Published May 2020
Please note the introductory price of $24 will raise to $29 shortly after launch.
OVERVIEW AND LIBRARY MANAGEMENT
While Photos attempts to make your initial setup simple and easy, there can be complications. What if you have more than one existing photo library? What if you've got folders of photographs sprinkled all over your hard drive? All of these can be imported into Photos, but you've got to know the ropes. This video screencast shows you all kinds of tricks to run Photos on your Mac, iPad, and iPhone.
Photos uses an intuitive organizational structure that lets you see your pictures grouped in multiple ways. You have thousands of pictures. Photos will make it easier to find your favorites. You can even search you library so if someone says, "Hey! Quick, find me that photo of Aunt Trudy from 2004 wearing that Juicy tracksuit!", you can deliver the goods. This stuff sounds complicated. It's not. By the time you get to the end of this video, you'll be able to embarrass Aunt Trudy in no time flat.
With the new Photos app, there are many ways to share your images with friends and family from something as simple as an email to full-blown shared iCloud albums. This section covers all of the sharing options.
There are more topics covered in this Photos Field Guide including a primer on digital photo formats, popular third-party photo applications, application settings for the Photos and Camera apps, and more.
- 122 videos fully streamable plus combined versions for easier download
- Nearly six hours of video tutorials.
- Full coverage for iPhone, iPad, and the Mac.
- Everything is broken up and paced so novice to advanced users can get on board and master their Photos.
* A note on Closed-Captioning
The videos in this course are all in the process of being transcribed. Closed-captioning is estimated to be available on June 1, 2020.
David Sparks speaks and writes about how to use technology to be more productive. David is a past speaker at Macworld / iWorld and a regular faculty member for the American Bar Association’s TechShow.
David has published numerous books and videos on how to use technology including the MacSparky Field Guide series that includes videos and books on managing email, going paperless, and how to make a winning presentation. David is also co-host of the popular Mac Power Users, Automators, and Focused podcasts. When not speaking and writing about technology, David is a Business Attorney in Orange County, California.