Transcript of SCOM0781

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[00:00:04.820] - [Allison] Hi, this is Allison Sheridan
[00:00:06.400] and welcome to another edition of ScreenCastsOnline.
[00:00:10.040] This week we're going to learn about an iOS app
[00:00:12.360] called HashPhotos from beyondf.
[00:00:15.370] This application is for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
[00:00:19.530] Think of HashPhotos as a way to augment Apple Photos.
[00:00:22.700] It works on your existing photos library
[00:00:25.400] but brings unique capabilities
[00:00:26.940] that simply don't exist in Apple Photos.
[00:00:29.790] You don't have to choose between Apple Photos and HashPhotos
[00:00:32.920] because they work together,
[00:00:34.360] allowing you to have the best of both worlds.
[00:00:37.040] Most of the features of HashPhotos
[00:00:38.690] act on your Apple Photos library directly.
[00:00:41.440] So if you create albums and folders, for example,
[00:00:43.830] in HashPhotos, they show up in Apple Photos.
[00:00:47.040] Edits you make to your images
[00:00:48.410] are also in your Apple Photos library.
[00:00:51.197] HashPhotos is incredibly fast,
[00:00:53.460] even on a giant photos library
[00:00:55.750] making it faster for some things
[00:00:57.470] than working in Apple Photos on the Mac
[00:01:00.040] but the real power is in the extra features of HashPhotos
[00:01:03.160] like being able to adjust the dates on photos,
[00:01:05.340] add location data, create filmstrips and much much more.
[00:01:09.781] HashPhotos is free with in-app purchases.
[00:01:12.320] You can try each of the premium features
[00:01:14.180] three times before you buy
[00:01:16.500] but the pricing is really really low.
[00:01:18.670] You can choose from six different feature packs
[00:01:21.130] for one dollar US each or you can unlock all of the tools
[00:01:25.100] for the grand sum of $3.99.
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[00:01:32.910] I've done a search for HashPhotos in the iOS App Store.
[00:01:35.840] Let's take a look.
[00:01:37.410] You'll see that it supports iOS 12 as of very recently.
[00:01:40.950] So this app is being kept up to date.
[00:01:43.040] Let's download and instal HashPhotos.
[00:01:48.360] Let's open
[00:01:51.170] and the first time HashPhotos opens
[00:01:52.870] it's going to give you some hints
[00:01:54.130] about some things you can do with HashPhotos.
[00:01:56.750] I'll flip past all of these
[00:01:58.170] because we're going to talk about them in this tutorial.
[00:02:02.610] When it comes up it shows you some options
[00:02:04.390] on how to navigate the interface
[00:02:05.900] but I'll be showing you this so I'm going to tap away
[00:02:08.490] and now you can see it's ready to take a look at my photos.
[00:02:12.010] You will notice that this background may change over time
[00:02:14.920] as I'm doing the recording
[00:02:16.110] and I take photos in my personal library.
[00:02:19.400] When you first run HashPhotos,
[00:02:21.550] it should ask you for access to your photos library.
[00:02:24.620] Because I've installed this before,
[00:02:26.470] it has remembered that I gave it that access.
[00:02:29.640] By default, your images are laid out in a square format
[00:02:32.800] in the grid you see on screen.
[00:02:35.000] We can change that to rectangles if you prefer
[00:02:37.710] in the Preferences but we'll get to that later.
[00:02:40.560] Also notice that we have some numbers here.
[00:02:42.450] You see it says 28, 29 and 30.
[00:02:44.800] Those are the dates those photos were taken.
[00:02:46.780] You can see September peeking out from the upper left
[00:02:49.920] so all of the photos after the 28
[00:02:51.960] were taken on the 28th of September.
[00:02:54.120] You can see I have one screenshot
[00:02:55.560] taken on the 1st of October.
[00:02:57.660] It's kind of a nice little grid view
[00:02:59.000] that gives you an idea of when the photos were taken
[00:03:01.370] and you can still see all of your photos.
[00:03:03.630] If I tap on a photo like one of these flags,
[00:03:07.170] you'll see it's a live photo
[00:03:08.340] and it actually played it for me.
[00:03:11.780] If I swipe on-screen from the right to the left,
[00:03:14.900] on the right hand side,
[00:03:16.050] I can navigate my photos library by date.
[00:03:19.430] I can scroll and let's say go back to March of 2015
[00:03:23.927] and here we are in Dubai.
[00:03:26.160] If I drag over again I'll scroll down to the bottom
[00:03:28.950] and go back to October, I can also search.
[00:03:32.100] So I could search for 2015
[00:03:35.360] and I can see all of the months in 2015.
[00:03:38.380] I could also say, let's say I want to see
[00:03:40.380] all of the months of October.
[00:03:43.930] Now you can see all of the months of October
[00:03:45.880] for the years that I have that data.
[00:03:48.370] Let me hit the X and I'll swipe back from left to right.
[00:03:52.130] I find this Timeline view way of looking at photos
[00:03:55.150] in HashPhotos to be amazingly efficient
[00:03:57.760] especially since you'll notice this is a library
[00:04:00.370] of over 70,000 photos in iCloud Photo Library.
[00:04:04.380] So it's doing a darn good job of jumping from month to month
[00:04:07.550] and moving around in all of that data very very quickly.
[00:04:11.540] If I swipe in the opposite direction,
[00:04:13.260] this time from left to right,
[00:04:14.800] you'll see that I have the album's view.
[00:04:17.820] Let me swipe that back in the upper left
[00:04:20.370] we also have a button there that we can tap that says albums
[00:04:23.500] that takes you to the same place.
[00:04:25.950] In the upper left, we have an Apple Photos logo
[00:04:28.310] and right next to that is a HashPhotos logo.
[00:04:31.330] If we're in Apple Photos,
[00:04:32.610] you can see all of the albums you have in Apple Photos.
[00:04:36.400] If I tap on the second icon for HashPhotos,
[00:04:39.850] this is going to be local albums
[00:04:41.750] and we're going to come back to that.
[00:04:43.580] Let's go back to Apple Photos.
[00:04:45.460] At the top you can see a count
[00:04:47.110] of the number of photos in my library
[00:04:49.250] and that number is different in the main grid view
[00:04:51.880] that's because the count at the top is not just photos,
[00:04:54.760] even though it's labeled photos,
[00:04:56.510] it's the count of your photos and your videos.
[00:04:59.920] We can see expanded here smart albums.
[00:05:02.850] So these are the albums that are created by default
[00:05:05.280] in Apple Photos.
[00:05:06.870] If you favourite a photo, it will create the smart album
[00:05:10.460] called Favorites and then it would show in this list.
[00:05:13.060] Likewise if you created a video or you did a selfie
[00:05:16.560] or a live photo, all of these smart albums you see here
[00:05:19.630] are created on the fly as you do things in Apple Photos
[00:05:23.760] but they're beautifully revealed in HashPhotos
[00:05:26.170] which makes it really easy to navigate
[00:05:28.040] in and out of your smart albums.
[00:05:29.970] I'm going to tap on the chevron
[00:05:31.280] to the right of smart albums.
[00:05:33.390] Next down you see we have my albums
[00:05:35.540] and this is a list of different albums and structures
[00:05:37.940] that I've created.
[00:05:39.230] In particular if you look at the 2018 icon,
[00:05:42.090] if I tap on that I sort my photos into folders
[00:05:45.390] by quarter and by year and that folder structure
[00:05:48.240] is preserved over in HashPhotos
[00:05:50.880] because HashPhotos really is looking
[00:05:52.840] at your Apple Photos library.
[00:05:56.110] Under my albums I have even more structure.
[00:05:58.580] I keep 2018 on the outside but if I tap on that,
[00:06:01.380] you can see each of the folders that I have by year.
[00:06:04.480] Let me tap on 2017.
[00:06:07.120] Inside here now you're going to see even more folders
[00:06:09.530] but let's take a look at 2017 Q1.
[00:06:12.280] If I tap on that, now these are actually albums
[00:06:15.570] that are inside folders that are inside folders
[00:06:18.480] in Apple Photos.
[00:06:19.940] So all of the structure that you create over an Apple Photos
[00:06:23.360] including albums that you create in your folder structure
[00:06:26.530] is maintained and fully visible from within HashPhotos.
[00:06:31.010] Let me just tap on one of these.
[00:06:32.500] Let's see... how about when my AirPods battery was leaking.
[00:06:35.200] If I tap on that, I can immediately go in
[00:06:38.020] and see the photos that are inside that album
[00:06:40.620] that were inside two folders deep.
[00:06:43.170] Let me go back to albums and I'll collapse this back up
[00:06:46.240] by tapping the chevron next to my albums.
[00:06:48.930] I'll tap on photos in the upper left
[00:06:51.310] and it's actually going to pop it back over
[00:06:53.300] in order to get us back to our full album view
[00:06:56.010] of all photos.
[00:06:58.050] Let me just tap on albums again in the upper left.
[00:07:01.320] Other albums we have in here
[00:07:02.650] have been created by other applications
[00:07:04.790] like my WyzeCam and the application Focos
[00:07:07.110] that I've shown you before.
[00:07:08.670] Let me scroll up.
[00:07:11.360] We can also see Cloud Shared
[00:07:13.260] and that's iCloud Photo Sharing.
[00:07:15.250] These are all albums that I have shared
[00:07:17.240] with friends and family
[00:07:19.350] and they're showing up inside HashPhotos.
[00:07:23.363] If I scroll up there's nothing showing under tags
[00:07:25.210] but we're going to come back to tags
[00:07:26.740] because that's a feature within HashPhotos.
[00:07:30.450] Let's scroll all the way up to the top.
