Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Searching for photos, part of iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 8.
- iOS 8 has limited capabilities for searching for images.…Although there are no specific file names for images,…and you cannot change them or add keywords to them…to add additional useful information to a photo,…there are ways that you can search for images…based on information that's added to the files…when the image was created.…Let's take a look at how this works.…So from the list of albums or from one of the screens…for moments, collections, and years,…tap on the magnifying glass in the upper right…to start a search.…
I'll start off searching for a location.…So I'm just gonna tap in here...…Martinez, California, and right off the bat it picks up…pictures that were taken in downtown Martinez.…So not only is it finding the city where the pictures…were taken, but it is pinpointing them to a specific…region of the city.…I'll tap on that search result there…and it takes me to a list showing me the different…pictures that were taken on different dates…in Martinez California.…
So I actually have a range of several dates…
- Adjusting exposure and focus in the Camera app
- Using the self-timer and burst modes
- Shooting slow-motion and time-lapse videos
- Flagging favorites
- Creating photo albums
- Adjusting images with the enhanced editing controls in iOS 8
- Trimming video
- Sharing from Photos
- Sharing with iCloud
- Syncing photos with iTunes
Skill Level Beginner
Tony Cruz's iPhone Surf Photography: Start to Finishwith Tony Cruz7m 22s Intermediate
1. Using the Camera App
2. Organizing Photos and Movies with the Photos App
3. Editing Photos and Videos with the Photos App
4. Sharing and Transferring Photos from Your Device
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