Photography

Apple features 2 new videos in 'Shot on iPhone 6' campaign

Apple has highlighted two new videos as part of its "Shot on iPhone 6" campaign, presenting some beautiful shots taken from around the world.

More →

3
12
77
0

Apple highlights four new videos in 'Shot on iPhone 6' campaign

Apple has unveiled four new videos as part of its "Shot on iPhone 6" campaign, showing off the versatility of the camera on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in scenes captured around the world.

More →

2
11
53
0

Here are the 2015 iPhone Photography Award winners!

iPPA is an annual competition that awards the very best in iPhone photography. The 2015 winners have been announced, and you won't believe the results!

More →

8
105
83
0

Here are our favorite #shotonapplewatch Instagram photos!

You showed us your best #shotonapplewatch photos, and here's our winner!

More →

11
10
98
0

Apple showcases amazing #ShotOniPhone6 videos!

The #ShotOniPhone6 hashtag now highlights not only the quality of iPhone videos, but the artistry of iPhone videographers.

It's no secret the iPhone is one of the most popular camera in the world, and the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are the best cameras Apple has ever made. That includes videographers who have done everything from shows to commercials to documentaries and more.

What artists all over the world have been doing with those cameras, however, hasn't always gotten the attention it deserves. Enter #ShotOniPhone6. It kicked off back in March, but now it's kicking into high gear.

More →

17
25
77
0

Google Photos may be free — but there's still a cost

Google Photos storage won't cost money, but you should know what you're signing up for.

Updated on 5/29 10AM ET to add information from Steven Levy's excellent interview with Google Vice President of Streams, Photos, and Sharing  Bradley Horowitz, and to add information about Google's high-quality photo pricing tiers.

Google announced its new Photos service at I/O today: It looks a lot like iCloud Photo Library, but with even more perks. Automatic slideshow movies! Insta-GIFs from burst photos! Interactive stories! You can automatically search for faces, places, and things without tagging! It syncs with iOS and the web! And, oh yeah — unlimited* (if your photos are 16MB or less) storage for free. What could be better?

Well, to start, it's important to know what "free" might actually cost you, and whether you're okay with that tradeoff.

More →

43
226
293
0

Photo Contest: Show us your best Camera Remote shots with Apple Watch!

Have you used the Apple Watch's Camera Remote feature? Show us on Instagram with #shotonapplewatch.

We love taking pictures with our iPhone here at iMore, and adding an Apple Watch into the fray has been an awesome new tool for iPhone photography. As such, we'd love to see any images you've taken with your iPhone and the Apple Watch's Camera Remote feature. Post them to Instagram and include the #shotonapplewatch hashtag, and we'll feature the very best on iMore.com next Monday.

More →

9
17
83
0

How would you change Photos for OS X?

Photos for OS X brings Apple's new, system-live image and video service to the Mac.

That meant an end to Apple's traditional photography tools, iPhoto and Aperture, but in their place Photos for OX offers seamless integration with Photos for iOS. That includes sync for both content and edits via iCloud Photo Library. With optimized storage, only your most frequent, favorite, and recent images and videos take up space on your Mac's drive while the rest are stores a click-and-download away on Apple's servers. Yet, as much as Photos for OS X may have replaced iPhoto, it's left some Aperture users looking for more. So, what would you change?

More →

11
19
86
0

Yes, tagged Faces do sync to your iPhone, iPad, and Mac — if you know where to look

Even though Photos for iOS doesn't offer a Faces album, you can still find tagged friends using the search field.

I recently wrote a post on getting Faces to sync between multiple computers when you're using iCloud Photo Library, and mentioned — sadly — that there was no efficient way to sync the work-around to iOS. And this remains true... technically.

It turns out that even though Apple doesn't officially sync the Faces album from Photos for OS X using iCloud Photo Library, you can still find any tagged photos of a person — no matter what computer you tagged them on — by searching their name.

More →

8
16
64
0

How to get Faces to sync between multiple computers in Photos for OS X

Your Faces album won't sync across your computers — but there's another way to see that collection across your devices.

I like being able to see images of certain family members at a glance — it's helpful for building birthday cards, for instance, or finding great blackmail photos — and it's why I've always loved the Faces feature.

But with Photos for OS X, your tagged Faces won't sync between your Macs — they live, siloed, on the machine where you first tagged them.

This is silly, and something I hope Apple fixes in the next Photos for OS X update. Until they does so, however, you're not completely out of organizational luck: There's a sneaky work-around to get those tagged photos to sync to your other computers.

More →

17
7
43
0

Pages