More and more, we are taking pictures with our mobile devices like our smartphones (iPhones and Android) and our tablets (iPads and Android tablets.) But we still want to work with them using Picasa on our computers. How do we get them there? Dropbox is the answer. See our newsletter article: Using Dropbox to get [Click for the rest ...]
Monthly Issue # 65 March 31, 2013 www.geeksontour.tv Newsletter Archives ‘ Become a Member ‘ Facebook” All Videos ‘ Subscribe March TechnoGeek Learning Rally As I write this, we are at our TechnoGeek Learning Rally in Bushnell, Florida. This is a joint rally between TechnoRV and Geeks on Tour . A small group of dedicated [Click for the rest ...]
Chris Guld, of Geeks on Tour, writes a Picasa Tip of the Week. She’s been doing this nearly every week since mid 2008, and you can see them all in our PicasaTutorials.com website. If you subscribe to the email for Picasa Tip of the Week, then you’ve already seen these, but it’s nice to review. [Click for the rest ...]
Monthly Issue # 60 October 29, 2012 www.geeksontour.tv Newsletter Archives | Become a Member | Facebook|| All Videos | Subscribe Catch-Up October After an extremely busy August and September, we had time to catch our breath, take a few naps, and do some sightseeing in October! We stayed at some beautiful campgrounds in Tennessee, South [Click for the rest ...]
It’s places like this that give me joy in using my good digital SLR camera, and then viewing and editing the pictures later in Picasa. The picture of the two of us is of particular interest since we were all alone on this beach, and we didn’t have a tripod. How did we get that [Click for the rest ...]
by Chris Guld, www.GeeksOnTour.TV Aren’t digital cameras great?! Just snap away to your heart’s content, no worries about wasting film, or costing more money, or taking up more space. You can see right away if you captured the image you wanted, and take more shots if you didn’t. I’ve been known to take over 100 [Click for the rest ...]
I’ve covered this feature before … but I don’t think I used a very good example in that article, so I’m going to revisit it. We’ve recently traveled through Montana … you know the tagline right? Big Sky Country. We had beautiful weather with clear blue skies, but my pictures did not do the sky [Click for the rest ...]
This video shows you how to use the Graduated Tint effect in Picasa to make blue skies bluer. You can adjust the shade, the feathering, and the position on the picture.
This video shows you how to download and install Picasa 3 for free from Google. Once it’s installed, you will need to answer a couple of questions. This video will answer those questions and briefly explain the Picasa Photo Viewer as well. Alternate Link: Download Video (12.67MB)
Picasa gives you two main ways to see your pictures, Library View and Single Picture/Edit View. This video explains the purpose of each and how to navigate in them.