominations. Noel’s portfolio can be viewed at www.noelchenier.ca.

Noel is also a part-time photography instructor, having taught and lectured at New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, the University of New Brunswick, and St Thomas University, as well as courses for the general public. Noel has a Bachelor of Adult Education and a Masters of Education from the University of New Brunswick. To find out more info on his courses and see some of the great work done by his students, head to www.learnphoto.ca.

2 Comments

  1. Jim Winters / November 16, 2012 at 10:37 am /

    Looks like great app, I will have check them out!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Does photolife review apps? would love to hear what your experts think about it.
    Thanks for a great magazine! Love seeing the work of Canadian photographers!

    • Jenny / November 19, 2012 at 2:56 pm /

      Glad you like the magazine! And for the app, there’s a free version that allows people to check it out before buying here.

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