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Apple Photos: iOS Catchup

Live Training Session 1511

It's time to wrap up the Photos sessions, and see what we may have missed on the iOS side of things, and compare a few things on macOS.

Duration: 00:39 hr
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Photos 2.0 What’s New

Live Training Session 304

We explore the new features in Photos 2 on macOS Sierra and iOS 10 — in a planned, proper fashion. Unlike last week's “first look”, here we (mostly) know what to expect and to explore.

Duration: 00:37 hr
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Photos 2.0 First Look

Live Training Session 303

This is a first look at Photos 2.0 on Mac OS Sierra and iOS 10! We start with a little tour of Mac OS Sierra to start, then jump into Photos on both the Mac and an iPad Pro. This is a first look, meaning it's a bit haphazard and I definitely discover several things I'll have to dig into to do some proper training

Duration: 00:59 hr
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Photos Extensions

Live Training Session 302

By popular request, we're revisiting Photos for OS X and iOS! It turns out that in the past several months, there have been LOTS of apps released with Photos for OS X Extensions support.

Duration: 00:41 hr
$4.00
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Photos for OS X & iOS

Live Training Session 301

By popular request, we're revisiting Photos for OS X and iOS! In this session, we take a high level over view of Photos for OS X, looking at import, organizing, and basic editing.

Duration: 00:44 hr
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The Quest for a Viable iOS RAW Workflow

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December 22, 2015 - 12:00pm

I'm on a quest to find a viable RAW workflow on iOS. Why? Because the iPad Pro is a phenomenal machine, there are incredible iOS image editing apps that I want to integrate in my workflow, and like it or not, the days of desktop and laptop computers are numbered, so we may as well be in the forefront of this push.

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Viewing Image Metadata in Photos and iOS 8

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October 6, 2014 - 8:49am
One of the features iPhoto for iOS users loved was the ability to see your image metadata — the exposure, date and time of capture, and if GPS data was embedded, where the photo was shot. This feature disappeared with iPhoto, and Photos for iOS doesn’t (yet) have it. Fortunately at least two third parties have stepped in to fill the void.
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