- Ten Practical tips for Smartphone Photography
- Blast from the Past – TechnoGeek Rally in 2012!
- Quick tip for WiFi and Bluetooth
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Ask the Geeks Q&A forum.
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In your pocket you have one of the best cameras ever made. I was in a conversation with a couple recently who traveled to some exotic location together. The husband is a professional photographer with thousands of dollars worth of lenses and other heavy camera equipment. His wife snapped many of the same locations with her smartphone.
The husband, sounding quite dismayed, said he preferred many of her photos to his!
Check out the article and see how many of these 10 you’re already doing!
Quick Tip for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
Do you ever find it aggravating when you need to connect your phone to a WiFi signal or a Bluetooth device that it is so many steps? I mean there is a shortcut button for WiFi and for Bluetooth, but tapping either of those just turns the feature on or off. If you need to select a WiFi network or a
Bluetooth device you need to go to settings, connections, WiFi or Bluetooth, and only then will you see the choices of networks or devices.
Blast from the Past – TechnoGeek Learning Rally in 2012
In 2012 and 2013 we joined forces with TechnoRV and held 3 week-long RV rallies with food, partying, and lots of technology classes. Read all about it here and watch the 3 minute video below. Those were the days!!
My biggest problem of scrolling through all our photos by date is the issue of seeing all the housewatch photos we take on a daily basis. NOW (thanks to you) I know I just have to select them and hit archive. I still have the photos if I should need them for future reference but I don’t have to scroll through them all to get to the one or two photos I took that I want for my blog or for personal use.
THANK YOU!!!! If I hadn’t ordered your book, I would never have realized a simple solution to my ongoing problem (annoyance).
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