Do you know that you can turn your images into animated videos, create slideshows with music, resize and edit pictures using free Microsoft Photos app for Windows 10? Yes, you…
With endless memory of new iPhone and Android smartphones, we make dozens of similar images. Often it’s hard to find out if there’s a difference between two photos of the same person shooted one by one. Which one is better? What picture should you upload on Instagram, the first or the second one? Today, we’ll show you how to identify similarity between two pictures without professional side by side photo comparison software like Adobe Lightroom. (more…)
With that many photo editing apps for Android popping up left right and centre in Google Play, it can be mind boggling to know where to even start. We’ve picked out the eight best photo apps for your Google, Samsung, Xiaomi, Sony, Nokia, Motorola device and told you why we listed them. Here you’ll see best Android photo editors (both free and paid), photo collage makers, selfie camera filters and smartphone-friendly photo albums. If you have an Android phone or tablet – you must try these apps! You won’t get lost, here you’ll find photo editing tutorials for Android for each photo app! Let’s get started!
Apple iPad is a real substitute for a desktop computer. All iPads Mini, Air and Pro are great for capturing photos, editing pictures, viewing, storing them and even making screenshots. If you love to play with photos then you’ll easily end up getting photo apps in AppStore. However, when you are looking out for quicker results, you need some of the best photo applications for iPad. (more…)
FastStone Image Viewer is a free, powerful image viewer enriched with numerous useful features. FastStone freeware opens and edits pictures (including 4K Unsplash files), makes a photo slideshow with music, creates desktop wallpapers, works with scanners and much more. The list of helpful tools wrapped in a free for home use viewer is impressive. (more…)
Everyone who works with piles of digital images, scanned faxes, PDF-documents, Photoshop files, and other stuff of that kind is familiar with standard Microsoft Document Viewer. Say it frankly, is it enough? If yes, skip this post, if no, go on reading. (more…)
EXIF stands for “exchangeable image file format”. It’s the additional information that includs camera settings and scene details, for example, date and time when a photo was taken, shutter speed, focal length, exposure compensation, whether a flash was used. Only images in JPEG and TIFF formats have exif data. However, it’s not a problem as most of modern digital cameras save shots in JPEG. (more…)
Unlike ordinary digital cameras, advanced DSLR photo cameras shoot fabulous pictures. In order to get best quality of your images, professional photographers recommend to change photo saving settings from JPEG to RAW format. If you have just bought your first Nikon or Canon DSLR cam and feel puzzled over image formats dilemma, this post is for you.
iPad is an ideal device to view photos. Its touch-screen enables you to zoom pictures, make screenshots, flip them and move from one photo to another simply with a finger touch. If you want to transfer photos from Windows 10 PC to iPad, you can use iTunes and cable/cord to connect PC and iPad. Or there is a much easier way to copy pictures from computer to iPad wirelessly with the help of Dropbox and here’s our step by step guide about it.
On Aplil 19, 2012 Google, the owner of Picnik, shut down Picnik, the online image editing website, and shifted several features to other services such as Google+ and Picasa. But in May 2016, Google decided to close Picasa either. Why did Picasa get discontinued? Because of Google Photos origin! Google suggested all users to upgrade to Google Photos. However, the question remains: “Is Picasa still available or are all well-known graphics editing tools lost forever?”