cloud

Don’t Use iCloud for Long-Term Photo Backup

My friend Bill just returned from a family vacation in Costa Rica and shot lots of photos and videos on his iPhone, including some killer shots of breakfasts with local monkeys.

Cloud Editing Strategies

Adobe and Capture One Show the Different Ways to Leverage the Cloud

The meaningful impact of cloud computing with respect to photo editing was an amorphous topic when it was first introduced to photographers in 2013. Nearly a decade later, that has changed and two of the biggest companies in the editing space show how it can be leveraged to support photographers differently.

Adobe Brings Photoshop to the Web

Adobe launched a slew of updates to its Photoshop lines today, but the news was not limited to desktop and mobile software. The company also announced that Photoshop is being extended to the Web.

I Hate Google Photos, But I Fear I Won’t Be Able to Live Without It

I called the Google Photos photo sharing and management app the Turkey of the Year in my 2020 USA TODAY round-up of the apps and gadgets that screwed over consumers last year. Reason: Google Photos was free for all, but starting June 1st, it switches to a paid model after five years of bait and switch.

Canon Takes Down image.canon After Photos and Videos Go Missing

Canon's new 'Camera Cloud Platform' image.canon hasn't been up very long, but it's already experienced its first critical failure. The site has been taken down pending an investigation after "some original photo and video files" that were marked for long term storage were "lost."