Sometimes you want to review and send shots right after you take them. Did you know that with Carousel on Android, you can see the photos you’ve taken and send them to friends and family faster than ever?
Landscapes are great, but taking photos of the important people in my life is what I really enjoy most about photography. It’s a good way to capture memories of friends and document important moments, but sometimes portraits don’t turn out as well as you’re hoping. I love photographing my friends, so this week I’m going to share a few tips on how to take a quick portrait that you’ll be proud to save and share.
If you’re using Carousel mobile to view and share memories on the go, Carousel web is the perfect place to organize your collection, experience photos in full screen, and use the features you love on mobile straight from your computer.
Memories in full view
Carousel web brings the speed scroller and timeline from mobile to the big screen. It’s easy to select any photo and view a large version on the web so you can see all the nitty gritty details. And with the whole family gathered around your laptop,
The “Rule of Thirds” is a classic principle every photographer should know. It’s an easy method for balancing a composition by breaking it into three equal pieces. Getting that perfect end result can require some upfront work, and the rule of thirds helps simplify capturing a moment to create photos that appear just right. Let’s take a look at how it works.
We’re giving you more control over how you manage your photos and videos in Carousel on Android.
Carousel allows you to quickly send photos to friends and family. Today, we’re launching a redesigned sharing view on Carousel web that puts your photos center stage. We’re also introducing the ability to like photos on mobile and web, so the people you care about can engage with the memories you’re sharing. Get ready to spread the love!
Let’s talk about simplicity. When you’re taking a photo, it’s tempting to try to capture everything in a scene. But in reality, that can produce distracting photos that lack a clear subject. A great way to improve your shooting is to stop and think about what the real subject of your photo is, and eliminate any elements that are unnecessary. Let’s jump in and take a look at a few strategies you can use to make that happen.