Photo Sharing & Publishing
Moments released in 2015 and allowed Facebook friends to share pictures without uploading them to the main social media site. The concept was a bit of a competitor to something like Google Photos.
Whether you're a professional or just enjoy taking photos for fun, the new Imaging Edge app from Sony can streamline your creative process.
Imaging Edge offers instant image transfer from your camera to connected mobile devices while you're shooting, according to a press release. Images will transfer when a photographer uses the app's "Auto background transfer to Smartphone" feature.
Imaging Edge will replace Sony's PlayMemories Mobile app, which received dismal ratings for iOS.
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Google Photos (download for iOS or Android) launched Live Albums in October, making sharing and organizing your photos easier. Shortly after the release, Google limited the Live Albums' storage to 10,000 images per album.
Users grumbled about the cap, claiming they would easily exceed 10,000 images. Google adjusted the app in response to complaints.
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We generally try to put our best selves on social media. We like filtered photos, flattering angles, exotic destinations, pictures of food -- and exclude the messiness of reality.
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The older we get, it's less likely that all of our friends will be in the same 10-mile radius as they once were. We rely on social media, texting, and video chats to keep in touch with people around the world.
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In the wake of the new Pixel 3 launch, Google updated its Photo app for optimal sharing between devices. In a blog post, Google said that historically sharing photos has been a somewhat tedious process.
"Every time, we have to find the photos, select the ones we want to share and send them to the right people. And that's if we even remember to share them at all," Dave Loxton, Google Photos Product Manager said.
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Google has finally acquiesced to demands from photographers and content creators across the world by adding important metadata to every photo found in its search engine. The move culminates a year of massive changes to Google's image search after Getty Images filed a 2016 antitrust lawsuit against them in the EU.