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Joshua Dubois is a professional videographer and editor. He graduated with degrees in video, film and communications from the University of Kansas in 2004 and has five years of professional video experience, including work in NYC and Washington DC. His short and feature films have won multiple awards and screened at international film festivals. He has seven years of experience editing on Final Cut Studio and also has expertise in Adobe Creative Suite.
In addition to videography, Joshua was a professional bartender and bartended in several bars including The Pub in Brooklyn NY and Fatso's in Lawrence, Kansas.
How to do a Screen Capture on an iPhone
iPhone expert Joshua Dubois demonstrates how to do a screen capture on an iPhone.
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Josh Dubois: Hi! I am Josh Dubois, and today we're talking about the 3G iPhone and the Software Release 2.0.
Right now I am going to show you how to do a really cool trick on the new iPhone. If you want to do a screen capture of whatever you have on the screen, simply hold down your Home button, and then just then click that button once. And what does it do? Go to Photos - Camera Roll, and sure enough there is a screen graph.
Now what do you use this for? Well, it can be used for a lot of different things, but one of the things that it can be really useful for is if you are having your iPhone behave really, really weird and you want to show the Apple tech support exactly what it's doing, if you can get the phone to do that function right then, then you will be able to take in that picture and show exactly what your phone is doing when it's acting weird. It's still really cool trick I learned for an iPhone.