For many iPhone users, it would be far more accurate to call an iCamera device because the camera function is used a lot, much more often than the phone function. Photo Sharing Website Flickr, the top five camera models used for uploaded images, are all different models of the iPhone. And while iPad users may use that device far less often to take pictures, it's a great device for reviewing and editing photos thanks to the big, beautiful display. It's enough to say that the Photos app on iPhone and iPad is a pretty important app.
Apple tries to make the Photos app easy to use, but it has a lot of power in what you can not see unless you know what to do look for. Friends and family who know I'm an iPhone down d will often ask me to show them something interesting on their iPhone and there are tons of features that I can show off in Pictures that Impress People Like Memories, Look at Places- the album to see many photos taken in an interesting place over the years and the ability of iOS Images to combine keywords (for example, search for a person's name and then add the keyword "snow" to see only photos of that person in the snow.)
How do you discover all these great features? You need a good guide. And one of the best is Jason Snell. Snell has covered Apple technology as a reporter since the 1
A few days ago Snell released a new ebook called Take control of images. Take control books have been around since 2003 and cover dozens of different topics, all produced with the aim of being "very practical ebooks that cover much more detail than a magazine article, but are shorter, more focused and more timely than a typical printed book. "I was given a free copy of this $ 14.99 book for review, and I read the cover-to-cover last night. I loved this book, and even as someone who considers quite knowledgeable about the inputs and outputs of the Photos app, I learned quite a few tips that I started using right away.
When you buy the book, you can download it into multiple formats. I found it easiest to just download the PDF version, as I read using the Readdles PDF Expert app. (The gray sketches that you look at The pictures in this review are from me to take a shot shot in PDF Expert, not from the book itself.) You can also download in epub or mobi format if you prefer to use a book reader to read the book. The PDF does not have a password or DRM or something similar, so when you buy it, read virtually any device you want.
This book covers Photo s on both iOS and Mac and you will definitely get the most out of it. out of this book if you use both platforms. (I'm using a PC at work, but I have a Mac at home where I need for example, my 47,000 images.) For example, Snell explains it on iOS (but not Mac) you can use the rich search feature and can see Memory Videos, while on Mac (but not iOS) can create Smart Albums (although Snell allows to create a Smart Album on a Mac and then transfer it to iPhone or iPad). But even if you do not use a Mac, you will still get a lot of this book because the book covers both, and the programs are the same on both platforms.
This book is over 150 pages and covers all The important topics, including importing photos, managing your photo library, navigating the Photos interface, finding and naming people in your photos, using the search function, using the memory function and editing memory videos, create albums, sync with iCloud, edit photos to make them look much better, and share your photos. Each chapter is full of images so you can see exactly what Snell describes – and because he uses his own personal images to view the images app, you will see enough photo of his (attractive) family members as at the end of the book, You feel like you're part of the Snell family, or at least a distant cousin.