August 19, 2013 0 comments

Google brought together professional photographers and photography enthusiasts from across the globe to celebrate World Photography day at a special event in Mumbai. This event allowed photographers to debate and exchange their ideas on the evolution of photography from daguerreotypes to digital. The keynote session was delivered by Padamshree Award winner Raghu Rai, who showcased his photographs and shared his experiences and anecdotes on the developments in the photography world and the transitions.

Google also collaborated with leading Indian photographers including Pradeep Sanyal, Sumit Sen, Prashant Panjiar to encourage photographers to embrace technology for content creation and network with like-minded photographers from across the globe.

Google+ offers plethora of advanced features for budding and professional photographers to add effects, edit, and improve the quality of their photos. It provides a powerful platform for photographers to showcase their work, receive suggestions, and network with other photographers with similar interests. The event saw a demonstration of intelligent photo-editing

● Auto Backup: No wires, and no qualms if you lose your phone-Google+ Photos automatically backs up all your photos in the cloud as soon as you take them, where they’re accessible from any device.

● Auto Enhance: Auto Enhance makes subtle improvements to your photos that help the people and places in your photos look their best.

● Auto Highlight: When you upload new photos, we’ll show you a selection of highlights from your collection that makes it easy to share the best of your shots. You’ll spend less time sorting through duplicates and blurry images, more time enjoying your favorites with the people that matter.

● Auto Awesome: The photos we take don’t always tell the full story; Auto Awesome creates fun new images from the photos you add to Google+. We’ll combine sets of similar pictures into short animations, create panoramas from landscape photos, and even make group photos where everyone looks great.

The event was rounded out by a special exhibition of the work of participating photographers.Google+ Photos offers many easy-to-use, comprehensive photo editing tools. These are all accessible for free via Google+.

 

Google+ Photos

Google+ Photos lets you back up all your photos in the cloud, where they’re accessible from any device. You can upload unlimited photos at tablet resolution (2048px) for free, and upload larger photos at full resolution using your 15 GB of free Google Drive storage (increasing from 5GB in the coming weeks). Auto Backup (formerly Instant Upload) lets you back up new photos from your phone as soon as you take them, so they’ll stay safe even if you lose your device.

The new Highlight view organizes all of your photos so they’re easy to browse through- whether they’re from your phone, albums you’ve created, events you’re a part of, or albums you’re tagged in. You’ll see a selection of top shots for each set of photos, so you can share a few standouts without spending time sorting through duplicates and blurry images.

Photos look better than ever after you add them to Google+, thanks to our new Auto Enhance technology. Auto Enhance makes intelligent improvements to each of your photos, accentuating important details and helping the people and places in your images look their best. If you don’t like the changes, it’s easy to undo them.

Finally, you get more than just the photos you’ve added when you use Google+. Auto Awesome creates fun new images from the photos in your account — short animations, panoramic photos, photo booth-style portraits, and more.

 

 

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