An Amazing Lazy way to get Better Photos:
In this article I’ll show you technology release this week which will improve the quality your photos, sort thought them, selecting the best ones, make animated pictures from any multiple shots you have and securely backs up all of your photos from you phone
…at no cost, all while you sleep!
Sounds like the stuff of science fiction I know, but this week Google announced and launched amazing advances in imaging technology embedded into it’s social network Google+
Let me show you how to utilise this to make your photos much better at no cost and minimal effort, even if you don’t plan to use their social network (which is actually really good and well worth a look)
Here’s their very short promo video to show you what it can do
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What you need to do:
1) Create a google+ account which is very quick especially if you have a googlemail account already at https://plus.google.com/photos
2) Download the google+ app to you iOS or Android device.
3) Start the app, login and enable auto backup of your photos (you get 15 GB of space)
4) Sit back and wait!
What will Happen:
Photos you take from now on will be processed and after a while will appear in the app much like the video above.
Older photos will take a while to appear, this could be because I have thousands of photos on my iPhone 5, but a day or so later the app told me it had made me a sweet little animated picture of a cub scout lighting a fire from a sequence I’d long forgotten, whilst other pictures are just automatically enhanced.
So, here’s the trick: how to download or share the photo without using google+ after it’s done all the hard work and made you look like a brilliant photographer:
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If you shoot from a traditional camera, you can simply upload you photos to Google+ and still get the same benefits!
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