Video at this link: https://goo.gl/photos/r25ryXGSFpz5t5N5A
Even if you barely enjoy taking photos for fun, it’s easy in the age of smartphones to have a bazillion unorganised shots all over the internet/computer/hard drives that you may own.
I tend to LOVE taking photos, so what I have is… a mess. (I have, however, starting organising things much better these days but am currently having pains changing from Mac back to Windows ever since the Surface Pro 3 did exactly what I wanted!)
Then Google released the Google Photos app about a month and a bit ago. Mind was blown! I’ve been using it on my phone to back things up and have installed it on my Mac to sync everything to the cloud automagically.
While that’s all good, the thing that really makes it shine for me is how it trawls through your collection and labels things for you as best it can. You end up with labels like “sunsets” which show you the sunset shots you’ve taken. Or like me, you have a prominent one called “penguins” at the moment.
The other thing it does is stitches snippets into short videos. Now, I have hundreds of snippets that I want to use to make these shorts, but as always, real life and lack of time stop that. This feature functions to show mpe some clips that I’d already taken and provides me with inspiration to use the damn footage!
So without further ado, here it is…
Follow this link (can’t seen to embed it: https://goo.gl/photos/r25ryXGSFpz5t5N5A