[00:07:32.630] If you're like me and you have a lot of albums,
[00:07:35.320] Smart Albums and albums you've created and folder structure,
[00:07:38.860] I think it's a lot easier to see it in this list view on iOS
[00:07:42.230] than the way Apple Photos for iOS shows it to you.
[00:07:45.830] You know, over in Apple Photos on iOS.
[00:07:48.330] it shows it in a grid block view
[00:07:50.150] and you have to keep opening things you can't drill down
[00:07:53.000] with nice little chevrons like this.
[00:07:55.440] Actually HashPhotos is presenting the information
[00:07:58.460] much more like Apple Photos on the Mac
[00:08:00.840] which is the way I prefer to see it.
[00:08:03.892] Down at the bottom of the list of albums,
[00:08:05.640] we've got a + button.
[00:08:07.528] HashPhotos allows you to create private and local albums
[00:08:10.940] and folders that will only live inside HashPhotos.
[00:08:15.780] If you look at Smart Albums, My Album,
[00:08:18.160] and we'll be looking at regular folders,
[00:08:20.220] all of those will exist over in Apple Photos
[00:08:23.030] when you switch back over there.
[00:08:25.200] Let's start with those.
[00:08:26.140] I'm going to tap on Add Folder and at this point,
[00:08:29.130] I could create a private or local folder.
[00:08:31.190] Again, those would only be inside HashPhotos
[00:08:33.950] or I can create My Folder and My Folder means
[00:08:36.990] it exists over in Apple Photos.
[00:08:39.050] So we tap My Folder
[00:08:41.110] and I'm going to create a folder called Flags
[00:08:44.840] and you'll see at the top right underneath My Albums
[00:08:47.340] you'll see Flags.
[00:08:48.800] Let me tap over the grid view
[00:08:50.293] and I'm going to tap select in the upper right
[00:08:53.590] and I can simply tap tap tap tap
[00:08:56.820] or I can hit cancel, I can tap and drag and tap all four.
[00:09:02.580] Now with those selected down at the bottom
[00:09:04.410] you'll see it says Add To and I can tap there
[00:09:07.550] and I can put it in the folder Flags
[00:09:09.770] but I need to create a new album
[00:09:11.601] and we'll call it Waving Flags and I'll tap save
[00:09:16.997] and now if I go look at My Albums and I tap on Flags,
[00:09:20.190] I've got Waving Flags and there are my four flags
[00:09:23.170] I added to that album.
[00:09:25.490] Remember these photos are now in an album,
[00:09:28.360] in a folder over in Apple Photos.
[00:09:31.030] I really like that this allows you
[00:09:32.520] to work in Apple Photos or HashPhotos,
[00:09:35.370] whichever is the better tool for the job at the time
[00:09:37.940] but the structure you create exists in both.
[00:09:41.220] Let's go back over and look at albums.
[00:09:42.753] I'll go back to all photos here.
[00:09:46.850] You see that it takes a couple of seconds to come up
[00:09:49.130] but again remember this is organising
[00:09:51.100] and viewing 70,000 photos on an iPad.
[00:09:57.144] You can see I have some new photos
[00:09:58.180] that have come in from my walk today.
[00:10:00.370] Let me swipe over and I'm gonna tap the + button again
[00:10:04.007] and this time let's take a look at local album.
[00:10:08.250] It's gonna ask me to name it
[00:10:11.230] and now it flipped over on the very top
[00:10:13.450] to the hash logos section.
[00:10:15.500] Let me flip back so you can see it.
[00:10:16.810] I'm going to tap on the photos icon
[00:10:19.780] and then back to the HashPhotos icon.
[00:10:21.920] So now I can see my local and you'll see I have no photos.
[00:10:25.500] So let me tap on albums and I'm gonna go back to photos
[00:10:31.130] and this will come back in just a second
[00:10:32.760] showing all my photos.
[00:10:34.450] I want to show you another way to select photos
[00:10:36.370] that's even more efficient than what I did before.
[00:10:38.930] I'll tap on select and I'm gonna tap
[00:10:41.240] on the one for October 1st and when I do that,
[00:10:44.260] it's going to select all of the photos for that day.
[00:10:47.580] Now in this case I don't want that screen shot
[00:10:49.990] so I'm going to tap it to deselect.
[00:10:52.260] I'll tap add to and I'll tap Local Album
[00:10:55.520] and I've only got one so it'll go to My Local
[00:10:58.210] or it could have created a new one
[00:11:01.340] and it's moving 12 items.
[00:11:07.160] So now it's going to ask
[00:11:08.260] whether I wanted to allow HashPhotos
[00:11:10.210] to actually delete those 12 photos from Apple Photos.
[00:11:14.690] Now in this case I don't actually want to do that
[00:11:17.000] but this is a way of taking albums
[00:11:18.780] and having them be just in HashPhotos
[00:11:21.520] and not show up in Apple Photos.
[00:11:24.490] I'm gonna tap Don't Allow.
[00:11:26.740] We go back to albums again.
[00:11:28.840] This time I'm gonna select Private Album.
[00:11:31.910] I get a warning here that says I need to set a passcode
[00:11:34.440] in order to create a private album.
[00:11:36.460] I'll tap set passcode and it's going to ask me to type it in
[00:11:39.950] and I'll use my keyboard to type in 1234
[00:11:45.200] and now on screen I have to type 1234
[00:11:48.260] to see into that album
[00:11:50.000] and create this new private album and I'll tap save.
[00:11:53.080] Now it's flipped over to the HashPhotos side again
[00:11:55.880] and now it says Private Albums
[00:11:58.020] and if I tap on that it's going to ask for my passcode
[00:12:00.760] to be able to get in to see them.
[00:12:02.120] You'll notice I couldn't see them until I type this in
[00:12:05.820] and now there's my private album.
[00:12:07.690] I tap on it and I don't have any photos in it.
[00:12:10.510] I could go through the same process that I did before
[00:12:13.430] to go back to my photos and I'm gonna do a select,
[00:12:18.040] I'll select all, deselect that one photo
[00:12:20.850] and I'll say Add To and I'm going to go to a private album
[00:12:24.550] and it's going to ask for my passcode yet again.
[00:12:28.858] I'm gonna go to My Private
[00:12:30.580] and it's gonna move those photos.
[00:12:32.560] Again it's going to want to delete them from Apple Photos
[00:12:35.600] which I don't want to do.
[00:12:38.710] Let's go take a look at those local
[00:12:40.600] and private albums we just created
[00:12:42.900] and I'll tap on the HashPhotos logo
[00:12:45.070] and let me first look at My Local.
[00:12:47.070] You'll notice that those 12 pictures
[00:12:49.020] are actually in that album.
[00:12:51.240] It gave me the option to delete before
[00:12:53.330] but it did put them in a local album here.
[00:12:55.690] So I have kind of the best of both worlds.
[00:12:57.950] I have a duplicate of them in this local album.
[00:13:01.630] The same thing is true if I go to Private Albums
[00:13:05.040] and I can tap on that album and though there are again
[00:13:10.040] and I want to show you how to delete albums
[00:13:11.967] and swipe from right to left.
[00:13:13.920] I'll get the delete option and I can delete the album.
[00:13:19.200] Let me do the same thing with my local.
[00:13:21.017] You notice we also could rename the album from here
[00:13:24.100] but I'm going to delete the album
[00:13:26.855] and it says those photos will be deleted
[00:13:28.190] and can't be undone but if I go back to my photos,
[00:13:31.650] since that was a duplicate I go back over here,
[00:13:35.290] you can see that those photos are still there.
[00:13:37.770] So that was actually three copies of that set of 12 photos.
[00:13:41.710] I don't want to spend too much more time
[00:13:43.490] talking about folders and structures than we already have
[00:13:46.440] because there's a lot more fun to be had in editing.
[00:13:50.790] I've been on another walk.
[00:13:51.900] So there's even more photos.
[00:13:53.730] Let's take a look at this photo
[00:13:55.210] of the palm tree and the clouds.
[00:13:57.760] When I tap on it I'm gonna see the live photo
[00:14:00.110] and then it's going to hold still.
[00:14:02.060] In the upper right I have a button
[00:14:03.350] that will let me look at the information about this photo
[00:14:06.610] and you can see that's all of the EXIF data
[00:14:08.990] for how that photo was taken,
[00:14:10.340] including the location information.
[00:14:12.530] If I tap back on the image, that goes away
[00:14:16.750] and when you first go into some of these tools,
[00:14:18.710] you'll get tool tips that'll give you gestures.
[00:14:21.480] For example if I swipe down, I go back to the grid view.
[00:14:26.090] I'm going to tap back in if I swipe up,
[00:14:29.460] it's going to show me the information view
[00:14:31.510] so you can use those gestures or you can use the buttons
[00:14:34.470] if you'd prefer.
[00:14:35.682] In the upper right is the edit menu
[00:14:38.430] and the first time you tap this,
[00:14:40.140] it's going to show you a tooltip
[00:14:41.490] that suggests you try a long press on that.
[00:14:43.920] So I'll do a long press right now.
[00:14:46.007] So right now it's showing me a bunch of different options
[00:14:48.900] that I could jump right into in editing
[00:14:51.380] or tap away and tap once and go into the edit menu.
[00:14:55.550] We'll start there.
[00:14:57.240] In the bottom left we have a box.
[00:14:58.960] I'm going to tap that and you're going to see
[00:15:01.510] I can flip horizontal vertical, do rotations
[00:15:04.400] and I can do crops.
[00:15:06.000] We have a lot to go through here
[00:15:07.130] so I'm going to assume that you know
[00:15:08.440] how each of those would work.
