Google+ Photos: edit your previous edits, and Auto Awesome Effects
Non destructive editing online…. Nice! Originally shared by +John Nack Google+ Photos: edit your previous edits, and Auto Awesome Effects If you’re afraid of commitment, then you probably don’t edit your photos online 🙂 Reason being: many services overwrite (aka “destroy”) your images during the editing process. So once you save a change, you can’t change your mind. In contrast: Google+ Photos offers non-destructive editing on Android, iOS and Chrome, and it syncs your edits to the cloud. So you can start editing on one device, continue on another, and your originals are always available. Today we’re making the Chrome experience even more flexible by letting you go back and adjust your previous edits. (Commitment-phobes rejoice!) For example: – Suppose you want to re-crop a photo but leave the other effects alone. Or keep your choice of frames, but turn up the brightness and contrast.– Now you can, and you don’t have to start from scratch. Just open your photo in the Chrome editor, click on “Edits,” and you’ll be able to adjust the edits you’ve already made.– When you settle on a look you really like, you can also copy those edits and apply them to another photo. Even […]
03 Jul 2014 in G+ Posts, by
Non destructive editing online
In album 2014-06-24 Nice! Reshared post from +John Nack Google+ Photos: edit your previous edits, and Auto Awesome Effects If you’re afraid of commitment, then you probably don’t edit your photos online 🙂 Reason being: many services overwrite (aka “destroy”) your images during the editing process. So once you save a change, you can’t change your mind. In contrast: Google+ Photos offers non-destructive editing on Android, iOS and Chrome, and it syncs your edits to the cloud. So you can start editing on one device, continue on another, and your originals are always available. Today we’re making the Chrome experience even more flexible by letting you go back and adjust your previous edits. (Commitment-phobes rejoice!) For example: – Suppose you want to re-crop a photo but leave the other effects alone. Or keep your choice of frames, but turn up the brightness and contrast.– Now you can, and you don’t have to start from scratch. Just open your photo in the Chrome editor, click on “Edits,” and you’ll be able to adjust the edits you’ve already made.– When you settle on a look you really like, you can also copy those edits and apply them to another photo. Even if […]
03 Jul 2014 in G+ Posts, by
Interesting – And good news…
In album Interesting – And good news… Reshared post from +Christian Pesch The Nik Collection by Google: photography first, for professionals and more Here on the Google+ Photos team, we're busy building tools for all kinds of photographers. Today, and for all the professionals out there, we're bundling the complete set of Nik plug-ins as the Nik Collection by Google. We're especially excited about three things: 1) It's more affordable. The entire set of plug-ins for Photoshop, Lightroom and Aperture only costs $149 (versus the previous $499). 2) It's really powerful. The Nik Collection by Google gives you tools for everything from noise reduction and HDR imaging to creative effects and image sharpening (and lots more). 3) It's free to try. You can visit niksoftware.com for a 15-day free trial of the Collection. If you've already purchased one or more Nik plug-ins in the past, then don't worry, we've got you covered. In fact: we're going to upgrade you to the entire Nik Collection by Google for free. Just keep an eye out for emailed instructions in the next few days. Once you've got a Nik Collection shot that you're excited about, feel free to share it with the Google+ […]
25 Mar 2013 in G+ Posts, by
Filter Google+ search results to only show photo posts
Originally shared by +Dave Cohen You can now filter your Google+ search results to only show photo posts. Just type in what you’re looking for, and select “Photos” from the filter dropdown. You can find any photo post that’s shared with you — from items shared only with you, to public photos shared by some of the great photographers on Google+. Here are some searches that I enjoy: – Long exposure: https://plus.google.com/s/long%20exposure/photos– Steel wool: https://plus.google.com/s/steel%20wool/photos– Cartoons: https://plus.google.com/s/cartoons/photos We hope you enjoy using this feature. Keep the feedback coming! #googleplusupdate #googleplusphotos  
21 Mar 2013 in G+ Posts, by
Filter Google+ search results to only show photo posts
Reshared post from +Dave Cohen Filter Google+ search results to only show photo posts You can now filter your Google+ search results to only show photo posts. Just type in what you’re looking for, and select “Photos” from the filter dropdown. You can find any photo post that’s shared with you — from items shared only with you, to public photos shared by some of the great photographers on Google+. Here are some searches that I enjoy: – Long exposure: https://plus.google.com/s/long%20exposure/photos– Steel wool: https://plus.google.com/s/steel%20wool/photos– Cartoons: https://plus.google.com/s/cartoons/photos We hope you enjoy using this feature. Keep the feedback coming! #googleplusupdate   #googleplusphotos View this post on Google+
21 Mar 2013 in G+ Posts, by
Another new version…..with even more bacon
In album Android 2.2, Search! (2 photos) And:Instant Upload support for videos is working again! Reshared post from +Ben Eidelson A new version of the Google+ Android app is rolling out to Android Market now with several exciting new features, including one of our top user requests: Search! You can now easily search for Google+ posts and people in the Android app. To start searching, simply tap the new search icon from the app’s Home screen, then type what you’re looking for. Other goodies in this release:– +1 photos– +1 comments – Just long-press on a comment!– See if someone's online and currently typing in Messenger conversations– Start Messenger conversations by just entering a phone number– Higher resolution photo uploads– Links to posts or profiles now open inside of the app– Several stability improvements and bug fixes Last but not least, Instant Upload support for videos is working again! Get the new app in Android Market here: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.google.android.apps.plus&hl=en. Check out some screenshots of Search in the album below. As always, we’re excited to hear what you think! #googleplusupdate Release notes: http://www.google.com/support/mobile/bin/answer.py?answer=1379465 This post has been reshared 1 times on Google+ View this post on Google+
08 Dec 2011 in G+ Posts, by
