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PowerPhotos

Date: 21st August 2015

Duration: 21:06

Show ref: SCOM0517

Still finding some limitations in the Apple Photo UI? Want to split your photos into multiple libraries, yet still search across them all? Want easier access to the rich metadata? Want to search for and identify duplicates in your Photo libraries?

You might want to check out PowerPhotos!

Google Photos on the Mac

Date: 31st July 2015

Duration: 27:15

Show ref: SCOM0514

Not long after Apple launched Photos on the Mac and iOS, Google launched Google Photos. 

Google Photos is a similar service allowing you to store all your photos and videos on the web, and have them accessible on all your devices. 

Google Photos for iOS

Date: 31st July 2015

Duration: 17:48

Show ref: SCOI0228

Not long after Apple launched Photos on the Mac and iOS, Google launched Google Photos. 

Google Photos is a similar service allowing you to store all your photos and videos on the web, and have them accessible on all your devices. 

In this episode, I take a look at using Google Photos on iOS.

Backing Up Photos

Date: 5th June 2015

Duration: 28:23

Show ref: SCOM0506

It’s great having your Photos stored in the cloud, but you still need a backup!

If you rely on just a single cloud service to keep copies of your photos, it’s not a complete solution. Without a secondary backup, either locally or on another cloud service, you may find deleted photos are permanently gone. 

In this episode I look at some solutions for implementing secondary local and remote backups for your precious photos.

Photos - Part 4 - Faces & Projects

Date: 22nd May 2015

Duration: 30:27

Show ref: SCOM0504

Finishing my look at Photos, this week I examine Faces, Exporting and Projects.

Continuing my look at Photos, this week I examine Keywords and Searching. In addition, I also take a look at importing photos, and how to add GPS information to your photos before importing them.

Apple Watch - Part 3 - Email, Photos & Music

Date: 15th May 2015

Duration: 15:48

Show ref: SCOI0217

The third tutorial taking a look at the new Apple Watch, in which I delve more deeply into some of the new features, namely Email, Photos and Music .

Photos - Part 2 - Using Photos

Date: 1st May 2015

Duration: 28:42

Show ref: SCOM0501

Following on from last week, I continue my look at Photos.

Photos is the new photo management application to replace iPhoto and Aperture. Not a standalone application, Photos is baked into OS X, with deep integration with iCloud Photo Library. In this second of a three part series, I take a look at some of the features of the Photos App itself.

Photos - Part 1 - Setup

Date: 24th April 2015

Duration: 29:44

Show ref: SCOM0500

Photos for Mac is here! Well it's been out for a few weeks, but always best to let things settle down a bit!

Photos is the new photo management application to replace iPhoto and Aperture. Not a standalone application, Photos is baked into OS X, with deep integration with iCloud Photo Library. In this first of a three part series, I take a look at some of the preparation tasks required before migration, as well as the migration process itself.

With Photos on the Mac being released and iCloud Photo Library out of beta, it’s time to take another look at managing your photos on iOS.

In this week’s Mac show (SCOM0500) I demonstrate how to migrate your iPhoto or Aperture library to Photos and iCloud Photo Library.

You can access all your migrated videos and photos on your iPad or iPhone using iCloud Photo Library, as well as editing them, and having those edits replicated across all your devices.

Adobe Slate - Part 2

Date: 17th April 2015

Duration: 12:50

Show ref: SCOI0213

Adobe Slate is a great way to create stunning stories using words and images, directly from your iPad.

In this second of a two part series, I take a look at using themes and publishing your “slates to various services.

Adobe Slate - Part 1

Date: 10th April 2015

Duration: 16:39

Show ref: SCOI0212

Adobe Slate is a great way to create stunning stories using words and images, directly from your iPad.

Think of it as your own personal designer, guiding you to create beautiful and responsive articles for sharing on any device or on the web.

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Pixelmator 3.3

Date: 21st November 2014

Duration: 30:31

Show ref: SCOM0478

Time for another ScreenCastsOnline favourite!

Pixelmator has long been a viable alternative to Photoshop for the rest of us. With the latest release - 3.3 - Pixelmator has been updated for OS X Yosemite. Now with a beautiful new redesign, support for iCloud Drive and Continuity, as well as integration with the brand new Pixelmator for iPad, Pixelmator has never been as powerful.

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Pixelmator for iPad

Date: 21st November 2014

Duration: 18:25

Show ref: SCOI0192

New for the iPad - Pixelmator!

Taking center stage at Apple's recent keynote, Pixelmator for iPad is a brand new image editing application. Following on from the success of Pixelmator on the Mac, the Pixelmator team have reimagined the application and ported most of the major features over to the iPad.

They've done such a good job, you'll be amazed that it's not actually an Apple application.

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SnapSeed Photo Manipulation

Date: 5th July 2014

Duration: 15:57

Show ref: SCOI0170

Let your creative juices flow with SnapSeed, a free photo manipulation application for both the iPad and iPhone.

Edit, crop, add filters or special effects, SnapSeed allows you to experiment with, and enhance your photos using simple gestures.

Once you've created your masterpiece, save a copy back to your camera roll, or share using a wide range of standard photo sharing services.

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Easy Photo and Video Transfers with PhotoSync

Date: 22nd May 2014

Duration: 16:20

Show ref: SCOI0164

PhotoSync allows you to transfer photos and videos to your other devices (as well as most cloud based services) in an instant. Simply select your images or videos, select your target and boom!

With support for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Android as well as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box and more, PhotoSync removes any friction in transferring your media.