[00:15:11.090] Next is lighting and colour and this has a lot of options.
[00:15:15.030] We can add green to a photo, I'll tap that
[00:15:18.200] and I can simply increase the green or decrease the green.
[00:15:22.660] I'm gonna hit the X to back out of that.
[00:15:25.592] If I go back in, I can add a vignette
[00:15:29.080] and again that one's a simple slider.
[00:15:30.690] I can do a dark vignette or a light vignette.
[00:15:33.230] I don't like either one so I'm going to hit the X again.
[00:15:36.360] I don't want to go through all of these
[00:15:37.860] because they are very standard types of controls.
[00:15:41.180] One that's kind of a higher level control
[00:15:43.470] that you don't always get in an iPad app or an iPhone app
[00:15:46.360] is curves so I can change the way the lighting works
[00:15:50.550] based on the RGB colour space.
[00:15:53.260] I can change it like that or I could tap on a colour
[00:15:56.050] like this will just affect the reds in the photo
[00:15:58.480] when I drag the curves around
[00:16:00.460] and if I don't want to see the curve for a second
[00:16:02.470] so I just want to view the photo,
[00:16:04.440] I can tap that curve symbol on the left side,
[00:16:07.740] I can bring it back and I can hit undo
[00:16:11.150] and I can hit X to get out.
[00:16:13.570] We can also use an auto enhance feature
[00:16:16.020] but you've again got experiences with that.
[00:16:19.140] Up the top centre you can see a rectangle
[00:16:22.260] with a bunch of little rectangles going back on that.
[00:16:24.560] Let me show you what that is.
[00:16:26.160] This is the undo history.
[00:16:28.200] So let me close this for a moment
[00:16:30.130] and I'm going to do a couple of changes.
[00:16:32.230] Let's change the highlights and shadows.
[00:16:35.350] I'm going to bring up my shadows
[00:16:37.380] so I can see that tree a little bit more
[00:16:38.617] and I'll bring down the highlights
[00:16:40.500] and I'll hit the check box this time.
[00:16:42.920] Now if I tap on the versions,
[00:16:44.830] you can see I have different versions
[00:16:46.250] and I could go back to the opening version
[00:16:48.380] by tapping the top.
[00:16:50.290] You can always go back and forth within this
[00:16:52.620] during this operation.
[00:16:54.290] You also have at the top and undo and a redo button.
[00:16:57.650] I'll tap the redo and now you can see
[00:16:59.980] the detail in the palm tree again.
[00:17:02.980] I'll go back here and I'll tap open again.
[00:17:05.640] So that's the way it was when it opened.
[00:17:08.280] The centre colourful button
[00:17:09.690] which looks kind of like the HashPhotos logo
[00:17:11.890] is to get into filters.
[00:17:14.450] There's a lot of options in here.
[00:17:16.900] I'm still scrolling so you can go to your filters,
[00:17:20.670] to your heart's content here.
[00:17:22.180] I'm up to F, we can go into vintage,
[00:17:24.950] we can tap the checkbox
[00:17:27.000] and now I've got a completely different look to that photo.
[00:17:30.140] I'm going to undo.
[00:17:31.590] Next up is frames and this is to allow you
[00:17:35.510] to put a frame around your photo.
[00:17:37.160] Now it starts with a very simple rectangular frame
[00:17:39.920] but I'm gonna hit the box on the left
[00:17:42.340] and I can change that to just weight on the top and bottom,
[00:17:45.660] a large area down at the bottom
[00:17:46.930] looks kind of like an old Polaroid
[00:17:48.750] and we could go to each of those options.
[00:17:51.000] The next button, the circle is actually
[00:17:53.230] for the colour of that border that's going around the photo.
[00:17:56.720] We can also change the thickness.
[00:17:59.210] It shrinks that up and down.
[00:18:01.050] Let's go back and put a normal kind of border on it
[00:18:04.120] so I can make this thicker and thinner.
[00:18:07.150] Actually let's make a little bit thicker.
[00:18:08.860] On the far right we can add rounded borders
[00:18:11.760] so we can round our image inside that photo
[00:18:15.507] and I'll tap the X button to back out of that.
[00:18:18.812] Next up is the + button and this is gonna allow us
[00:18:21.490] to do shape mask, overlay images, drawings blur.
[00:18:24.840] There's a lot of fun to be had in here.
[00:18:26.830] Let me tap on shape mask and it starts out with a circle.
[00:18:31.350] If I tap the button on the far left
[00:18:33.760] you can see I can change the colour of the outer area
[00:18:36.580] so let's make that, let's see how about a dark blue there,
[00:18:39.910] medium kind of blue.
[00:18:41.600] Let me tap the middle button
[00:18:43.663] and now this is going to show the shape.
[00:18:44.916] So I could make it a heart,
[00:18:46.550] make that some sort of romantic thing here
[00:18:49.380] and then the button to the right
[00:18:50.670] is gonna allow us to change the opacity of that outer area
[00:18:54.500] that's not covered by the shape mask.
[00:18:56.520] So I could make it completely opaque
[00:18:58.760] or could make it much more translucent.
[00:19:01.240] Kind of makes an interesting effect
[00:19:02.800] if you wanted to highlight something
[00:19:04.580] with a little bit of opacity there.
[00:19:06.870] I'm gonna hit the X to cancel out of the shape masks.
[00:19:10.450] Tap back in here and now I can overlay an image
[00:19:13.740] and this is kind of an interesting idea.
[00:19:16.070] I'm able to go back into my photos
[00:19:18.570] and I'll choose another palm tree picture from the same walk
[00:19:21.880] and it actually just plopped it right on top.
[00:19:24.450] I'm gonna use two fingers to pinch and zoom it in,
[00:19:27.130] that's gotten smaller and I can drag it around
[00:19:28.960] with one finger and with two fingers,
[00:19:30.960] I could rotate it, maybe put it down in the corner here.
[00:19:35.160] I can change the opacity with a button on the right
[00:19:38.520] so I could sort of filter that in and out
[00:19:40.950] and the centre button this allows me
[00:19:43.510] to change the blend mode.
[00:19:45.380] So it's set to normal but I could set it to darken.
[00:19:48.470] So let's move it over on top so you can see a little more
[00:19:50.967] and let's go back over here and go back in.
[00:19:54.690] I could change it to multiply, colour burn, linear burn.
[00:19:58.040] If you've worked with overlay masks before in blend modes
[00:20:01.200] you'll be familiar with this.
[00:20:03.330] I don't think we need to go through all of those
[00:20:05.380] and I'm going to cancel out.
[00:20:07.700] Let's go back in.
[00:20:09.100] I can actually draw in my image when I tap on drawing
[00:20:12.620] I'm gonna get several tools and I've got a paintbrush
[00:20:14.760] on the left and I tap on that.
[00:20:16.920] I can simply draw.
[00:20:20.370] Tap again, I could draw a rectangle
[00:20:23.260] and go back I'm hitting the undo button at the top each time
[00:20:26.750] go along here I can draw an arrow.
[00:20:28.610] So I really want people to notice there's a palm tree here.
[00:20:31.680] I can change the opacity of things that I'm drawing.
[00:20:34.220] So let me draw another arrow over here.
[00:20:36.460] It's a little bit lighter.
[00:20:38.460] Let's go into this second button
[00:20:40.540] and that allows me to make a thicker one
[00:20:42.810] so I'll draw a nice big thick one
[00:20:44.380] and you can see it's not quite as opaque as the first one.
[00:20:47.340] I don't think anybody's gonna miss the palm tree here now.
[00:20:50.440] Let me hit the X to pop out of all of those.
[00:20:53.020] I'll hit the + button again, let's go into blur.
[00:20:57.030] With blur, we have several tools down at the bottom.
[00:20:59.480] The centre is going to control
[00:21:00.830] what kind of tool I'm going to use for the blur.
[00:21:03.000] The circle is going to change the size of the brush
[00:21:06.050] that I will be using if I use a brush
[00:21:08.630] and the third is going to change how blurred it is,
[00:21:11.340] that little droplet changes how blurred it is.
[00:21:13.680] So let's hit the paintbrush to start with
[00:21:15.920] and I'm actually going to choose a circle.
[00:21:17.671] I'm gonna drag a circle
[00:21:19.020] across the centre of our picture here.
[00:21:21.340] So you can see that it's blurred
[00:21:23.040] and I'll use the droplet to change how blurry it is.
[00:21:26.420] Dragging that up I can drag that down.
[00:21:28.950] So let me undo that and let's look at the paintbrush.
[00:21:32.700] So let's say I wanted to blur the outside area.
[00:21:35.176] I'm gonna change the thickness
[00:21:37.310] by increasing the size on this left button here
[00:21:40.350] and I can start drawing
[00:21:41.550] and I'm just kind of scribbling around on screen here.
[00:21:43.730] I can change how much I've blurred this area
[00:21:46.147] and I'm gonna accidentally kind of zoom in here.
[00:21:48.520] I'm gonna accidentally blur over some of the tree.
[00:21:52.000] If I go back to my paintbrush,
[00:21:53.840] I have an eraser brush so I could go in here
[00:21:56.510] and I could erase what was being blurred.
[00:21:59.150] I might want to be more refined
[00:22:00.630] so I might want to bring down the size of my eraser
[00:22:03.470] and I could erase a smaller area.
[00:22:06.870] Let me tap on the eraser brush to choose another tool.
[00:22:10.280] You can also choose to use a square.
[00:22:12.680] So I'll draw a large square right here to blur that area.
