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Whether you’ve fallen in love with blurry backgrounds from hipster photos in Tumblr or other photography work, it’s a good thing to try out for yourself. Here’s how,
The need to resize a few photos always seems to be a part of my daily routine. That’s exactly why I use Windows Live Photo Gallery for both viewing and resizing my collection.
If the built-in Windows wallpaper manager isn’t cutting it, a third party app may do the trick. John’s Background Switcher is a free program that is up for the task.
You can hide text in image files on your computer. It’s called steganography. Here’s how to do it on Windows manually or with the help of a free utility.
Instagram is a great way to take pictures and customize how they look with a variety of filters. Using it on a smartphone is quite easy. But what if you want to view your Instagram feed on your computer? Enter Webstragram.
There’s a plethora of image cropping tools online, but Croppola is different compared to others. It’s a free online utility that lets you crop images in a unique way. It intelligently figures out which parts of the image needs to be cropped out by using a smart algorithm.
While browsing the web via the Silk browser on your Kindle Fire, you’ll run across images you want to save and share. Here’s how to save images from the web to the Kindle Fire Gallery and email them to your friends and colleagues.
Although the Kindle Fire doesn’t have a camera, you can use it to view and organize your pictures and photos.Here’s how to transfer them to be stored locally on the tablet.
If you have a website or blog, you know how important it is to keep pages light, so they load quickly. Images play a serious part in this. Here’s an easy way to make them smaller and optimize them.
Windows Home Server (WHS) lets you stream media and access data from other computers over your home network. You can access WHS content from an Xbox 360 as well. Here’s how. First, open the Windows Home Server Console and set up Media Library Sharing. Click Settings then Media Sharing. Select the media types (Music, Photos […]
Large Google+ profile pictures and shared photos are displayed as small thumbnails. Sure you can just click on them to get a larger view. But wouldn’t it be nice to just mouse over them for a larger view? Here’s how. First install the +Photo Zoom extension for Chrome. After it’s installed, go to Google+ and […]
Picasa 3 is hardwired for sharing via social media, blogs and email. As such, it has a few handy features for batch resizing your photos into more web-friendly file sizes so you can easily email them or share them via dropbox. In this groovyPost, I’ll show you how to quickly and easily create resized versions […]
Last week, the Southeast U.S. saw possibly the most devastating storm of the year for the region. States including Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee were all hit by the worst of it. As a result support has been pouring in, and Google has even updated their imagery in Google Earth to reflect the damage. If you […]