Tag Archive: Photos


Learn how to edit photos and create graphics in Photoshop for just $29

Creative professionals are no strangers to Adobe Photoshop. It’s one of the most popular and versatile photo editing tools on the market, and it’s a skill that every graphic designer or photographer should master. If you’re interested in these careers, you must learn how to use Photoshop effectively, and this $ 29 bundle will show you how.

The Complete Photoshop Master Class Bundle features 6 courses on Photoshop’s many applications. If you’re just starting out, Photoshop Made Easy  [Read More…]

A Colorize beta for Google Photos is coming soon

Colorize uses Google AI to add color to your black and white photos.

What you need to know Colorize was first announced back at Google I/O 2018. Colorize will transform your black and white photos into color photos. A beta version of Colorize is expected soon.

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away, Google made the announcement about its Colorize feature for Google Photos. Ok, so it wasn’t actually that long ago, it was  [Read More…]

Samsung’s Motion Photos finally work with Google Photos

You can finally back up your shot-on-Galaxy animated stills.

While maybe not the most popular feature on any given Galaxy phone, Motion Photos is a fun feature within the Samsung camera app that livens up photos by capturing a few seconds before and after you hit the shutter button, embedding a short video behind each photo you take. They’re more or less the same as Google’s Motion Stills, except that Google Photos wasn’t able to properly store  [Read More…]

Print your phone photos with $30 off Fujifilm’s Instax Share SP-2 printer

Make digital photos physical.

The Fujifilm Instax Share SP-2 Smartphone Printer is down to $ 69.99 today only at Best Buy’s eBay store. It’s also available at the main Best Buy site. It regularly sells for around $ 100 at Amazon but you can pick one up there for $ 80 right now.

Print your phone photos Fujifilm Instax SP-2 Smartphone Printer

In an age digital photos, there’s something quite pleasing about printing an image and having  [Read More…]

How to take the best photos with your Galaxy S10

The Galaxy S10 doesn’t have the best shot-to-shot photo quality available, but it’s a solid camera that has seemingly endless options with three rear cameras and tons of shooting modes. It’s completely capable of taking great photos just by pointing and shooting with no real thought; but to truly master this camera you’re going to need to spend some time learning about all of its advanced capabilities.

Clean your camera lenses

This is so basic and  [Read More…]

Print tiny photos from your phone with Fujifilm’s discounted Instax Share

This bundle includes 30 sheets of film to print your favorite photos on.

Adorama is offering the Fujifilm Instax Share SP-2 Smartphone Printer in Gold bundled with two packs of Instax Mini Rainbow Film for just $ 79.99 today. This limited-time deal saves you nearly $ 30 off the average price of the printer via Amazon, while the two-pack of film adds an extra $ 20 in value to your purchase for close to $ 50 savings  [Read More…]

How to use the Honor 8X’s AI to take better photos

The Honor 8X includes the latest in Huawei’s computational photography. A dual-camera system composed of a 20MP sensor paired with a 2MP depth-sensing one enables new possibilities, and with the inclusion of AI-powered camera software, it’s easier than ever to take great photos. Here’s how you can use all those tools to take better photos on your Honor 8X.

Products used in this guide Amazon: Honor 8X ($ 250) Amazon: JOBY GorillaPod ($ 14) Amazon: Vastar Smartphone Tripod  [Read More…]

It’s not just you: Google Photos is down and photo backups are, too

Google Photos website and automatic photo backups are on the fritz right now.

Google Photos is one of the unsung heroes of the Google ecosystem, and its free, fast photo backups are a godsend for shutterbugs and screenshot over-sharers like me. Unfortunately, it seems they’re not working tonight for a large number of users around the world.

If you open the Google Photos website right now, you either get a totally blank photo feed  [Read More…]

Thanks to Google Photos, I’ll always be able to remember the best dog ever

No matter how hard you try, saving every memory is an impossible feat. Let Google Photos do it for you.

Sammy was a good boy. He would snuff to get my attention and toss me a high-five to try and get a piece of my sandwich (it always worked). He’d also remind me when it was bedtime if I stayed up too late. He was also well-mannered and would patiently walk alongside my slower-than-dog self while sitting  [Read More…]

Google Photos increases Live Album limit to 20,000 photos

This October, Google Photos brought in Live Albums, a feature that automatically adds photos of specific people or pets to an album. The cap on Live Albums, however, was set at 10,000 photos and videos, with Live Albums refusing to accept new photos once the limit was reached. Within a short time, it became clear that the cap was set way too low for many users. Now, Google has increased the cap to 20,000 photos and videos.

While it was  [Read More…]