[00:22:15.820] Let me hit the X to cancel out of this
[00:22:19.130] and the next one up is Tilt Shift
[00:22:21.060] and this is a particular technique
[00:22:22.730] that allows you to create images
[00:22:25.070] that make things look like they're miniature
[00:22:27.330] and it requires a certain type of photo
[00:22:29.420] where you've taken a photo maybe looking down on something,
[00:22:32.190] people will do like a soccer field
[00:22:33.950] and you can make something look smaller
[00:22:36.040] and make it look like it's miniaturised.
[00:22:38.190] It doesn't very well work if you're looking up
[00:22:40.440] but let's just take a look at it really quickly here.
[00:22:43.260] With tilt shift you want to change
[00:22:45.480] the focus of the centre section to be in sharp focus
[00:22:49.370] and the outer areas are gonna become blurry.
[00:22:52.220] So I'm moving my fingers in and out
[00:22:53.960] to make the outer areas blurry and change the location
[00:22:57.159] and I can change the angle of the blurry
[00:23:00.350] versus the sharp areas.
[00:23:02.880] I can also change how blurry it is
[00:23:04.730] outside of those two lines.
[00:23:07.180] Now let's switch over to a circle
[00:23:08.733] and you can see that the centre is in focus
[00:23:11.670] but the outside is blurry.
[00:23:14.090] Let me tap the X to get out.
[00:23:16.210] I'm going to go back in, we'll take a look at stickers
[00:23:19.950] and stickers simply allows you
[00:23:21.590] to apply little stickers to your images.
[00:23:23.900] I think we'll add some rain to this beautiful photo.
[00:23:28.292] We can move that up and over, we can change the opacity
[00:23:31.980] like a rain cloud out of that.
[00:23:33.630] I could flip it right and left, up and down.
[00:23:36.890] If I had multiple stickers on this image,
[00:23:39.130] the next icon would allow me to bring them forward and back
[00:23:41.960] with respect to each other but let's keep moving
[00:23:45.000] and with it selected I could also delete it.
[00:23:48.360] Do I want to delete the selected sticker?
[00:23:50.330] Yes I do.
[00:23:51.440] Let me hit the X to get out
[00:23:54.430] and finally we have text.
[00:23:56.850] When I first tap that it's going to invite me
[00:23:58.370] to double tap to edit.
[00:24:00.730] Let me put two lines in here and I'll tap the check
[00:24:04.910] and now with two fingers I can pinch and zoom
[00:24:07.240] to make that be larger and I can rotate it
[00:24:11.000] and let's change the colour with this white button here
[00:24:13.880] and I'm gonna change that to a dark red.
[00:24:16.800] I can change the opacity but I think
[00:24:18.440] I'll leave that alone for a moment.
[00:24:19.670] Let me change the font and you'll see the font
[00:24:22.560] in the words that you've actually written.
[00:24:24.760] Let's choose something big and thick here
[00:24:27.310] and then I can change the left and right justification.
[00:24:30.050] I can change the kerning.
[00:24:31.670] So I can change the spacing between the letters
[00:24:33.790] horizontally and vertically.
[00:24:38.000] I'm gonna go to the drop shadow.
[00:24:40.310] I'll pick black for the drop shadow
[00:24:42.470] and then I'm gonna change the blur radius
[00:24:45.080] and you start to see it come out there a little bit
[00:24:47.630] but you notice you can't quite see what's going on here.
[00:24:50.080] So above that there's two numbers.
[00:24:51.910] You see two zeros and they have chevrons
[00:24:53.830] to the right and left and chevrons up and down.
[00:24:56.310] That's going to slide our blur to the right or to the left
[00:24:59.150] and down and up.
[00:25:00.550] So let me start tapping and you can see
[00:25:02.410] it starts moving to the right.
[00:25:03.840] I can also tap and hold and drag to move it more quickly.
[00:25:07.560] I'll then use the ones on the right to drag down
[00:25:10.998] and you can see I've got a significant drop shadow.
[00:25:13.130] With it selected, I can change the colour to pink
[00:25:16.180] or let's try changing it to green
[00:25:18.790] and that's how we can add text to an image with HashPhotos.
[00:25:22.070] Let me hit the X to get rid of that.
[00:25:24.340] Let me hit the back chevron
[00:25:26.510] and I'm gonna tap discard changes
[00:25:28.070] because I don't want to keep any of that
[00:25:30.140] but now that you're familiar with those menus
[00:25:31.840] tapping and holding on the edit menu,
[00:25:33.960] you could go directly into something you wanted
[00:25:36.130] like add stickers.
[00:25:40.220] We're right into the interface very quickly
[00:25:42.570] instead of having to drill down
[00:25:43.980] through all the different menus.
[00:25:45.750] We tap the X and I'll tap X again and I'll back out.
[00:25:51.110] Let's do one final edit because I didn't show you yet
[00:25:53.690] how to save.
[00:25:55.010] Let me tap on the edit button and let's go into lighting
[00:25:59.590] and let's go back to that highlights and shadows.
[00:26:02.459] I'm gonna bring up the shadows so we can see that tree
[00:26:05.070] and I'll bring the highlights down a little bit
[00:26:07.520] and I'll tap the check box.
[00:26:10.140] Now if I tap the backward arrow now,
[00:26:12.430] it's going to say do you want to discard changes
[00:26:14.360] and I don't want to discard changes this time.
[00:26:17.257] I'm going to tap away from that and in the upper right
[00:26:19.530] you can see a downward arrow into a box.
[00:26:22.560] I'll tap that.
[00:26:23.720] We have options to save a small, medium, large or full size
[00:26:27.130] and we can choose whether or not
[00:26:28.360] to have the metadata and location saved into this image.
[00:26:31.950] By default it's turned off but I'll turn that back on
[00:26:35.270] and I have an option to open that in another application.
[00:26:37.970] I can email it, message it, Instagram it or save a copy.
[00:26:41.630] Let me tap save a copy when I go back,
[00:26:47.040] when I go back again,
[00:26:48.730] you can see I have two versions of the same photo.
[00:26:51.210] The one on the left is our original.
[00:26:54.230] You can see it's a live photo.
[00:26:56.180] Let me go back.
[00:26:57.973] I'm gonna go into this one
[00:26:58.806] and that's our new and improved version
[00:27:00.610] but it is no longer a live photo.
[00:27:05.660] You might think at this point
[00:27:06.900] that I've showed you everything a photos app can do
[00:27:09.500] but there's a lot more built into HashPhotos
[00:27:12.480] and it's kind of buried in an interesting place.
[00:27:15.294] Down in the bottom you'll see three dots
[00:27:18.090] but I'm actually not going to be using those three dots.
[00:27:21.000] In the upper right I'm going to tap on select
[00:27:23.600] and I'm going to tap on this surfer.
[00:27:25.770] You'll notice the bottom left has now changed
[00:27:27.690] into the standard share button.
[00:27:29.730] Let me tap on that.
[00:27:31.630] In here you're going to see things that look
[00:27:33.370] very very standard at first.
[00:27:35.220] The top row is applications.
[00:27:36.680] You can send a photo to but down below,
[00:27:39.040] you've got the typical things like saved a drop box,
[00:27:41.500] copy, print, assign to contacts and save to files
[00:27:43.910] but as you keep going you're gonna get to some things
[00:27:47.480] that are unique to HashPhotos.
[00:27:49.990] We could favourite a photo and this Favorite
[00:27:52.010] is the same as Favorites over in photos
[00:27:54.870] but we can also change the location,
[00:27:57.679] adjust the date and time and more.
[00:28:01.150] I'm gonna tap away from this
[00:28:02.580] and I'm gonna show you a use case for some of those things.
[00:28:06.520] Let me cancel and I'm going to slide over to my albums here
[00:28:10.450] and I'm gonna take you down to this bottom album.
[00:28:14.190] This is a series of photos that I scanned into my computer
[00:28:17.900] in December of 2011.
[00:28:19.960] But these photos were not taken in December of 2011.
[00:28:22.440] They were taken around July, maybe 1975.
[00:28:26.920] Got several photos here in December
[00:28:29.050] and then one showing in January of 2012.
[00:28:31.750] But all of these photos really should be around 1975.
[00:28:35.850] Well I would like to change the date on these photos
[00:28:38.400] and HashPhotos makes it really really easy to do that.
[00:28:42.190] So I'm going to tap on Select
[00:28:43.932] and then I'm going to tap on the Select
[00:28:46.100] next to December 2011 on the far right
[00:28:49.280] that's going to select all of those photos.
[00:28:51.720] Let me scroll up and I'll get this one
[00:28:53.240] that says January of 2012.
[00:28:56.200] Now that all those photos are selected,
[00:28:57.920] I'm going to tap on the Share button.
[00:29:00.350] I'm going to scroll over
[00:29:01.600] and we're going to skip over Set Location for the time being
[00:29:04.630] and I'm going to tap on Adjust Date/Time.
[00:29:07.685] Now I'm given a menu of Custom or Time Shift
[00:29:11.210] and let me show you Time Shift first.
[00:29:13.040] That's not what I need to use now
[00:29:15.090] but there are times where you take your phone with you
[00:29:17.870] and maybe the time zone didn't get set correctly
[00:29:20.380] or perhaps you have a big camera, an SLR
[00:29:24.260] or a mirrorless camera,
[00:29:25.920] and you forget to change the time on it,
[00:29:28.000] and it doesn't set the time correctly when you go on travel.
[00:29:31.100] I have that problem, I forget to do that
[00:29:32.910] and then my photos from my big camera
[00:29:35.320] and my photos from my iPhone
[00:29:36.730] don't line up with the same times
[00:29:38.640] so they get all messed up in my photos albums.
[00:29:41.210] With this, you could time shift by single-hour increments.
