Oct 21, 2015 10:07 AM in response to Longhornjohn When the photos are copied from PC to iPhone, you could view all photos on Photos app on iPhone. You’ll be prompted to take a photo or choose a photo from the Photos app. With a new file format and photo filters, there are some new camera settings iPhone photographers need to check or change. In response to léonie, Thanks leonie and larry that is actually not a bad workaround. Longhornjohn, User profile for user: LarryHN, Apr 20, 2015 8:20 AM in response to Longhornjohn, User profile for user: 3. Select an effect button to straighten, adjust vertical perspective, or adjust horizontal perspective. Choose an adjustment, like Brightness or … You can always use Dropbox instead which won’t compress the photos and has an iOS app that lets you upload them easily. Thumbnail: A preview of the captured image to represent the file in file browsers or photo galleries. Anybody know? In response to Longhornjohn. Open the app and tap either the Camera or Photo button to edit a location. http://www.apple.com/feedback/photos.html, This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. The quickest way to send an edited photo, changes and all, to your desktop is to upload your photos library to iCloud which will then sync it and make it available on your desktop. If you select “Keep Originals” instead, your iPhone will give you the original .HEIC files. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. If you still want to change your iPhone photo format, follow these two steps to do so: Go to Settings > Camera > Formats. You can also tap on ‘Camera’ button to take a photo and then use it as your profile picture. You can do so by going to Settings > Messages > Share Name and Photo and tapping on the edit button. Your iPhone automatically converts the photos to .JPEG files when you import them to a PC. To compare the edited photo to the original, tap the photo. Oct 21, 2015 10:52 AM in response to DimitriVD Polarr Photo Editor i think at the moment this somehow refuses to work... Jul 25, 2015 1:51 AM in response to patar0k The app can be used to edit images captured with Drones, GoPros or DSLR cameras and it lets its users change the perspective on a photo. (iPad) In the Loupe view, tap () icon at the right. In response to Terence Devlin. Kind of new to Apple. From the Messages app: Tap on the ellipsis (•••) button at the top of the list of conversations, then select "Edit Name and Photo" on the action sheet that appears at the bottom. From the Settings app: Select "Messages," then "Share Name and Photo." To adjust the strength, swipe left/right (like many of the tools in Snapseed). This will open a dialogue box that will allow you to choose which settings you want to copy. (iPhone) In the Edit panel in the Loupe view, tap Crop icon at the bottom of the screen. without the changes being applied to the other copies. Instead of taking a simple picture, you can now have a mini video, which literally captures a moment. Note: A video saved as a new clip can’t be reverted to the original. You can display a profile photo next to your name in Classroom. Choose all edited photos that you want to transfer from iPhone to a computer and then click on “Transfer” button on the right corner bottom. Just updated to the new Photos and am using a MacBook Pro 15" Retina with Yosemite 10.10.3. Flip: Tap to flip the image horizontally. Then tap “Copy Photo” from the … If you’re pleased with your edits, tap the Save button, and a copy of the edited photo is saved. This really gives the photo a congruent feel. Crop to a standard preset ratio: Tap , then choose a ratio like Square, 2:3, 8:10, and more. I was wondering if it would be possible to save the adjustments as a photo filter to create your own presets? Create photo masterpieces right on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. When you use iCloud Photos, any edits you make are saved across all your devices. The menu that appears lets you copy, the image, share it, choose it as a favorite, or delete it. Copy Photos with Manual Copy: Copy photos using our Manual Photo Cut to cut out exactly the parts you want. Tip 03 DimitriVD, Oct 21, 2015 10:07 AM in response to Longhornjohn, Oct 21, 2015 10:52 AM in response to DimitriVD, Oct 21, 2015 10:54 AM in response to DimitriVD, Oct 22, 2015 10:04 AM in response to léonie, Oct 22, 2015 10:11 AM in response to DimitriVD. MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Early 2013), 3. iPhone Camera timer: Avoid camera shake If you’re finding that all of your photos are a little blurry, maybe you’re moving the camera ever so … Recovering PC, Right Click on the image and choose Copy Adjustments, Apr 19, 2015 10:29 PM in response to Longhornjohn patar0k, Jul 25, 2015 1:33 AM in response to Terence Devlin, Jul 25, 2015 1:51 AM in response to patar0k, User profile for user: Less, User profile for user: Open the Brushstroke app, then tap the icon to the left of the camera icon to access your photo library. 