How to Adjust Photo Lighting with Google Photos on Pixel – By Joe Fedewa howtogeek.com
Lighting is, arguably, the most important ingredient when it comes to taking a good photo. If you have a Pixel phone, you can fix lighting after the fact with a feature in Google Photos called Portrait Light.
How to use Google Photos in 2020 – By 6 Months Later Reviews youtube.com
Google Photos – what it is, how to use it, the core features, some common scenarios for using it, a deep dive into shared albums and how to use them with Google Assistant Displays
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How to Get the Best Photo Prints from Drug Store Printers – By Harry Guinness howtogeek.com
There’s nothing quite like a printed photo. No electronic screensaver or digital photo frame can ever truly replace a cherished photo stuck to the door of the refrigerator or framed on the mantlepiece. And even if you don’t particularly like building a collage above your bed, a few well-chosen printed photos make a great gift.
Why People Look Different in Photos Taken with Different Lenses – By Harry Guinness howtogeek.com
If you’ve ever taken a close-up portrait of someone with your smartphone’s wide-angle lens, you might have noticed they look a little . . . off. Maybe their nose seemed a bit big, or their face was just a tad too wide. You weren’t imagining it.
Google Photos vs Amazon Photos – Which free photo app is the best? – By dottotech youtube.com
Is Google Photos better than Amazon Photos? Which is better for the average person, photographers, video makers?
Google Photos trash folder gets upgraded w/ timeline – By Ben Schoon 9to5google.com
Google Photos just turned 5 years old last week and continues to be one of the company’s best apps. Now, Google Photos is upgrading the trash folder with a message that tells you when photos will be deleted for good.
Google Photos now available in US – By Taylor Kerns androidpolice.com
Late last year, Facebook announced a tool to let users easily migrate their uploaded photos to Google Photos. The tool was initially available in Ireland, with plans to expand to more countries in the first half of this year. The social network has made good on those plans, and the tool is now available in the US and Canada.
How to edit photos and video on a Chromebook – By Edgar Cervantes androidauthority.com
A Chromebook is an excellent and (often) cheap alternative to most laptops running Windows or macOS. However, the common consensus is that you can’t really edit photos and videos on a Chromebook effectively.
Google Photos adds text selection prompt on mobile and upload origin information on the web – By Manuel Vonau androidpolice.com
Google Photos is already a solid product and has only recently received a massive facelift that's still not rolling out widely. But there are always little things that can be improved upon, and recently, two have surfaced: The Photos app now shows you toasts that let you quickly copy texts from images while the web interface allows you to see where you've uploaded a given photo from.
Google Photos tips, tricks, and problems solved – By androidpit.com
Google Photos is a powerful app for managing, securing, editing and sharing your smartphone photos. So it is more than just a traditional gallery app. We'll show you some exciting features. Here the best tips and tricks for Google Photos.
Major Google Photos redesign removes hamburger menu and moves search to bottom bar – By Pranob Mehrotra xda-developers.com
Google offers a variety of different apps on the Play Store and while a lot of these apps are pretty great, none of them stack up to the might of Google Photos. The machine learning-powered gallery app from Google offers a ton of useful features and Google keeps on improving the app with more features ever so often. However, the app hasn’t received a UI refresh in quite some time. Google rolled out the last redesign for the app all the way back in September 2018, which brought Google’s Material Theme to the app. Since then, we’ve only seen one significant change in the app’s UI — a new account switching gesture that was released late last year.
How to use Google Photos in 2020 – By 6 Months Later Reviews youtube.com VIDEO
Google Photos – what it is, how to use it, the core features, some common scenarios for using it, a deep dive into shared albums and how to use them with Google Assistant Displays.
Why You Should Disable iCloud Photo Library (& What to Use Instead) By youtube.com TheUnlockr VIDEO
One of the new features in iOS called iCloud Photo Library is definitely not helping. This feature, while in theory, allows you to backup all of your photos and videos on any of your iOS or MacOS devices to the cloud, takes up precious iCloud storage and adds up really quickly. Most people I know have run out of storage just from iCloud backups (another issue I have with iOS, but I digress) so adding this is almost a sure-fire way to guarantee you run out of iCloud storage.
How to edit photos on your smartphone using Google Photos – By Gadgets Now Bureau gadgetsnow.com
Many people out there run through a couple of images before finally sharing the selected one/s on Instagram, Facebook or other social media platforms. At times, one can’t find any worthy photos and may be compelled to edit before putting them on social platforms. Although, there are many third-party apps — both paid and free — using which one can edit his/her photos. But if you don’t want to install any such app, then Google Photos app has built-in feature to edit photos. Using this feature, one can add filters, crop photos and more. As the Google Photos app is available for both Android and iOS running devices, this tool can be used by both mobile platform users.
5 Google Photos features every user must know – By hindustantimes.com
Google Photos is basically a backup application by search giant Google. It allows users free and unlimited storage for photos up to 16-megapixel and videos up to 1080p resolution.
How to Send, Save, Block, and Report Messages in Google Photos – By lifehacker.com
Google Photos has received several big updates recently, but now the app has a full-on messaging service that you can use to swap photos and carry on conversations between your contacts.