[00:29:45.120] So if you're off by two hours in timezone
[00:29:47.120] you could just change it by two hours.
[00:29:49.170] Again that's not the problem we're solving with these photos
[00:29:51.570] but I wanted to show you
[00:29:52.450] that that's a very, very useful option
[00:29:54.370] and I will definitely be using that.
[00:29:56.740] Back on the Custom tab we can be very precise about this.
[00:30:00.330] Unfortunately I don't know the precise date of these photos
[00:30:02.837] but I can tap into date and I'm gonna set these to 1975
[00:30:09.380] is about when I said it was.
[00:30:11.190] Let's keep going it's gonna be 1975
[00:30:14.370] and we're gonna go with, how about July.
[00:30:17.970] July 3rd that sounds great
[00:30:19.260] and I have no idea what time they were
[00:30:21.300] but I've got a toggle down here that can change the time
[00:30:24.100] or I can leave that off and now I'm going to tap Adjust
[00:30:29.830] and all of those photos just changed to July of 1975.
[00:30:34.280] I think this is a fantastic feature
[00:30:36.450] and I've never seen anything that does it this easily.
[00:30:39.420] Again, these changes are now reflected in my photos library
[00:30:43.560] on my phone, on my iPad and on my Mac.
[00:30:48.400] Now let's set the location for these.
[00:30:50.460] I didn't have location on when I scanned in the photos
[00:30:53.480] so I'm gonna select them again.
[00:30:55.695] I'm gonna just tap July of 1975, select all
[00:30:58.837] and a tap on the share button
[00:31:01.360] and now I'm gonna scroll over here in this bottom row
[00:31:03.670] and I'm gonna set the location.
[00:31:06.180] I'm gonna search for the city.
[00:31:07.550] My parents had a boat in Redondo Beach,
[00:31:10.410] wants to know my contacts,
[00:31:11.870] I'm not going to do that right now
[00:31:13.430] 'cause I don't need to look up a contact.
[00:31:15.220] I'm just looking up a city
[00:31:16.470] so I'm going to tap Don't Allow.
[00:31:18.700] Type in Redondo Beach then I hit search
[00:31:22.940] Redondo Beach California and now I can hit save
[00:31:28.250] and all of those photos now think they were taken
[00:31:30.810] in July of 1975 in Redondo Beach.
[00:31:34.250] Let me tap on a photo here and I'll tap the I
[00:31:38.350] and you can see it says Thursday July 3rd, 1975
[00:31:42.140] and it's showing a location down in Redondo Beach.
[00:31:44.770] That's not actually at the harbour
[00:31:46.030] so it's not quite where I meant to put it
[00:31:47.880] but you understand what I was doing here.
[00:31:51.050] Let me swipe down and I'll swipe down again.
[00:31:54.560] I think this is a fantastic feature
[00:31:56.500] and probably one of the things I'm most excited about,
[00:31:59.190] using HashPhotos.
[00:32:00.970] Now I can swipe to my right
[00:32:03.410] and I'm going to go back to all photos
[00:32:05.540] and I'll swipe to the left again
[00:32:07.217] and if I scroll all the way to the top,
[00:32:12.100] you'll see I've got photos in 1975.
[00:32:14.900] There's my July 1975 and you can see
[00:32:17.160] the photos have been placed correctly now.
[00:32:21.220] Let's take a look at another way
[00:32:22.900] to change the location on your photos
[00:32:25.270] especially doing a mass change to photos.
[00:32:29.200] On screen here you can see a bunch of photos
[00:32:31.163] that were all taken at night of a Falcon-9 rocket launch.
[00:32:35.070] There are five photos in the middle there
[00:32:36.750] that you can see the live symbol on
[00:32:38.600] so you know those photos were taken by my iPhone.
[00:32:41.780] I took the other photos using my Olympus mirrorless camera
[00:32:45.230] and I don't have the location on those.
[00:32:47.930] Let me open up one of these photos
[00:32:50.076] and I'm going to tap the I to see to the right
[00:32:53.520] and you can see it has the location down on the beach.
[00:32:56.650] I'm going to tap the three dots in the upper right
[00:32:59.192] and you can see a lot of information about the photo.
[00:33:01.850] If I scroll all the way, down at the bottom
[00:33:04.430] you can see the location information.
[00:33:06.220] If I tap anywhere here, you can see it says Location Copied.
[00:33:10.550] You can tap on altitude, on image direction,
[00:33:13.450] anywhere in that section
[00:33:14.850] and it'll copy the location information.
[00:33:17.430] I'm going to tap done and I'll tap away
[00:33:20.450] and let me go back and let me choose one of these photos
[00:33:23.530] like this one and the bottom right there.
[00:33:25.640] This one does not have location information.
[00:33:28.256] I'm going to tap the I
[00:33:29.400] and it says there's no location information.
[00:33:31.600] If I tap once on the map it's going to immediately assume
[00:33:34.630] I mean that last copied location and I can tap save
[00:33:38.560] and now that photo has location information.
[00:33:41.650] Let me tap the picture and go back
[00:33:44.210] and I could select all of these photos
[00:33:46.240] that were taken with my other camera.
[00:33:49.240] See let's just take them all.
[00:33:51.320] The interface is a little bit different
[00:33:52.940] when you're doing a batch change like this.
[00:33:54.940] We're going to use the share menu in the bottom left
[00:33:58.180] and I'm going to scroll over until I see set location
[00:34:02.470] and it's going to immediately assume
[00:34:03.820] that copied location and I tap save.
[00:34:06.950] And now if I go into any one of these photos,
[00:34:09.700] let's say this one right here and I'll tap the I
[00:34:13.130] and it shows the location information
[00:34:14.850] has been added to all of those photos.
[00:34:18.410] HashPhotos makes it really easy
[00:34:19.750] to add location information to your images.
[00:34:22.815] Next let's take a look at a feature
[00:34:25.700] that does exist in Apple Photos
[00:34:27.460] but is really easy to use in HashPhotos.
[00:34:30.290] Let me select these three construction photos
[00:34:32.617] and let's say I didn't want to have that in my photo album
[00:34:35.710] when I'm showing it to someone.
[00:34:37.510] Let me tap the share button.
[00:34:39.700] I'm going to slide over to hide
[00:34:41.910] and it's gonna allow me to hide these three photos
[00:34:45.349] I'm gonna tap it once and it's going to ask me a second time
[00:34:49.120] and now these three pictures are going to disappear.
[00:34:51.950] I go back over to albums and under smart albums,
[00:34:55.430] at the very bottom there you can see it says Hidden (3)
[00:34:58.660] and if I tap on that, you can see the three hidden photos.
[00:35:02.390] These photos will be hidden on photos on the Mac and on iOS
[00:35:06.960] outside of HashPhotos.
[00:35:08.660] I'm gonna select all three photos so I'll hit select
[00:35:11.237] and I'll hit the select button to the right of October
[00:35:14.400] and I'll tap my Share button and I slide over
[00:35:17.780] and now it has changed to be called Unhide.
[00:35:20.980] When I tap that, it's gonna automatically
[00:35:23.360] put the pictures back and you'll now see this is empty.
[00:35:26.370] So I'll go to albums back to photos and when it comes up,
[00:35:30.440] those three photos will be visible again.
[00:35:33.530] With HashPhotos, we can convert a live photo
[00:35:37.010] to a still photo.
[00:35:38.370] That means it's gonna strip off the little video file
[00:35:41.000] that goes along with the live photo.
[00:35:43.550] Let me tap on the picture of this dog.
[00:35:45.770] You can see that it's kind of moving around
[00:35:47.770] and I don't actually care that that's a live photo
[00:35:50.300] that may be taking up disk space,
[00:35:51.830] for some other reason I wouldn't want it to be a live photo.
[00:35:55.060] Let me tap back I'm gonna select and tap on that image
[00:35:59.590] and now I'll tap our share menu
[00:36:02.050] and I'm going to scroll across
[00:36:03.900] and you can see live photo to still.
[00:36:06.440] Tap that once it's going to say
[00:36:08.380] do you want to convert the live photo to the still photo
[00:36:11.030] and it warns you the still photo will be saved
[00:36:13.600] and the original live photo will be deleted
[00:36:16.660] and a tap convert and it's going to give us another warning.
[00:36:20.570] It's gonna say "Are you sure?"
[00:36:21.920] Do you really want to allow this photo
[00:36:24.230] to be deleted the live photo
[00:36:26.430] and that live photo will be deleted from iCloud photos
[00:36:29.380] on all of your devices.
[00:36:31.260] I'm going to say delete and now you see the symbol went away
[00:36:36.310] and when I tap on the photo it's a still photo.
[00:36:40.868] Down on the bottom left of our main grid view,
[00:36:43.630] you'll see a button with three dots.
[00:36:45.580] Let me tap that and you can do
[00:36:47.820] a couple of different things here
[00:36:48.990] but I want to have you focus on the little broom here.
[00:36:51.900] When I tap on that it shows you
[00:36:53.427] two of the most amazing features in HashPhotos.
[00:36:56.860] It can find duplicates in your library
[00:36:59.167] and it can find similar photos.
[00:37:01.470] Similar photos are maybe even a bigger problem
[00:37:04.230] than duplicate photos.
[00:37:05.740] It's very common practise to take multiple photos
[00:37:07.880] of the same thing say a group photo
[00:37:10.370] and we want to make sure we get a great photo
[00:37:12.240] so we take a bunch of them.
[00:37:13.740] But in Apple Photos on any device on the Mac or on iOS
[00:37:17.440] it's incredibly tedious to figure out which one is the best.