2) Select a photo from the albums displayed. When you press down against pictures and thumbnails they swell, changing the view or the surrounding menus and icons. For this edit, I’ll be putting the desaturated point all over the table, along with the menu. Did you find a way to "batch paste" the settings? When you're done, go back to Photos and find the copies. Swipe to the left or right, to view all the tiles. To copy: press down and hold on the block of text you intend to copy. Rotate: Tap to rotate the photo 90 degrees. Be warned though that iCloud may compress files so you might end up with slightly lower quality photos and videos. Tap Save Video to save only the trimmed video, or Save Video as New Clip to save both versions of the video. Tap Edit, tap , then do any of the following: Crop manually: Drag the rectangle corners to enclose the area you want to keep in the photo, or you can pinch the photo open or closed. Camera & Lens settings: This information includes camera settings that are used to capture an image, such as aperture, shutter speed, focal length, ISO, and other details. Drag either end of the frame viewer, then tap Done. Tap Done to save your edits, or if you don’t like your changes, tap Cancel, then tap Discard Changes. After you edit a photo and save your changes, you can revert to the original image. Tap the plus/minus icon, and depending on the original darkness of the photo, drag the toggle up around 1/3 to 1/2 of the way. That’s why when you delete a photo in one place, it deletes that photo from all devices using the same Apple ID. You can also copy and paste these edit points by tapping them. The available Cropping options are displayed as tiles, along the bottom of the screen. You need to remove it under Contacts. You can repeat clicking Share->Save Image, for as many copies of the photo as you want. Best iPhone Photo Editing Apps for Face Detail Editing 5. BTW - has anyone found how to Paste location the way iphoto used to support? Pasting adjustments is only possible when in Edit mode, and you can only have one photo open in edit mode at a time. I would love the feature though, Oct 22, 2015 10:11 AM in response to DimitriVD Copyright © 2021 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. I think I read somewhere this could be done in iPhoto. We're going to edit the following photo that my husband took of me. Crop to a standard preset ratio: Tap , then choose a ratio like Square, 2:3, 8:10, and more. Open a video shot in Slo-mo, then tap Edit. 4. Change these 3 camera settings in iOS 11. Right Click on the image and choose Copy Adjustments. Open the edited image, tap Edit, then tap Revert. Click on the “Photos” tab on the left sidebar, then all of your iPhone photos will be displayed on the right part of the window. 1) Allow the app to access to your photos. between iOS devices, iTunes and computer. If you teach in a school, your G Suite for Education profile picture is your Classroom profile photo. 2. In response to Terence Devlin. To change the tool you’re using on each edit, swipe up/down. This photo and video editing app can be purchased for $1,99. Change your profile photo. In Photos, tap a photo or video thumbnail to view it in full screen. In response to Longhornjohn, Apr 20, 2015 7:51 AM in response to Terence Devlin Advanced Photo Editor: Edit the cut photos for sharper, exact edges. Move to the next image. Tap a filter, then drag the slider to adjust the effect. In Photos, open the video, then tap Edit. Crop: To crop the photo to a portion of its original area, tap the Crop button. either select the length of text you wish to copy or press select all on the menu which appears. Tip: Tap to automatically edit your photos or videos with effects. Tap Edit, then swipe left under the photo to view the editing buttons for each effect such as Exposure, Brilliance, and Highlights. You can play the Live Photo, apply filters to it, choose the key photo, add Live Photo effects and much more! In response to DimitriVD, Question: To review the effect, tap the effect button to see the shot before and after the effect was applied (or tap the photo to toggle between the edited version and the original). To paste: simply press on hold on any text box and await the menu. The downside to changing the photo format is that JPEG images take up far more storage. These icons give you access to a range of editing tools for improving your image. Just tap Edit, and a timeline will appear at the bottom allowing you to select the best frame to use as the Key Photo. Apr 20, 2015 8:20 AM in response to Longhornjohn Just open the photo you want to edit, then tap Edit at the top right of the screen. In response to Longhornjohn. You can click Enter name field then enter an appropriate name. Select Most Compatible. OS X Yosemite (10.10.3), iPhone Live Photo is a special Apple feature that combines a photo and a video together. I will be using the iPad version for the purpose of this tutorial, but you should be able to easily follow along with the iPhone version as well. Select the photo you want to edit, then tap the top right arrow to go to the next step. At the top of the Settings menu, tap on your name, as seen below: Within the Apple ID menu, tap on your profile picture (or lack thereof) to change it. The level of adjustment you make for each effect is displayed by the yellow outline around the button, so you can see at a glance which effects have been increased or decreased. Once you add a profile photo, you can’t remove it—you can only replace it with a different photo. Photos does not support to save adjustment presets like you could do in Aperture.