How to See When and Where a Photo Was Taken From Within a Google Photos Memory – By Jake Peterson Lifehacker
Google Photo’s Memories are one of the fun consequences of handing our photo collections over to AI; the feature groups photos and videos together to give you a unique look at a certain day, time of year, or event in your life. The only problem with this feature—in the past, anyway—was that you needed to leave the Photos memory and find the picture in your library to refresh your memory about simple facts like when and where you took it.
How to upload to Google Photos – By Robert Irvine Tom’s Guide
It’s important to know how to upload to Google Photos, especially if you take lots of photos on your phone. After all, you don’t want to lose all your precious pictures if your device is lost, stolen or broken.
Make use of Google’s machine learning technologies and other advanced search tools to make it easier to sort your photos and videos into albums in Google Photos.
Google Photo – Share Photos & Videos
Send a link or share with any of your contacts, even if they don’t use Google Photos.
- Open the Google Photos.
- Select a photo, album, or video.
- Tap the Share icon.
- In the “Send in Google Photos” bottom left, choose “Create Link”.
- Create the link and copy it.
- In your email account, open “Compose an Email,” address the message, complete the subject line, paste the previously copied link in the body or the email message. Add any comments you desire and send the message.
Google’s New Drive for Desktop App Makes Syncing Files and Photos Easier – By Rajesh Pandey www-makeuseof-com.cdn.ampproject.org
Google has launched a new Drive for desktop app, replacing its previous Backup and Sync app. The new sync client is available for Windows and macOS and offers several new features and improvements missing from the previous sync client.
How Google Photos pulls, pushes, and polyblurs your pics to perfection – By Ryne Hager www-androidpolice-com.cdn.ampproject.org
Photography has many enemies, but two of the biggest issues smartphones with their tiny sensors face are noise and blur. See, you can’t just crank your smartphone’s camera aperture wider in low-light or when moving. Outside a few exceptions, it’s a fixed size. That means either a longer exposure or higher ISO to compensate — and that means blur and noise. We’ve all snagged disappointing shots at night because of it.
19 Tricks to Master Google Photos – by PCmag
Unlimited photo storage may be gone, but Google Photos still has plenty to offer. Here’s everything you need to
How to Save Photos From Gmail to Google Photos – By Alvin Wanjala www-makeuseof-com.cdn.ampproject.org
Google Photos is a convenient picture storage service that offers more than just basic features. It’s very convenient and easy to use. Moreover, it has very useful features such as memories, photo-editing capabilities, and built-in photo adjustment features that can make your photos look great without lifting a finger.
Tricks to Master Google Photos – By Eric Griffith uk.pcmag.com
Internet users are not at a loss for services that automatically back up photos and provide access to them on any device. There’s Dropbox, OneDrive, Amazon Photos, and iCloud, just to start. But Google Photos has grown fast since its launch in 2015.
Take All Your Pictures to the Cleaners, with Google Photos Noise and Blur Reduction – By Google Photos ai.googleblog.com
Despite recent leaps in imaging technology, especially on mobile devices, image noise and limited sharpness remain two of the most important levers for improving the visual quality of a photograph.
How to make the most of it – By Ben Schoon 9to5Google
Six years after its debut, Google Photos is about to change in a major way. Free, unlimited storage on Google Photos is going away at the start of June, taking away one of the platform’s most attractive offers. That doesn’t change all of the other valuable tools Google offers, though. Here’s how you can still get the most out of it.
How to move photos from Gmail to Google Photos – By Adam Doud Android Central
Gmail and Google Photos are two of Google’s best services. But they’ve never worked well together, until now. So if you’re still using Google Photos, even after Google did away with unlimited storage, and haven’t moved on to a cloud backup alternative, you can now save photos directly to Google Photos with a click.
Google Photos’ free backups are gone, but here’s why I’m sticking around – By Opinions Android Central
Half a decade ago, backing up your photos was a tedious and often expensive experience unless you just sat down with a USB cable and a huge external drive once or twice a week. Wait, no, that method was the most tedious of all. We’ve come a long way since then. Amazon, Apple, Google, and basically every cloud storage company all offer automatic photo backups with robust indexing and photo management, and many of them have free tiers depending on the quality of your photos or if you subscribe to other services.
How to Find and Delete Large Files across Google Drive, Photos, and Gmail – By Shubham Agarwal How-To Geek
If you’re running out of free space on your Google account, you can easily find and delete the largest documents in your Google Drive, Gmail, or Photos accounts. Here’s how.
How to Manage and Free up Google Photos Storage Space – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
Google Photos doesn’t offer free unlimited storage, which means you may find yourself running out of space. Thankfully, Google has some easy-to-use tools to help you maximize the storage space you have—free or otherwise. Here’s how to identify image types and clear your Photos storage.