[00:37:21.400] If you're like me, you hesitate to delete the similar photos
[00:37:24.450] and you end up keeping them all,
[00:37:25.810] cluttering up your photos library.
[00:37:28.308] HashPhotos will allow you to find similar photos
[00:37:30.380] and triage them easily and painlessly
[00:37:33.140] in an intuitive interface.
[00:37:35.330] Now I'm not actually going to do it at this level however
[00:37:38.840] because with my giant library,
[00:37:40.760] there were actually 11,037 seven similar photos
[00:37:44.670] and it took about six minutes to identify them.
[00:37:47.620] So I'm probably not going to go through that
[00:37:49.537] and that's kind of daunting so let's go an easier path.
[00:37:54.420] Now slide to the left and I'm gonna go to December of 2017.
[00:37:59.480] In here you can see there are several photos
[00:38:01.360] of me and my husband and my dog
[00:38:03.260] in front of a Christmas tree.
[00:38:05.010] I'm gonna select by hitting the select button
[00:38:07.487] and I'm gonna select all of December
[00:38:10.580] and now down in the share button, I'm gonna slide over
[00:38:15.670] and you can see find similar photos.
[00:38:18.037] Now the nice thing is that allows me
[00:38:19.560] to just take that one month
[00:38:21.400] and see how many things I have that are similar.
[00:38:24.150] So let me tap find similar photos
[00:38:27.115] and it takes just a few seconds
[00:38:28.180] and you can see it's found about 50 of them.
[00:38:30.840] Let me scroll up to the top here.
[00:38:33.287] There are several that are similar
[00:38:36.590] and up at the very top you can see
[00:38:38.110] these photos of us with our dog.
[00:38:40.820] In the bottom left we have a square icon with three dots
[00:38:43.490] and if I tap that, I can change what kind of information
[00:38:46.660] is showing right on the photos.
[00:38:48.450] By default it's none but I can tap on dimensions
[00:38:51.840] and this can be handy if you have say a high resolution
[00:38:54.900] and a low resolution option of the same photo.
[00:38:57.930] I do that a lot.
[00:38:58.820] I'm not even sure how I always caused it
[00:39:00.550] but I do have a lot of those.
[00:39:02.130] In this case, that isn't the problem.
[00:39:04.360] Let me tap down here we can look
[00:39:06.170] at what time they were taken
[00:39:07.702] or we could look at the file size.
[00:39:10.460] In this case that's not terribly helpful information
[00:39:13.130] so let me tap and go to none.
[00:39:16.210] Now the real trick here is when you go to compare.
[00:39:19.552] HashPhotos has decided that the first three are very similar
[00:39:22.290] and the second three are similar to each other.
[00:39:24.700] So we're just going to have to deal with three photos here
[00:39:27.170] at the same time.
[00:39:28.770] If I tap on Compare in the upper right,
[00:39:31.483] it's going to show us two of the photos side by side.
[00:39:35.120] On the left you can see it is numbered this photo number one
[00:39:38.260] and it says it's the best photo.
[00:39:40.520] You can also see that we have the dimensions
[00:39:42.610] and the size and the file type in this case,
[00:39:45.040] HEIC see telling us about this photo.
[00:39:48.170] You can also see that we have the RGB
[00:39:50.160] and luminance histograms to show us
[00:39:52.730] maybe one photo is better than the other one,
[00:39:54.800] maybe one is blown out.
[00:39:56.220] In this case that's probably not going to be
[00:39:58.000] too much information for us.
[00:40:00.070] Now here's where the real power comes in.
[00:40:02.410] I'm going to zoom in with two fingers
[00:40:04.110] on the photo on the left and you'll notice
[00:40:06.690] that it's zooming in on the photo on the right
[00:40:08.870] at the same time.
[00:40:10.440] So from here, I could decide which one of these photos
[00:40:12.870] I liked better.
[00:40:14.330] I mentioned the best photo's on the left
[00:40:16.290] but the right photo is number two.
[00:40:18.570] Let me tap the star at the bottom
[00:40:20.887] and you'll see that number two is on the left now
[00:40:23.810] but it has now been declared the best photo.
[00:40:27.460] So let's say I don't really like this photo on the right
[00:40:30.380] but I wanted to look at that third photo.
[00:40:32.560] I can scroll like this from right to left
[00:40:36.070] and now I've got a different photo to compare
[00:40:38.560] and I look at those two and I say wow,
[00:40:40.410] that's really my favourite photo.
[00:40:42.740] So I could take this photo and give it a star
[00:40:45.600] and now that is considered my favourite best photo.
[00:40:48.740] It's got the best exposure, it's got everything I like.
[00:40:51.720] At this point, I could tap the delete
[00:40:54.760] and I could delete all that I haven't chosen
[00:40:57.300] or just delete this current photo.
[00:41:00.070] I'm gonna leave that alone
[00:41:01.450] but you can see how easy it is to zoom in
[00:41:03.720] and maybe you've got a group photo
[00:41:06.277] like I talked about before and you're looking to see
[00:41:07.930] whether Uncle Harry has his eyes closed or Aunt Sue
[00:41:11.270] has got her mouth open.
[00:41:12.410] What's going on in that photo?
[00:41:13.910] You can figure out which one's the best
[00:41:15.560] because you can zoom in and look very closely
[00:41:17.720] at both of them at the same time.
[00:41:20.540] Now you may not want to zoom them at the same time
[00:41:23.360] and the gear down in the bottom left
[00:41:24.850] is going to help you with that.
[00:41:26.830] We tap on that, we can click on this sync zoom scroll button
[00:41:30.980] and now if I zoom one photo,
[00:41:32.480] it zooms but the other one does not.
[00:41:34.980] Personally I like it with the syncing on.
[00:41:37.890] I mentioned already that we can see
[00:41:39.330] the size and file type and file size at the top
[00:41:42.200] but down at the bottom we have the EXIF information,
[00:41:44.870] the detailed information about how this photo was taken.
[00:41:47.890] For example I know the f-stop, I know the speed,
[00:41:50.500] I can see the zoom of the lens, the exposure,
[00:41:53.440] the ISO and which phone took that photo.
[00:41:56.360] If I tap on the gear again, I can hide that information.
[00:42:00.340] I tap again, I could hide the histogram.
[00:42:03.770] This other way to compare
[00:42:05.030] is by going to Overlay Compare Mode.
[00:42:07.960] I'm going to tap on that and now you only see one photo.
[00:42:11.050] At the top you can see it says that's photo number two
[00:42:13.740] and that's the candidate
[00:42:15.610] but if I press on the white star on the right,
[00:42:18.300] if I tap it and hold I can toggle back and forth
[00:42:21.430] between number three which I had declared was the best photo
[00:42:24.400] and number two which is one of the candidates.
[00:42:26.740] So I can go back and forth and look at the two of these
[00:42:29.250] and say okay they're almost exactly the same
[00:42:31.720] but I like that one better and so yes,
[00:42:33.700] three is my best photo.
[00:42:35.700] It's a real easy way to go through your photos,
[00:42:38.310] triage quickly and see which ones you like the best.
[00:42:41.700] I'm gonna tap done and now we can do one other thing.
[00:42:44.850] We can declare these photos not similar.
[00:42:48.300] You see where it says Compare in the upper right,
[00:42:50.200] there's a ≠ sign.
[00:42:51.880] If I tap that, I can say no these photos
[00:42:54.840] are actually all different.
[00:42:56.360] I want to keep all three of them
[00:42:58.130] and you can mark them as different.
[00:43:01.170] I think that this ability to compare photos
[00:43:03.950] in this quick and easy interface that's so intuitive
[00:43:07.560] is going to really help me clean up my library
[00:43:10.010] and maybe get rid of those 11,000 similar photos
[00:43:13.350] in the future.
[00:43:14.580] Let me tap done.
[00:43:16.590] I'd like to do a quick example of where you have two photos
[00:43:19.720] of different resolution and you can pick which one to keep.
[00:43:23.190] Let me scroll up here
[00:43:26.460] and in here I have a set of photos that are similar.
[00:43:29.690] So I'm going to select
[00:43:31.400] and I'm going to tap these photos right here
[00:43:35.654] and I don't remember which one is similar
[00:43:37.060] so I'm going to tap on this button here
[00:43:38.887] and a slide across and have it show me find similar photos.
[00:43:43.520] So now it knows these are the same
[00:43:45.400] but if I look at these top two photos,
[00:43:47.670] they look exactly the same to me and they actually are
[00:43:51.300] but let's go here and tap on dimensions
[00:43:54.320] and now you can see that the one on the left
[00:43:56.050] is 3024 x 4032 and the one on the right
[00:43:59.630] is much, much smaller.
[00:44:01.550] I'm going to scroll up
[00:44:02.900] and that's actually a different photo.
[00:44:05.120] So when I go in here and I say to compare,
[00:44:07.890] I need to turn off overlay mode
[00:44:10.675] and I'm going to look at them side by side
[00:44:12.210] and the one on the right is smaller than the one on the left
[00:44:14.830] so I'm going to delete this photo
[00:44:17.266] and I'm going to say delete current
[00:44:19.000] and it's going to delete just that one photo
[00:44:20.960] that was smaller and now the third photo just came in
[00:44:25.020] and took place number two and it's just a candidate.
[00:44:28.080] Well I can't bear to get rid of either one of those
[00:44:30.310] but I could easily get rid of the ones
[00:44:31.960] where it's a lower resolution.
[00:44:34.120] Let's tap done and we're gonna get out of here
[00:44:36.730] by tapping done again and we'll go back to Albums
[00:44:40.930] and we're back to where we started.
[00:44:44.360] Let's select a few pictures from a recent visit
[00:44:46.910] to the aquarium here.
