A picture is worth a thousand words, so why not use visuals to help tell your story? Take a look at this amazing mural on Manhattan's 7th Avenue that we just had to photograph and see how a digital whiteboard can be used to do just that!
The steps below will show you all of the ways you can use Explain Everything Whiteboard to transform a picture however you like.
Step 1. Take the pictures and add them to the canvas of your whiteboard
- Select Add Media and then tap Picture. The camera will open so you can take a picture on the spot. Alternately, select Add Media and then Existing Image/Video to choose your favourite photo(s) from your camera roll.
- Edit the image anyway you like — you can flip it upside down, doodle on it, add text or even tap Record to add your own commentary while doodling.
- When you’re done with this step, see the next steps to edit your image further, or simply save your photo and Share it with others!
If you want to keep on editing, follow steps 2-4 to find out how.
Step 2. Cut each scene out from the larger picture
The Cutout tool copies the selected area. Use your pen and finger at the same time for good control over what you select. Now you can work on each cutout section separately!
Step 3. Arrange the timeline with the Hand tool
Using the Hand tool , move all of the items you've created around however you wish.
Step 4. Add some structure
Use the Zoom tool to move around and expand the canvas space if you need. Group objects with the Inspector if you'd like to have them together.
Now, doesn't that look great?