The iPhone is an incredibly easy device to use, making you want to download apps, movies, books and of course use the camera to take beautiful pictures and videos. Over time, managing storage on your iPhone becomes more important as you start to bump up against storage capacities of your device. It’s one of the main reasons that folks opt for a 64GB or even 128GB iPhone. But with iPhones available from Apple to start with only 16GB of storage, some of which is deducted for the operating system, it’s easy to find yourself in a position where you’ve maxed […]
If you are someone who shares photos from your iPhone or iPad with friends and family often, then you should rejoice at iCloud Photo Sharing. Before Photo Stream, most people would use iMessage, SMS or attach photos to an email. Apple realized this was a terribly inefficient method of sharing photos made even worse if you want to share more than a few images. If you share photos often, read on for how to setup shared Photo Streams on iPhone and iPad. This might just be the best feature in iOS, making it easier than ever to share those important moments.
The release of any major update to an operating system can be jarring and iOS 8 is no different. While it’s certainly doesn’t possess the polarizing aspects associated with the move from iOS 6 to iOS 7, there are instances where changes aren’t always welcome. One such change appears to be the new Photos app. It has folks asking, “where did camera roll and Photo Stream go in iOS 8?” We’ll cover the changes and provide a few less than ideal workarounds.
If you are not familiar with Photo Stream, it’s a fantastic way to share photos and videos with a select group of friends and family. Not only is it easy to instantly share photos, it’s easy for those who subscribe to your Photo Stream to access your photos. From my personal experience, it’s been one of the absolute best and most frequently used features on my iPhone and iPad. Having a 2-year old, we take an insane amount of photos and share the best with grandparents who live out of state. Up until iOS 7, the person who created the […]
If you are new to iPhoneography, you might have missed the awesome panoromic feature built-in to the camera on the iPhone running iOS 5 or greater. It allows you to capture breathtaking landscapes, large groups of friends or family and other photos not possible with a standard camera. In fact, this is software you won’t even find on your standard point and shoot camera. Here’s how to take a panorama photos on iPhone and let your creativity soar to new levels. In order to take panoramic pictures, you will need either an iPhone 4S or iPhone 5. First thing you’ll […]
The iPhone has completely changed how we take photos. There is an old addage that the best camera is that one that you have with you. For most people today, that tends to be their iPhone. Luckily for us, a good part of Apple’s focus has been on empowering users with a camera whose quality rivals the absolute best point and shoots. So not only is the iPhone often always with us, it can also create some beautiful photographs. In recent revisions of iOS, there is so much more that you can do with your photos. Here’s how to crop, […]
Whether you use the new iPad with its stunning retina display or the first or second generation models, the iPad is a natural for viewing, managing and editing your photos. Central to this function is the ‘Photos’ app, which provides you with all the necessary tools needed for beginner to intermediate users. Our comprehensive guide on how to use Photos on iPad will cover everything you need to get the most from enjoyment from your photos. How to get photos on your iPad (Mac or PC) For Mac users, it couldn’t be easier to get your photos on your iPad. […]
There is the old saying that the best camera is the one that’s with you. This takes on new meaning with the iPhone 4S and it’s stellar optics. With iOS 5, Apple now allows you to setup your iPhone 4S without the need for a computer. This is great for those who are looking to get a quick start, without the hassle of having to tether their new phone either a Mac or PC in order to get it up and running. If you are using iOS 5, Apple’s new iCloud allows you to take advantage of Photostream, which will […]
I enjoy taking photos, but what I enjoy more is the ability to view my pictures with friends and family. Sure I’ve migrated my dot mac to iCloud and have been enjoying Photostream. That works great and allows for immediate viewing of photos taken on my iPhone. That doesn’t help out with my digital camera, so I enlisted the help of the Eye-Fi Connect. Here’s how you can shoot tethered to a completely wireless iPad, without the need for a WiFi hotspot. This guide requires that you have an Eye-Fi Connect or Eye-Fi Pro, both of which are available at […]