[00:44:49.380] See each of those looks pretty good
[00:44:52.120] and I'm going to go to the share button and this time,
[00:44:55.400] we can create a slideshow.
[00:44:58.510] I can choose a theme either push or dissolve.
[00:45:02.240] I can choose music if I want to but we'll say none for now.
[00:45:06.120] We can choose how long to hold the slide.
[00:45:08.610] I think two seconds is about as long
[00:45:10.250] as anybody wants to see a slideshow.
[00:45:12.410] We can choose to repeat or not
[00:45:14.110] or we could also shuffle our pictures
[00:45:17.210] and that's all there is to do to start a slideshow.
[00:45:20.460] So every two seconds you're going to see
[00:45:22.090] these photos flip through and you can see a slideshow.
[00:45:27.767] Let me tap away and tap done and I'm gonna cancel.
[00:45:33.310] Let me select the same four photos.
[00:45:36.380] One, two, three, four.
[00:45:38.400] I'm gonna go back into Share and I'm gonna go over here
[00:45:41.550] and you can create an animated GIF with hash photos.
[00:45:45.930] You don't have a lot of controls
[00:45:47.370] so you simply get the photos and they're going to blink by
[00:45:49.789] and down in the gear we can simply change the delay
[00:45:53.210] of how long there is between the photos changing.
[00:45:56.170] It's a quick way to knock out an animated GIF.
[00:46:00.860] With those same four photos selected, let's go back in.
[00:46:04.690] We're gonna go over and one of the fun little things
[00:46:07.420] you can do here is you can create a film strip
[00:46:09.360] either combining vertically or horizontally your images.
[00:46:13.270] Let's do it horizontally and you can see the four images.
[00:46:17.700] Down on the bottom left
[00:46:18.810] I can add a separation between the images,
[00:46:21.170] pull them apart a little bit, I'll tap done
[00:46:24.000] I can add a frame on them and you can't quite see it.
[00:46:27.560] It's white so let me tap done
[00:46:29.340] and I'll tap the right side here let's make that blue.
[00:46:33.590] Hit the check box and now our frame is blue.
[00:46:36.490] We can also round our images.
[00:46:38.630] It's a quick way to make a fun little film strip.
[00:46:43.940] I've switched over to the iPhone
[00:46:45.510] just so you can see the experience there
[00:46:47.507] and I'm showing it on my desktop of my Mac
[00:46:49.840] because I'm going to show you a really terrific feature.
[00:46:52.720] Let me tap on select and I'm gonna choose
[00:46:54.540] those same four photos we were looking at before.
[00:46:57.560] Tap the share button and go all the way across
[00:47:00.430] and there's one feature
[00:47:01.420] I have been skipping telling you about
[00:47:03.050] because it's a little more complex to show you
[00:47:05.410] but it's send to Mac or PC.
[00:47:08.020] This is going to allow me to transfer photos
[00:47:10.130] directly from my iPhone to my Mac or PC
[00:47:13.830] without having to go through any other applications.
[00:47:16.680] I'm going to tap on send a Mac or PC.
[00:47:21.300] It's now browsing my network looking for a device
[00:47:23.980] that's running the HashPhotos transfer application.
[00:47:27.260] They tell you to go to
[00:47:30.770] and that's where I am in Safari right here.
[00:47:33.200] I have to scroll past all of the information
[00:47:35.360] about the regular HashPhotos
[00:47:37.230] to get down to the transfer programme.
[00:47:39.390] It's almost at the very bottom, here it is
[00:47:42.530] and right here you can download for the Mac or for Windows.
[00:47:46.020] I've already downloaded it, installed it on this computer
[00:47:48.930] but it was very very small and took hardly any time at all.
[00:47:52.010] So let me pop this down
[00:47:53.580] and I'm gonna launch HashPhotos transfer.
[00:47:58.100] Let's move it over to the right hand side here
[00:48:00.790] and now it's waiting for connection for my phone or iPad.
[00:48:03.570] You can see on my iPhone it is recognised
[00:48:05.890] that the 2016 MacBook Pro is available.
[00:48:08.550] So I'm going to tap on that.
[00:48:12.210] As soon as I do, my Mac is going to say
[00:48:14.350] do you want to accept this connection.
[00:48:16.550] I would like to accept that connection.
[00:48:19.190] Now on the iPhone you can see that it's changed
[00:48:21.580] to showing that I'm going from my iPhone to my MacBook Pro
[00:48:25.250] and it wants me to push the send button
[00:48:27.080] and it's showing me that I'm gonna send four photos
[00:48:30.010] and watch quickly on the Mac when I tap send,
[00:48:32.912] that's how fast it transferred those four photos.
[00:48:36.600] When I tap on this folder, it's going to show you
[00:48:39.290] where I've got my photos and is putting them in pictures,
[00:48:43.190] HashPhotos 2018, 08 and there are my photos.
[00:48:48.970] I've actually practised this a couple of times
[00:48:51.210] so we'll go down and look at each one of these,
[00:48:53.880] those the ones that just came in.
[00:48:55.810] So this is a very very quick way to do this
[00:48:58.530] and it's just completely uncomplicated.
[00:49:01.060] You just tap and go.
[00:49:03.000] Let's pop this down and look at the very few settings
[00:49:05.930] in HashPhotos transfer.
[00:49:08.950] We can choose the default location for HashPhotos,
[00:49:12.150] we can go over to import,
[00:49:13.460] we can choose to use the default location
[00:49:15.400] we set on the first tab or we can tell it to ask every time
[00:49:19.010] when we download photos.
[00:49:20.770] We can change the subfolder format if we choose
[00:49:24.200] and we can choose how to have the file named.
[00:49:27.030] Right here is devices and this is my iPhone.
[00:49:30.920] If I were to select this and hit the delete key,
[00:49:33.640] it would no longer be a trusted device.
[00:49:36.140] Now all I would simply have to do
[00:49:37.610] is accept that incoming connection a second time
[00:49:40.780] but I can see how this would be handy
[00:49:42.210] if you give away a device or sell a device
[00:49:44.560] or maybe you let someone transfer photos to your computer
[00:49:47.920] and you want to then revoke that access.
[00:49:50.920] Let's close this down and I just think
[00:49:53.540] this is a fantastic way to use HashPhotos
[00:49:56.420] to move photos from your iOS devices over to your Mac or PC.
[00:50:02.220] I've flip back over to the iPad
[00:50:03.880] because I think it's easier for us
[00:50:05.070] to be able to see what's going on.
[00:50:07.330] Back down in the bottom left I'm gonna tap the dots again
[00:50:10.710] and going to the + and let's take a look
[00:50:13.790] at Paste from URL and Paste.
[00:50:16.250] Let me tap away and I'm gonna go over to Safari
[00:50:20.100] and I've got a picture of the AppleCare logo here.
[00:50:23.270] I'm gonna press and hold and copy.
[00:50:26.940] I'll go back over to HashPhotos.
[00:50:29.798] You tap this I'll tap + and now you can see paste
[00:50:32.710] and Paste from URL are available.
[00:50:34.630] I'll tap Paste
[00:50:38.750] and now you can see the Apple logo is in my photos library.
[00:50:42.220] Let's go back over here.
[00:50:43.810] Let me flip over to the second tab.
[00:50:46.200] I have a giant mind map here
[00:50:47.640] of how I did a full nuke and pave of my Mac just recently
[00:50:51.210] to go to Mojave and I want to grab this one by the URL.
[00:50:55.350] So I'm gonna tap on here and that's my entire URL.
[00:50:59.050] Let me tap on it, tap copy and now we'll go back over here.
[00:51:03.400] I'll tap the three dots, + and now Paste from URL
[00:51:06.990] is the only thing that's highlighted.
[00:51:08.710] I'll tap that and in a few seconds,
[00:51:11.080] you should see this photo
[00:51:12.150] come into my photos library as well and there it is.
[00:51:16.360] We also can import from our camera or from iTunes
[00:51:19.800] but I think we've done enough in that menu for now.
[00:51:22.600] The last thing under the three dots is the settings
[00:51:26.100] and this is setting specifically for this album.
[00:51:29.640] So right now it says use global options.
[00:51:31.920] If I uncheck that I can change the sort order,
[00:51:35.440] I can change whether things are grouped
[00:51:37.080] by month, year or day.
[00:51:38.782] I mentioned that we can look at square
[00:51:41.040] versus rectangular images.
[00:51:42.820] I can set that here, I can change the size
[00:51:45.510] and I can choose whether to have additional info
[00:51:47.910] shown on every photo but again,
[00:51:49.870] these are just specifically for the album,
[00:51:52.230] not the global settings.
[00:51:53.990] I'm gonna put the global settings back and tap done.
[00:51:57.230] If we want to look at global settings,
[00:51:59.000] let's just go over to our albums in the bottom left
[00:52:01.130] you'll see the gear.
[00:52:02.250] I'll tap on that and unfortunately,
[00:52:04.440] there are so many settings
[00:52:05.920] I'm not going to be able to take the time
[00:52:07.570] to go through all of them.
[00:52:08.960] I'll highlight a couple, though.
[00:52:11.580] So the thumbnail shows again
[00:52:13.620] how we can show by group by month.
[00:52:15.550] We've talked about that just a minute ago,
[00:52:17.320] we can change from square icons
[00:52:19.610] to the full rectangular icons.
[00:52:21.570] We can change the size of the images
[00:52:23.860] that we're looking at here.
[00:52:25.400] Badges are kind of interesting.
[00:52:27.490] You can turn on and off what badges are showing
[00:52:30.080] as you work through your albums.
[00:52:33.446] You go back.
