February 11, 2017
One of the really cool features of iOS is the ability to search for objects within Photos. Even better, you can use Siri to search Photos for you. Simply ask Siri to show you pictures of an object, then select the photo you’re looking for. Here’s how to use Siri to search for objects in Photos.
January 26, 2017
Saving a still from a Live Photo on iPhone can be done in two ways. The first is to simply duplicate a Live Photo but save it as a still. However, that method doesn’t allow you to select a single frame from the Live Photo. You can use our tip on saving a still of your Live Photo if that’s what you want, but if you want to save a frame within the Live part of the Live Photo, this tip will allow you to do that. We’ll use the free app, Lively to save a still from the Live Photo. It’s easy to do. Here’s how to save a single frame from a Live Photo on iPhone.
January 23, 2017
If you take a photo within Messages, it isn’t automatically saved to your iPhone. If you take a photo you really like, you’ll want to manually save it with this tip. It’s nice that iPhone doesn’t automatically save those photos so that you aren’t accidentally taking up too much space or saving private photos meant only for the conversation. But if you send a photo you like, here’s how to save it to the Photos app.
January 18, 2017
Not only can you search for people in the Photos app, with iOS 10 you can also search for objects. Want to see all the cute pictures you have of dogs? You can search dogs and find them. Perhaps you’re looking for that picture of your Christmas tree from last year—search trees. The Photos app on iPhone is getting better and better at being able to recognize what’s in a photo, making it much easier for you to find it. Here’s how to search for objects in the Photos app with iOS 10.
January 07, 2017
With iOS 10 on iPhone, your Photos app has a new album called People. This allows you to easily find photos of people in network as it organizes photos of the same person in separate sub-albums. But what if, for whatever reason, the Photos app isn’t able to detect a person in the photos? You can add that friend to the People album yourself. Here’s how to do it.
January 04, 2017
With iOS 10 on the iPhone, there’s a new album within the Photos app called People. Your iPhone looks at your pictures and groups photos with the same person together so you can easily find photos of them in the future. However, some people look different from one day to the next and the iPhone thinks it’s two (or more) different people. Understanding there would likely be some errors, Apple made it possible to merge duplicate people within the Photos app. That way, you can use this new feature to its fullest. Here’s how to merge duplicates in the People album with iOS 10 on the iPhone.
December 29, 2016
Your iPhone's Photos app automatically creates slideshows that use your images and music to generate a feature called Memories. These videos represent periods of time or vacations you take. For instance, I visited Cancun a few years back. My iPhone recognized I was in an unusual place and created a Memories video of that period of time. Likewise, if you take an unusually high number of photos in a day, Memories will assume an event took place and will create a Memories video for that day. You may also see other Memories such as Best of Last 3 Months or Best of the Year. When you go to play a Memories video, you can customize its music, length, the images and videos included, and the title before saving or sharing it. Here’s how to edit and share Memories.
November 18, 2016
Any of the photo albums you’ve created in the Photos app on iPhone are also photo albums you can delete from iPhone. The only iPhone photo albums you can’t delete are Apple’s stock folders such as Favorites and Camera Roll or All Photos. You can, however, delete the Hidden photos album by removing all the photos from it. Deleting photo albums from iPhone is easy to do, and the photos you delete won’t be deleted from your Camera Roll or All Photos, which means you can delete photo albums without losing the pictures inside. Here’s how to delete photo albums from iPhone.
November 17, 2016
You know the feeling—you hand your phone over to a friend or family member, intending to show them a single picture, and suddenly you’re watching in horror as they begin swiping through your 50-plus selfies or stumble across your hoard of risqué photos. Thankfully, iPhone has an easy way for you to hide your shots from prying eyes. Within the Photos app, you can choose to hide photos you’ve rather keep private. When you hide photos, they can’t be seen within Years, Collections, or Moments. But if someone really wants to dig for your private photos, they’d still be able to find your hidden photos in Albums. Here’s how to hide your private photos on iPhone.
November 14, 2016
Transferring photos from one iPhone to another is simpler than you might think. Whether you are transferring photos to a new device or sharing pictures with friends, we’ll show you how to master both techniques in this article. We’ll look into how to use iCloud to back up your photos for easy migration to a new device, how to create a backup and restore that backup on a new iPhone, and how to use AirDrop for a quick and secure way to share your latest vacation photos with friends. Read on to learn all about sharing, transferring, and archiving photos from one iPhone to another.       Youtube video: How to Use AirDrop to Transfer Photos from iPhone to iPhone (Peer-to-Peer)
November 10, 2016
Depth of Field on the iPhone 7 Plus is a awesome feature meant to mimic professional shots of DSLR cameras. It looks good to us because it is natural to our eyes. Focus on an object or person in the room around you. Notice how their face is in full focus; now use your peripheral vision and notice that everything behind them is slightly blurry and out of focus. Depth of Field, also know as the bokeh effect, on iPhone 7 Plus makes any photo look more professional and crisp. Here’s how to use Depth of Field on iPhone 7 Plus.
