473.Blogger: Adding photos from Google Photos

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Jul 102017
 

Geeks on Tour tutorial video #473.  If your photos are in Google Photos, using the same account as the Google account you use for Blogger, then it is a very simple matter to add any of those photos to your blog. This video shows you how to add your photos from Google Photos to your [Click for the rest …]

July 2017 Newsletter: Smartphone Photography, Member: Bill McKibbon, Internet while Traveling

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Jul 042017
 
July 2017 Newsletter: Smartphone Photography, Member: Bill McKibbon, Internet while Traveling

Monthly Issue #116 July, 2017 GeeksOnTour.com | Newsletter Archives | Become a Member — Geeks on Tour is member supported. This FREE newsletter is made possible by our paid (Premium) members.  Member benefits include access to over 475 tutorial videos, ‘Ask the Geeks’ Forum, Show Notes for our weekly show, “What Does This Button Do?” [Click for the rest …]

472.Google Photos: Free Up Space on your iPhone

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Jul 032017
 

Geeks on Tour tutorial video #472. This video shows you how to free up space on your iPhone using Google Photos.

467.Gallery vs Google Photos

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Mar 042017
 

Google Photos is a complete replacement for the Android photo gallery. Use it instead!

Mar 042017
 

Your Apple iOS device came with the Apple Photos app to manage your photos, but Google Photos is a complete replacement. Use it instead!

465.How To Crop Photos to fit a widescreen

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Mar 042017
 

On an iPhone you may notice that the pictures you take don’t fill the screen. This video shows you how to use Google Photos to crop the picture and properly fill the screen. See accompanying article at LearnGooglePhotos.com.

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