[00:52:34.700] We've got the theme, we've got a dark theme here,
[00:52:37.180] we could change that, we're gonna go into General.
[00:52:41.210] You can see there's just a ton of different options here.
[00:52:44.000] You might want to look at what quality JPEGs
[00:52:46.310] you want to share like for example
[00:52:47.810] when you send a Mac or PC
[00:52:49.270] maybe you want to change that to maximum
[00:52:51.230] or maybe you want it to be low quality.
[00:52:53.610] We'll go back if we look at Privacy, you can change globally
[00:52:58.000] whether or not metadata, location,
[00:53:00.100] tag and memo are included.
[00:53:01.500] We haven't talked about tag and memo yet.
[00:53:03.430] That's the last thing I'm going to be showing you.
[00:53:05.690] So metadata and location.
[00:53:06.900] Maybe metadata is okay.
[00:53:08.170] You don't mind showing someone what ISO you took a photo at
[00:53:11.050] but maybe you want to always have your location stripped
[00:53:13.530] whenever you're sharing photos to social media
[00:53:18.050] and like I said, there are a lot of different options
[00:53:21.210] you can go through here and we don't really have time
[00:53:23.390] to go through every single one
[00:53:24.530] but I wanted to show you where those were located.
[00:53:26.730] Let me tap done and I'll swipe to put this away.
[00:53:30.480] Let's take a look at tags and memos in HashPhotos.
[00:53:34.520] The reason I saved this to the end
[00:53:36.260] is this is the one piece of data that you'll be working with
[00:53:39.230] with HashPhotos that does not transcend
[00:53:41.860] over to Apple Photos and that's really unfortunate
[00:53:45.370] and I'm sure that if the HashPhotos people
[00:53:47.710] could get that to work, they certainly would.
[00:53:49.920] I suspect this is a limitation from Apple
[00:53:52.740] but it's still very valuable if you find yourself
[00:53:54.900] working in HashPhotos quite often.
[00:53:57.340] So let me tap on the picture of this rose
[00:53:59.840] and I'm going to tap the badge icon
[00:54:01.470] in the middle on the bottom right.
[00:54:03.780] You can see the tags I've used previously
[00:54:05.816] and I'm going to tap on iPhone XS
[00:54:08.880] because this photo was taken with that.
[00:54:10.840] It's also a flower but in this case it's a rose.
[00:54:14.290] Let me hit enter and now I've got three tags on that photo
[00:54:18.400] and I can tap Save.
[00:54:20.020] You can see in the bottom left,
[00:54:21.520] the three tags that I've added to this photo.
[00:54:23.820] Additionally I could add a memo
[00:54:25.750] and that's the icon on the far right
[00:54:28.050] but the leftmost of the three.
[00:54:29.940] I tap there I can type in a memo
[00:54:33.200] and I'll tap save.
[00:54:35.040] So now you can see the memo down below
[00:54:36.960] and you can see all of the tags.
[00:54:39.740] The power of tags comes in on the search
[00:54:42.340] that's built into HashPhotos.
[00:54:44.766] I'm going to tap back and then in the bottom right,
[00:54:47.540] we've got a little search icon
[00:54:50.170] and you can see that I can search by tags or by location.
[00:54:54.170] Let me tap on tags and you'll see
[00:54:56.650] that I could search right now
[00:54:57.940] for all of the photos taken of flowers
[00:55:01.500] and I'll say search and it should just come up
[00:55:04.100] with those two photos.
[00:55:05.150] There's the plumeria I tagged to the other day
[00:55:07.400] and the rose you just saw me tag.
[00:55:09.190] What you're seeing down on the bottom right is a tooltip
[00:55:11.550] it's saying I could reset the search by tapping that again
[00:55:14.450] or I could tap to continue to get out of that tooltip.
[00:55:17.380] So I found that so I can tap here.
[00:55:19.520] I can go back into tags and I can try searching
[00:55:22.310] by, say, flower and rose and now,
[00:55:24.970] it should just find that one photo.
[00:55:27.160] Let me tap on the search again, go back into tags,
[00:55:30.610] I'll get rid of these two tags and say show all
[00:55:34.010] and we'll go back to seeing all of our photos.
[00:55:36.510] In settings there's an option
[00:55:37.970] to sync your tags and memos through iCloud Photo Library
[00:55:42.150] or do a manual sync through Dropbox or iCloud.
[00:55:45.970] In my experience however, none of that actually works.
[00:55:48.920] So I was not able to sync my tags and memos
[00:55:51.690] between my iOS devices.
[00:55:54.133] Now let's take a look at search by location.
[00:55:56.970] I'll tap on search in the location icon
[00:55:59.468] and it brings up a map of the world
[00:56:01.930] showing you where you've taken your photos.
[00:56:04.580] Let me tap on these pictures from Dubai
[00:56:07.580] and immediately you'll see pictures of the Burj Kalifa
[00:56:09.880] and Steve and I in Dubai.
[00:56:11.980] If I tap and hold on the icon for search,
[00:56:14.460] that will take me back directly to the full album view
[00:56:17.650] without having to back out of my search criteria.
[00:56:20.690] There's some very interesting characteristics
[00:56:22.770] of the way search is implemented in HashPhotos.
[00:56:26.120] Let's go into search by tag again.
[00:56:28.320] You'll notice across the bottom in the grey bar there,
[00:56:31.470] I don't have a keyboard showing
[00:56:32.610] because I have an external keyboard attached
[00:56:34.710] but you'll see a hash tag and an at symbol less than,
[00:56:38.010] greater than, equals, times and not.
[00:56:40.390] And I'll show you what those mean.
[00:56:41.890] If I tap on the hash tag, they'll give you examples
[00:56:44.850] of all the things that you can search by.
[00:56:47.270] In the first example they're using the exclamation point
[00:56:50.250] which in programming means not.
[00:56:52.160] So it's showing you that you could say, doesn't have a tag
[00:56:54.970] not #tag.
[00:56:56.830] You can say not in an album.
[00:56:58.510] You could say media type is a photo, a video, a JPEG.
[00:57:01.920] You can search by a lot of different criteria here.
[00:57:04.520] Let's take a look at this #gif
[00:57:07.035] and we'll say search and in a few seconds
[00:57:10.870] it comes up with all of the GIFs I have.
[00:57:12.800] We can tap on one you can see Pluto with Pluto.
[00:57:18.430] Let's go back and we'll go back in to search,
[00:57:21.320] back into tags.
[00:57:22.820] Let me take that one out will tap the hash tag again
[00:57:26.500] so you can do this by location in album
[00:57:29.200] and they give you some examples when you go into this.
[00:57:31.860] We can see if things are in favourites in albums.
[00:57:34.840] I mean the list goes on and on
[00:57:36.080] and they give you a lot of different options here.
[00:57:38.400] The one I had high hopes for was the one that says
[00:57:41.000] file name:text and I was hoping
[00:57:43.670] that that would search by the title of the photo.
[00:57:47.020] I happen to title all of my photos over in Apple Photos
[00:57:50.030] but this is actually the file name just as it says.
[00:57:53.160] So it might be file name IMG_6520
[00:57:57.620] and I was really, really hoping
[00:57:59.290] that they had access to the title information.
[00:58:01.800] Again I suspect that Apple is not revealing that to them
[00:58:04.840] and that's why you can't search by that.
[00:58:06.830] I have asked whether it's possible to search by title
[00:58:09.390] but I have not heard back from them yet.
[00:58:11.710] Let me take out the hash tag
[00:58:13.130] and we'll take a look at the @ symbol.
[00:58:14.960] The examples demonstrate that you can search by date
[00:58:17.700] using the @ symbol.
[00:58:19.500] Let me take that out.
[00:58:21.520] If I tap on the less than symbol,
[00:58:22.950] you can see this allows you to search for photos by size.
[00:58:26.110] This might come in really handy
[00:58:27.500] when you're looking for those tiny photos
[00:58:29.360] that you really want to get out of your library
[00:58:31.510] that are cluttering things up
[00:58:32.970] or possibly look for very very large photos.
[00:58:35.920] You can see if you say greater than or equal to 2048 by zero
[00:58:40.010] means the width is greater than or equal to 2048.
[00:58:43.410] So maybe you want to get rid of some really large photos.
[00:58:46.130] The multiply symbol down below the little X
[00:58:48.570] is not highlighted right now
[00:58:50.430] but that's because I haven't typed anything in.
[00:58:52.840] If I type in say 1024, now I could say by 768, let's say.
[00:58:59.260] That lets me search for photos
[00:59:00.520] that are smaller than 1024 x 768.
[00:59:04.270] We back out of that.
[00:59:05.480] We'll just hit cancel and I'll press and hold
[00:59:08.640] my search button and reset our search criteria.
[00:59:13.870] Now I've taught you an awful lot today
[00:59:15.970] and I'm guessing you're gonna forget some of it.
[00:59:18.260] The good thing is that HashPhotos
[00:59:19.800] has a help file that's visual.
[00:59:21.910] Let me pull over here and tap on the question mark.
[00:59:24.840] There's a lot of different information here
[00:59:27.900] about all the features of HashPhotos
[00:59:30.450] and they're done as visual guides.
[00:59:32.710] So for example let's say you don't remember
[00:59:34.910] how to open the map view.
[00:59:36.550] If I tap an Open Map View, you're gonna see
[00:59:38.860] you have screenshots walking you through
[00:59:41.320] how to do this process.
[00:59:43.300] Let me tap that I we'll tap done.
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[00:59:53.130] That's it for this week,
[00:59:54.390] we'll be back next week
[00:59:55.530] with another ScreenCastsOnline tutorial.
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