Flipbook Tutorial – Using Only an iPhone

Flipbook Tutorial

Flipbooks are a great way to showcase your product images or branding photos. They are also an easy way to turn static images into engaging videos for your website or social media. In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a flipbook using only an iPhone. This tutorial utilized the Keynote app, so it can also be done on an iPad or Mac computer.

Take a look at some flipbooks in action on my Instagram account to get an idea of how they work. This examples were made importing the flipboks into Canva and creating background graphics. Can you imagine using it to make a scroll-stopping catalog for your products or designs?

Watch the video below to learn how to make a custom flipbook, in little time. And as a bonus, you will actually be able to use this Keynote presentation as a template. Just copy your presentation and change the images and your next flipbook can be made in even less time! You can thank me later!

Let me know if you test out this tutorial! If you share your flipbook to Instagram, be sure to tag me @annmarie.gustafson.

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