The things we can do with photos these days is amazing. Objects or the subject of photos can be recognized and even lifted from an image. Here’s how to copy a photo subject with Spotlight.
How is the camera app in your phone? If you are looking for something that has more features or an easier-to-use interface, here are some cheap or free alternative camera apps for Android.
The OneDrive app on your phone has gained photo editing features you may not have discovered. Crop, fix lighting and color, apply filters and more from within the OneDrive app. Here’s how.
If you have an iPhone and want to share photos with Android friends, if you switch from iPhone to Android, if you want to access iCloud photos from an Android phone, here’s how to do it.
Whenever you take a photo on your phone, the location is saved with it. Share that photo with people or online and they can see exactly where it was taken. Remove location info for more privacy.
Both Android phones and iPhones have an option to save photos in HEIC format, which presents a problem when they are transferred to a PC. How do you view and edit .heic images? Here’s how.
If you are short of storage space on Google Photos and Google Drive is nearly full, here are some useful ways to free up space. Don’t pay for more space, use what you have more efficiently.
If you have photographs that contain people, objects, text or flaws that you wish were not there, they can be removed with an online tool accessed in a web browser: Cleanup.pictures.
It is easy to enhance a photo and fix flaws in the Photos app on the Mac, but editing dozens of photos is a pain. Well, it used to be. Now you can batch edit photos and process them in…
Sometimes the background in photos can be distracting or unwanted. Maybe you just want the subject of the photo and nothing else. Here’s how to remove the background using a free web app.