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How to print photos with AirPrint from your iPhone or iPad

AirPrint lets you print pages right from your iPhone or iPad using AirPrint, including pictures right from the Photos apps. It works with any AirPrint compatible printer, which makes it a great way to make hard copies of your memories without ever having to transfer anything to your computer first. All right from the Share Sheet, and all with just a few taps!

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How to share photos and videos on your iPhone and iPad

One of the main reasons we take photos and record video at all is to share them with friends and family. Our iPhones and iPads are no different. Once you take a photo or video with the Camera app, it's instantly available to you via the Photos app. That includes the ability to share it through an iMessage, email, and even through social networks such as Facebook or Twitter.

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How to make a photo slideshow on your iPhone or iPad

The Photos app for iPhone and iPad not only lets you edit and organize your pictures, but also lets you show them off to friends and family with just a few taps. That's thanks to the built-in slideshow feature, which ads movement and sound and special transition. If you'd like, you can even AirPlay them to an Apple TV for a family or group viewing experience. Just tell it what photo you want to start with!

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How to organize photos and videos into albums on your iPhone or iPad

If you take a ton of photos and videos on your iPhone or iPad, you may start finding it hard to find something you want to show someone quickly. Sifting through thousands of photos can get irritating after a while. This is exactly why the Photos app for iPhone and iPad lets you easily sort and organize your photos into albums. So next time you need to find a photo, you'll know exactly where it's at!

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How to share videos on your iPhone or iPad

Most of the reason we take videos is to be able to share them with friends and family. Whether you just want to send a video via email or text message, or want to upload it to YouTube for everyone in the world to see, your iPhone or iPad has all the tools you need built right into the Photos app!

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How to rotate photos on your iPhone or iPad

Ever take a photo on your iPhone or iPad in the wrong orientation on accident? Sometimes tricky angles make the Camera app rotate when we didn't really want it to. Luckily the Photos app has a rotation tool that lets you edit the orientation so it's the way you originally intended it to be.

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How to trim a video on your iPhone or iPad

Your iPhone or iPad will let you take videos as long as you have the storage space to support them. So what happens if you only want to send a small portion of a video via message or email but the original file is several minutes long. Luckily, you can easily trim a shorter clip with the Photos app that's much more convenient for sharing.

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What to do about Aperture: Weighing the options

With Aperture on the way out, what should you do with your digital photography workflow?

Last week Apple announced plans to nix both iPhoto and Aperture in favor of a new application called Photos, which we saw briefly on stage at WWDC in June. That announcement has created a lot of uncertainty for Aperture users, who wonder what they should do about their digital photography workflow. Let's look at the options.

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Apple kicks Aperture (and iPhoto) to the curb; are we ready for Photos?

Apple's plan to kill Aperture (and iPhoto) for Photos will cost it goodwill with Mac-using photography pros

During the WWDC 2014 keynote presentation Apple showed off a new app for OS X Yosemite currently in development called Photos. It won't be out until 2015, but it looks like it's going to replace both iPhoto and Aperture on the Mac. This promises to be a good thing for consumers, but where does this leave professional and prosumer photographers on the Mac?

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Stories and photo filters land on Google+ update

Google has just published an update to the Google+ app on iOS that brings a better photos and sharing experience. New to the Google+ app are features that include Stories and photo filters, features that were recently made available on the Android app update.

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