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 blog.
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A tutorial video by GeeksOnTour.com about using Google Maps on a smartphone and creating waypoints between your current location and your destination.
472.GP-Free Up Space on your iPhone
Geeks on Tour tutorial video #472. This video shows you how to free up space on your iPhone using Google Photos.
471.GP-How to delete several photos at once
Geeks on Tour tutorial video #471. This video shows how to delete several photos at once from Google Photos using a mobile device.
469. GP-Make a link list of photo albums
Geeks on Tour tutorial video #469. This video shows how to make a link list of your favorite photo albums from Google Photos.
462.SM-Android: Taking Photospheres
A quick tip from GeeksOnTour.com about how to take a photosphere photo using a Google Phone and the Google camera, specifically a Nexus 6.
458.GP-Photo editing in SnapSeed
Tutorial Video from Geeks on Tour:
Chris demonstrates how the SnapSeed app can make your pictures look so much better, and it’s fun!
457.GP-Editing on Mobile
#457 Tutorial Video from Geeks on Tour. Chris demonstrates using an iPhone. The Google Photos app can make your pictures look so much better, and it’s fun!
455.GP-Making Collages with Google Photos or Picasa (Free)
Tutorial video #455 from Geeks on Tour:
Chris demonstrates how drop-dead easy it is to create collages using Google Photos on your phone or on the computer. If you want more options, she also demonstrates how you can download the picture to your computer and use Picasa.
456.GP-Edit Pictures on Computer
In this Tutorial Video, #456 from Geeks on Tour, Chris demonstrates accessing Google Photos using a web browser and then editing the photos with features including straighten, crop, color correct, increase detail, vignette, and more!
NOTE: the edit button has since changed. It is no longer the pencil icon, it is the same as the adjustments button: