SayCheeze is a photography app that's focused on snapping pictures and sharing them on Facebook (almost) immediately. While not all of us are out there snapping pictures wherever we are, those who do will appreciate the simplicity of SayCheeze's interface. Start by using the settings to log in to your Facebook account, then flip the switch for auto-upload to the "On" position. From there, every time you snap a picture, your photo will automatically be uploaded to Mobile Uploads on Facebook almost immediately. If you want to check out images before uploading them, you can turn … Read more
Not everything about the iPhone is intuitive. For example, certain users (OK, me) have often wondered how to select more than one photo to share via e-mail or to delete.
I mean, there's no visible "select" option on the main Camera Roll page, and if you tap an individual photo, you get share/delete options solely for that photo--there's no option to go back and add more.
Today's tip is about a feature that's hiding in plain sight. Here's how to share or delete multiple photos:Open the Photos app, then choose the … Read more
If you own an iPhone, iPad, or iPod and a Brother multifunction printer, now you can print and scan from one to the other. Specifically, Brother iPrint&Scan lets you send photos from your device to your printer over your home Wi-Fi network. You can choose an existing photo from your album or snap one on the spot with the camera.
The app also supports full-color and black-and-white scanning from your all-in-one to your iPhone. That's a great way to capture photos and documents for on-the-go viewing. Scanned items can be saved to your photo album, e-mailed in … Read more
When you are using iTunes to sync your photos to iPhone, iPad, or your iPod, iTunes automatically creates a folder on your machine called iPod Photo Cache. This folder contains a backup copy of the photos currently synced to your device.
If you change the folder that is syncing to your Apple device, the … Read more
The new look was launched as an opt-in beta back in late June. Back then, Matthew Rothenberg who is Flickr's head of product, told CNET that the plan was to roll it out to everyone after a month of testing. Just a week late on that estimate, the company now says it's been released to 100 percent of users as the default style.
According to a post on Flickr's … Read more
If you own an iPhone, iPad, or iPod and a Brother multifunction printer, today's your lucky day: now you can print and scan from one to the other.
Specifically, Brother iPrint&Scan lets you send photos from your device to your printer over your home Wi-Fi network. You can choose an existing photo from your album or snap one on the spot with the camera.
The app also supports full-color and black-and-white scanning from your all-in-one to your iPhone. That's a great way to capture photos and documents for on-the-go viewing. Scanned items can be saved to … Read more
Apple released an update to its raw image compatibility profiles, adding support for the raw format from a number of new camera models. The update lets you manage raw images shot by newer cameras in Aperture 3 and iPhoto '09. The update is available for Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6.
The specific cameras that Apple added to the compatibility list are:Canon PowerShot SX1 IS Olympus E-PL1 Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 Panasonic Lumix DMC-G10 Samsung NX10 Sony Alpha DSLR-A390 Sony Alpha NEX-3 Sony Alpha NEX-5
Beloved CNET to the Rescue listeners:
Next week's show is all about wire management, so we thought it would be fun to highlight some of the beautiful (and not so beautiful) wire management techniques you're using in your home and/or office. Send us a picture of your handy-work, and we'll take some of the best and worst creations to showcase on the show, as well as in the show notes.
We don't have any prizes to give out beyond a virtual pat on the back, and the potential adoration or abject disgust of fellow CNET … Read more
We resize images all the time--to e-mail to friends, post on blogs, share on Facebook, and much more. Although we often resize images in a photo-editing program as soon as we take them off the camera, it's not uncommon for us to need a resizing tool that can be used the rest of the time. After all, who wants to launch a big photo-editing program for tasks that can be completed with a lightweight utility? That's where Fast Image Resizer comes in. This basic program lets users resize images as quickly and easily as anything we've seen.… Read more
All digital cameras are created more or less equal, right? Not quite: the Samsung DualView TL220 has an extra ace up its sleeve--or, rather, an extra LCD.
Yep, this is the one you've heard about, the camera with the second, front-facing screen so you can easily snap self-portraits (and portraits of you and whatever celebrity you're able to cajole in front of the lens). It debuted late last year with a rather steep list price of $349.99.