October 27, 2016
Gone are the days of editing images in the Photos app before sending them to a friend. With iOS 10 on iPhone, you can edit an image right from the Messages app with just a couple taps. You can also mark up the image from Messages, allowing you to draw on the photo before sharing it with a friend. If you want to edit a photo or image in Messages, you can do so easily and have access to all the same options as within Photos app. Here’s how to edit images in Messages on iPhone.
September 01, 2016
If you’ve recently been on vacation or attended an event, you’ll want to upload multiple photos to Facebook at once. You can share full collections of your photos on Facebook in one complete upload. Luckily, Facebook has made this super easy to do and you can also share photos right from the Photos app. Here’s how to share multiple photos to Facebook at once.
July 07, 2016
Apple’s iOS Photos app has a few default photo albums that automatically organize the photos you have on your iPhone. But what if you’d like to create a new photo album? Or perhaps you’d like to organize those photos into albums that make sense to you. Thankfully, your built-in Photos app does just that, allowing you to place your pictures into specific albums that you create yourself. Here’s how to create a photo album on your iPhone.
July 05, 2016
Did you know you can record slow-motion videos on your iPhone? No slow-motion app is needed, you can use the Slo-Mo setting in your iPhone's native Camera app. Recording slow-motion video on iPhone is a great way to get a shot that would have otherwise gone by too quickly or to just get a great laugh watching and re-watching your slo-mo videos (pets and kids are the funniest slo-mo subjects.)  Depending on which iPhone model you're using, you can record slow-motion video at 120 or 240 fps (frames per second.)
June 28, 2016
Gone are the days when sharing photos and videos meant tediously transferring them from your camera to your computer via wires and SD cards. Thanks to email, AirDrop, and the ability to upload content directly to social media, sharing memories with your friends and family has become easier than ever.  Apple has taken that ease even further, allowing you to instantly send photos and videos directly from the Messaging app. Here’s how to instantly send photos in messages.
June 07, 2016
Video on the iPhone has gotten better and better. Now that we’re regularly using our iPhones to take said videos, we want them to take up as little storage as possible, which means any time we can trim off the video thereby reducing its file size is awesome. There are also those moments when you record preemptively in order to catch your shot, but afterward you want to edit out the excess footage. Luckily, you don’t need a fancy video editing software or app to do this. Here’s how to edit and trim a video in Photos.
June 03, 2016
If you’re looking to learn how to save a GIF on you're iPhone, you’ve come to the right place. Saving and sharing a GIF on iPhone is easy to do; and once you learn, you can save all the funny GIFs from Tumblr or Twitter that you want. What is a GIF? It’s a short moving picture on a loop; it’s also called a moving meme and is popular across many platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. You can download, save, and share a GIF easily on your iPhone; however, you can also use an app to start your collection of GIFs. We’ll go over both methods of how to save a GIF on iPhone below. We’ll also cover how to download GIFs and share them via Messages, email, Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter. And good news, if you’re learning how to download gifs on an iPhone running iOS 11 or later, this article has been updated!
May 24, 2016
If you like to use the camera on your iPhone or iPad, one of the features you'll appreciate is the ability to recover deleted photos. When you delete a photo, it remains available in the Recently Deleted album on your device for 30 days. If you decide that in fact you want to save a photo you deleted, you can easily recover it. Here’s how to recover deleted photos.
May 14, 2016
You don’t need a photo crop app to edit your pictures on iPhone or iPad. The Photos app makes it easy to perform minimal edits such as rotating or cropping a picture. If you want to edit a photo on your iPhone or iPad, you could buy a fancy photo editing app. But if all you need are the basic editing functions, you can simply learn how to crop a picture using only the Photos app. Cropping photos on iPhone or iPad takes no more than a couple minutes, then your picture will be Instagram ready. Here’s how to crop pictures on iPhone.
April 29, 2016
Making the switch to an iPhone seriously increased the amount of photos I take. With the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, taking burst images is done differently than on older models. Let's go over how to take Burst Photos on all compatible models of the iPhone, how to look at burst images, and how to choose and save the individual iPhone burst images you want to keep. Whether you're looking to take flattering candid pictures, better your sports photography, or improve your action shots of fast-moving pets, I see some great pictures in your future; let's get started!  
April 18, 2016
Before the release of iOS 9.3, the only way to save a still of a Live Photo was to get rid of the Live Photo. Now, however, it’s easy to save a still photo while keeping the Live Photo intact. This is particularly helpful if you plan to edit a photo but don’t want to lose the live version. Here’s how to save stills from Live Photos.
April 08, 2016
iCloud Photo Library lets you see all your images on every iDevice you own and it lets you share pictures and videos with your friends and family. But what about sharing photos with friends and family who don't (gasp!) use an iPhone or iPad? It's OK, every family has one or two deluded souls like this. And the good news is you can still share that video of Junior's 5th grade play with them. Here’s how to share your photos with non-iDevice users.
April 04, 2016
The iPhone has a camera app for taking pictures, but the iPad also has a Photobooth app similar to the one most Apple computers have. Unlike the camera app on your phone, the Photobooth app has filters and effects to alter the image you’re capturing before you even take the picture. Personally, the Kaleidoscope effect is my favorite—everything looks cool. Here’s how to add and change effects in Photobooth on your iPad.