I use Google Reader daily – I am very happy to see this move toward G+ integration…
I use Google Reader daily – I am very happy to see this move toward G+ integration and evolve into an even better product…. I would not read most blogs and sites without Reader… Reshared post from +Louis Gray #googleplusupdate #reader #googlereader This morning, we are preannouncing some highly requested changes to Google Reader, including the addition of +1 sharing to Google+, a new design to match Google's evolving online experience, and some cleanup, which will retire things like friending, following and shared link blogs from Google Reader. Read the post to see details. I've been using the new Reader for the last several weeks, and hitting +1 to many great posts – some of which I share here, just like any other link from the web. Looking forward to these new features coming very soon. Embedded Link Official Google Reader Blog: Upcoming changes to Reader: a new look, new Google+ features, and some clean-up Thursday, October 20, 2011 by Unknown. Posted by Alan Green, Software Engineer In the next week, we’ll be making some highly requested changes to Google Reader. First, we’re going to introduce… This post has been reshared 2 times on Google+ View this post on Google+
20 Oct 2011 in G+ Posts, by
FYI – changes to how Photo Sharing is handeled – Thanks to +Tim St
In album >+Tim St. Clair for the feature intro Reshared post from +Tim St. Clair #googleplusupdate #googlephotos Hello Google+ community! I'm +Tim St. Clair, an engineer on the Google+ Photos team with another update for you. We want Google+ to be a safe place to share your photos, and today, we’re launching a quicker way to see and change how all your albums are shared. When you visit the Your albums page (in the menu at https://plus.google.com/photos), you will see a link to Change how your albums are shared. Click the link to see the current sharing settings for all your albums. From here you can:– Change who an album is shared with– Lock an album so that viewers can’t reshare it– Hide geographical location information from an album Thanks, and happy sharing! As always, keep the feedback coming! This post has been reshared 1 times on Google+ View this post on Google+
20 Oct 2011 in G+ Posts, by
Nice Update – Notification Granularity
Nice Update – Notification Granularity Reshared post from +Kathleen Ko #googleplusupdate Now you can decide who can notify you on Google+! Circles give you control over who you share with on Google+ and who you see content from. Many of you have asked for similar controls over who can send you notifications, so today we're rolling out a new option in Google+ settings: “Who can notify you.” You can update your settings at https://plus.google.com/settings/plus. This setting controls who you’ll get notifications from, if they:• Share with you individually• Select ‘Notify about this post’ (when sharing to a circle you’re in)• +Mention your name• Invite you to a hangout• Invite you to play or send you messages from a game You’ll still be notified if someone comments on one of your posts or adds you to a circle. We’ve set the “Who can notify you” setting to Extended circles (http://goo.gl/TuH7Z) as the default, but you can change this to be Your circles, Anyone, or a custom selection of specific circles and individuals. We’ll be rolling this out slowly, so if it’s not available for you yet check back soon. And as always, we’d love to hear your feedback in the comments. […]
08 Oct 2011 in G+ Posts, by
Hopefully everyone has seen the added functionality not for Single Photo Sharing…
In album Hopefully everyone has seen the added functionality not for Single Photo Sharing from the Lightbox….. Reshared post from +Chandrashekar Raghavan #googleplusupdate #googlephotos Hi, I’m +Chandrashekar Raghavan a Product Manager on the Google+ Photos team. Sometimes you find a particular photo in an album that’s worth sharing with others. It might be the perfect sunset shot from your beach holiday, or a humorous photo from a friend’s party. The ability to share a single photo from an album is one of our top feature requests and today, we are launching a new feature that will allow you to do just that! Inside the lightbox photo viewer, you’ll now see a “Share” button below each photo. Click “Share” to share just that photo, not the whole album. We hope you enjoy using this feature; keep the feedback coming! Thanks to +Karen Liu for making this feature happen! View this post on Google+
22 Sep 2011 in G+ Posts, by
And yet another day with even more G+ features added
thanks +Jon Moon Reshared post from +Jon Moon See who else the photo album is shared with! #googleplusupdate Oh, hello there! I'm +Jon Moon and I’m an engineer on Google+ photos. You may have noticed that when someone posts something in your stream, you can see who it was shared with. If you look at the top of the post you'll see either Public, Extended circles, or Limited, and clicking on that shows you more details. (More info here: goo.gl/Y0PSM) Today we are introducing the same feature for photo albums, so that you can comment on photos knowing who will be able to see your brilliant, witty, clever remarks. Hooray! This is just one of the many ways we are working to improve your photos experience on Google+. Thanks and we look forward to your feedback! View this post on Google+
24 Aug 2011 in G+ Posts, by
Yet one more thing most have asked for…..Collapsing Comments…
Yet one more thing most have asked for…..Collapsing Comments… Reshared post from +Jonathan Terleski Today we're rolling out the ability to collapse and expand comments in your stream, as well as a few tweaks to the way real-time comments are displayed. Thanks again and let us know what you think! #googleplusupdate Video Transcript It's been great to hear that one of your favorite parts about Google+ is the dynamic nature of the Stream. In real-time, posts and comments arrive in your stream — no refresh required. While this is pretty awesome, it can sometimes be overwhelming. You've said that really active conversations with lots of comments can take over your stream. And comments appearing in real-time can sometimes make updates hard to read. Well, today, we're fixing all this. First, we're making it so you can easily expand and collapse comments in the Stream. Just click once to expand, click again to collapse. And when comments arrive in real-time, we'll automatically collapse them. But, we'll still keep track of which comments you've read and which you haven't. This way, you get to choose when to engage and when not to. We hope both of these features make your stream more […]
16 Aug 2011 in G+ Posts, by