Photography

How to batch edit photos on iPhone

iOS Photos iPhone

Several new features have been added to the Photos app with the launch of iOS 16. In addition to the new Shared iCloud Photo Library, Photos gets an automatic duplicate image finder that can help eliminate redundant photos taking up space. Automated background removal makes it possible to quickly cut out the subject of a picture. On top of all these improvements, Apple has added a way to batch edit multiple photos at the same time.

How to use Instagram chronological feeds on iPhone

Instagram feeds

Instagram has restored its chronological feed. Users can select this sorting option after launching the app, which places the most recent posts first in line. Until 2016 this was the default setting, but since then an algorithmically ranked feed is displayed in the Home tab. The time-sorted feed must be selected every time the app is re-opened.

How to change EXIF photo data on iPhone

Apple iPhone EXIF

There was a time when the metadata stored with photos on the iPhone was hidden. Only special apps or post-processing made it possible to view or edit the so-called EXIF data on a photo. Besides recording the resolution, file size, lens information, and date of the photo, other data such as the location where the photo was taken can be stored.

How to hide likes and views on Instagram

Instagram

Instagram now offers users the option to remove likes and views from their posts. Photographers can also prevent this information from showing up in their feed on others' images. Originally Instagram was testing the feature and planned to remove likes and views universally across the app. After receiving user feedback, the company has made the change optional.

For Instagram fans who prefer to enjoy photographs without any competition, follow the steps below to hid likes and view counts on Instagram:

How to use Google Photos with iPhone

Google Photos

Fans of Google services are not locked into using iCloud Photos to backup their images. Google Photos offers 15 GB of free storage and many features such as Google Lens, facial recognition, and image compression options. The iPhone can be configured to automatically upload pictures to Google Photos instead of the iCloud Photo Library.

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