As I said earlier, the size of the item makes a lot of difference when you are traveling by plane. Something else that enters into the decision for me is 'do I have to wait for the item to dry or cure in some way before I can pack it?' The last evening I was there, I signed up for iPad as Photo Art Studio. I must say I was a bit luke warm on the issue. I have an iPad and an iPhone and love them; take a lot of photos and like to post them and have some printed Really didn't have a clue - not a clue - as to how I would create art on an iPad. Oh well, I wouldn't have an item that needed to dry and I had the time so I would take it. It was not late addition to my classes, but a conscious decision that it would be a good way to spend my last night there.
Well, I must say I was absolutely delighted with the results. Learned more about my iPad than I thought was possible and the apps recommended were absolutely delightful.
I googled this morning to see how many apps are out there and apparently it is somewhat over 700,000 apps today - I'm sure more tomorrow.
Catherine Anderson recommended a bunch of apps and I ordered all that she recommended and my total cost was under $15 and a few were free. Very little cost for lots of possibilities.
I will not list her recommended apps because she has gone to lots of trouble finding and learning to use apps and teaches those classes and I believe her class recommendations are proprietary and I will let you either take her class when you have a chance or browse the app store for ones you want to use.
If you get a chance, take her class.
Here are some of the things you can do. (I'm not a professional photographer, but a real excited amateur).
I feel I have just scratched the surface on what I can do, but for the investment in time (about 3 1/2 hours), I certainly go my money's worth!. Very good class and I would urge you to take it if you get a chance.
I certainly have enjoyed sharing my first Art and Soul Experience with you. Everything was wonderful. A special thank you to Marie Kennedy who was waiting for the restaurant to open on my first day of classes and asked me to join her. It was a delightful meeting and if I wasn't excited enough about the event, she really fired me up. Thanks Marie.