If you want to give a group of pictures to a friend, burning a “Gift CD” is the easiest way to do it. Just decide on the group of pictures, a folder, or an album, and use Picasa’s Gift CD command. Your friends will love playing the slideshow on their computer from your disk, and, [Click for the rest ...]
If you take video, or create movies using Movie Maker or other tools, you can enhance your blog by putting the video right in a blog post. This tutorial will show you how.
In order to put a video into a blog post, it must be on the web somewhere and we think that Youtube is the best place. They host millions of videos and they know how to make it work. It’s free, all you need is a Google account. This tutorial will show you how from [Click for the rest ...]
Since your phone has a GPS receiver built in, it can ‘stamp’ every photo you take with the Latitude and Longitude of the place where it was taken. There is a setting where you tell your phone (or tablet) that you want – or don’t want – that Geotag to be stored with the photos. [Click for the rest ...]
When you double-click to open one single picture, you will notice that the left side no longer displays folders. Instead, you will see all the different editing options that you can perform on this single photo. Just a couple clicks can greatly improve your photos – and you can always Undo. This video will show [Click for the rest ...]
This video covers the last tab of Picasa effects #31-36: Neon, Comic Book, Border, Drop Shadow, Museum Matte, and Polaroid. If you’ve ever wanted to frame your pictures, these are the effects you want to learn! This is just a brief demonstration of each effect later videos may go into more details on individual effects [Click for the rest ...]
Monthly Issue # 67 May 31, 2013 www.geeksontour.tv Newsletter Archives ‘ Become a Member ‘ Facebook” All Videos ‘ Subscribe May – On The Road We left Fort Lauderdale on May 4. 2,580 miles later, on May 31 we are parked at an Elks Lodge in Lusk, Wyoming. We stopped at a couple of sights [Click for the rest ...]
If you love traveling like we do, you want some easy way to hold on to the memories. Years ago I kept large binders of photo albums and other books of journals. They can get lost or destroyed, and they take up too much space. Even before we bought an RV and adopted the vagabond [Click for the rest ...]