Digital Photo Software
Your phone can store only so many photos. Even if it holds thousands of images, you'll be glad to have a backup should you misplace it.
And cloud storage is cheap, convenient, and capacious. And especially for photos, an online service could do more than just warehouse your images. Many of the online photo services offer an effortless way to sync photos and then organize, share, and perhaps even edit them online.
While none of the cloud-storage services offers a... Read More »
You spot an appealing product at a store, an interesting animal in nature, an unusual dish on a menu, an intriguing landmark in another country, or a fascinating painting in a museum. And you want to learn more about that item or object. Normally, you might run a regular Google search. But in this case, you may not know what to search for. That's where Google Lens can help.
Using Google Lens on your phone, you... Read More »
Instagram Stories has become one of the main avenues for celebrities and regular users alike to share videos with fans and friends. But if you're a little camera shy and would like to keep your videos personal, Instagram has a new feature just for you.
With the new "Close Friends" feature, which goes into effect today for all users, people can make Instagram Stories and only share them with a select group of friends. Once you have compiled your list of... Read More »
Instagram users who turn to certain third-party apps to artificially increase their audience are now on the radar of the popular photo and video sharing site.
In a new blog post, Instagram announced that it has started to remove fake likes, follows, and comments from accounts that use third-party apps to boost their popularity. Calling this type of behavior bad for the community, Instagram is alerting the users of such... Read More »
Smartphone users who've tried to snap photos of scenes with little or no lighting know that can be a frustrating experience. Even with flash enabled or your phone on a tripod, you may end up with a fuzzy, grainy image that's just not worth keeping. Well, Google has a trick up its sleeve to improve photos taken in virtual darkness.
Now rolling out to all three generations of... Read More »
The new iPad focuses more on creativity and display.The new iPad will feature Adobe Photoshop CC in full. Adobe's Jamie Myrold gave a demonstration of the device's abilities for creatives.
Myrold used the new Apple Pencil to dive into pixel-level precision and, with a simple... Read More »
Want to make yourself look like a puppy dog, a devil, or an extraterrestrial in your video chats? You can now do that on your desktop or laptop computer via a new program from Snap called Snap Camera.
Newly available for Windows and the macOS, Snap Camera taps into Snapchat's existing array of augmented reality filters, or lenses. You've long been able to play with such lenses in the Snapchat app on your mobile... Read More »
Do you have half a dozen friends you'd like to group video chat with? Instagram can help.
With the latest version of the Instagram app for iOS, Android, and Windows 10, you can call up to six people to join you in a group video chat, according to an updated help page from the photo and video sharing network. The new number is a bump up from... Read More »
Pixel 1 and 2 owners who have a case of Pixel 3 envy will at least be able to enjoy one benefit previously exclusive to the latest phone.
The Google Camera app built into the Pixel 3 is now making its way to the Pixel 1 and Pixel 2 phones. With the updated Google Camera 6.1, not all the camera app features found in the Pixel 3 will wend... Read More »
Photoshop users yearning for a full version of the software to use on an iPad tablet will have their wish fulfilled next year.
At its Adobe Max Creativity Conference, Adobe said that it will release a version of Photoshop for the iPad with the same "power and precision" as the desktop version. Photoshop CC for the iPad will let users open and modify PSD files using the familiar... Read More »