Google+ can easily brag about being a home to large number of leading photographers in the world. They are one of the popular and most active users on the network sharing stunning photos everyday.
Adobe photoshop (commercial) and GIMP (free and open source) are a couple of powerful and popular desktop photo editing applications besides many other photo tools available in the market.
We are just one day away (here in the US) before kicking off and celebrating New Year 2012 while in many other parts of the world they are just few hours away from entering into the new year.
Today is Diwali a.k.a Deepavali, the festival of lights celebrated by Indians in India and around the world including here in the United States.
You might have already uploaded and shared a photo or picture with a person or a circle on Google+ photos. When the person or the circle see’s the picture on their stream, all they can do is double click and view them in Google+ photos.
You had been to an office or a family function and you snapped a picture of it. Now you want to share the same with your friends, family or others.
Big thanks to +Brian Rose and +Trey Ratcliff for letting us in on some of the future features of Google Photos in your yesterday’s hangout with the photography elite. It is clear that your team is very involved in working with the professional...
Enjoy using the free picasa web album? You are going to enjoy even better.