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How to Create Shared Photo Albums on iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to share a bunch of your photos with your friends and family? This can be easily done with the help of Shared Albums feature on the iPhone and iPad.

Let’s say you had a family gathering, or went on a trip with a group of people, and all of you took pictures. If you want to see the pictures others took and share the ones you captured on your iOS device, you can create a shared album and add all the photos to it. Users who are part of a shared album will be able to add pictures to the album too, making photo sharing among iPhone and iPad owners a…

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How to Delete All Videos from iPhone & iPad

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Some iPhone and iPad users may decide they want to delete all videos from their devices. This can potentially save a lot of storage space, considering how large video files are, particularly when they’re captured as 1080p and 4K video. Interestingly, the videos that you record or download are both mixed along with the rest of your photos in the Photos app. Fortunately, it’s fairly easily to filter videos out of the photos list, as the app also displays content by media type.

If you’re running low on storage space, deleting videos might help you free up…

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How to Delete All Photos from iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to remove all the photos from your iPhone or iPad? While there’s no direct option that lets you delete all photos at once from iPadOS or iOS, there is a handy trick to help you delete all photos from a device.

With the help of a lesser known gesture, you should be able to select your entire photo library in the matter of a few minutes and then remove the photos, clearing up storage and ridding a device of whatever pictures you have on it.

Users who’re trying to free up the physical storage space on their iOS devices might consider deleting…

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How to Backup iPhone Photos to Google Photos, for Free

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Are you an iPhone user looking to backup your photos to the cloud, but you have either ran out of iCloud storage space, don’t want to pay for iCloud fees, or you’re already intertwined within the Google ecosystem? You’re certainly not alone. Thanks to Google Photos, there’s an alternate way to backup iPhone photos to the cloud, and it’s free.


Apple provides 5 GB of free iCloud storage with every account, but for many people, that’s not enough to store their stuff, let alone all of the photos in their libraries. Of course one solution is to pay Apple…

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How to Crop Video on iPhone & iPad the Easy Way

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Cropping videos is easier than ever on iPhone and iPad, and you can now perform video crops directly from Photos app without using iMovie as was necessary in prior iOS versions.

Until now, iPhone and iPad users had to rely on iMovie or third-party apps that are available on the App Store in order to fine-tune framing and cropping of video clips that they recorded. Now thanks to the modern releases of iOS and iPadOS, you can simply use the video editor that’s baked into the Photos app for any sort of tweaking and cropping of videos. So if you recorded a video…

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How to Setup & Use iCloud Photos on Mac

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Want to use iCloud Photos on Mac? In its simplest form iCloud Photos is a sync service that makes sure your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac all have every photo you’ve taken, all ready at a moment’s notice. That means you can access the photos from any other device with the feature turned on, so you’ll want to be sure you enable iCloud Photos on iPhone or iPad and you can even enable and use a Windows PC for accessing iCloud Photos, too. It’s incredibly convenient when it works as intended, but you’ll need to activate it before any of that…

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How to Set Up and Use iCloud Photos on iPhone & iPad

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Wondering about enabling and using iCloud Photos on iPhone and iPad? If you have a lot of photos and own multiple Apple devices like iPhones, iPads, and Macs, enabling iCloud Photos could be one of the more convenient features available to you. iCloud Photos enables the seamless and automatic syncing of all your photos and videos across all of your devices, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, and more, and it works flawlessly (most of the time anyway, but always backup your photos and important stuff separately from the cloud).

Enabling iCloud Photos on an iPhone or…

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How to Adjust Night Mode Camera Exposure Length on iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11

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The Night Mode camera is a great feature of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, and as you may know already the feature turns itself on automatically when dim lighting is detected. But did you know you can manually adjust the time length of the exposure for Night Mode camera on iPhone?

Being able to directly adjust the exposure time of Night Mode camera shots on the iPhone camera is a great feature, and depending on the conditions of the lighting and how stable the iPhone is, you can get anywhere from 1 second to up to 30 seconds of exposure…

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How to Rotate Photos on Mac with Photos App

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If you use the Photos app on Mac to manage your photo libraries, you may occasionally need to rotate a picture or two in your collection. Perhaps you snapped a photo in horizontal landscape mode but you meant it to be vertical in portrait, or maybe you just want to rotate a picture for some other reason.

Rotating photos on the Mac is very easy within the Mac Photos app, as you’ll quickly see in this tutorial.

How to Rotate an Image in Photos for Mac

  1. Open the Photos app for Mac if you have not done so already
  2. Photos app icon in Mac OS X

  3. Locate the picture you want to rotate, then…

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How to Use Night Mode Camera on iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11

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The Night Mode camera on iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11, and iPhone 11 Pro Max is one of the more interesting new features of the new iPhone models, and ones that iPhone photographers will surely enjoy and appreciate.

Using Night Mode camera on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro is somewhat unique, so read on to learn how to use Night Mode camera mode on the new iPhone cameras.

How to Turn On Night Mode on iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11 Camera

Night Mode actually turns itself on automatically when the lighting conditions are dark enough.

  1. Bring the iPhone into a dark setting…

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