Ed. note: How many times have you taken photos at a concert or festival, only to find that they’re either blurry, too dark or too light? Wouldn’t you love to know which camera is the best one for you? And wouldn’t you love to know how to use that camera correctly? We asked professional photographer Sara Kauss to be our special GACTV.com “How To…” blogger for the next few weeks. Sara has graciously agreed to pass along all of her tips and tricks to YOU, just in time for the CMA Music Festival and summer concert season! Her first post was How To Find the Right Camera for Your Budget — and then she explained How To Use Your Camera. Third, Sara shared How To Use a Computer to Enhance Your Images. Now that you’re a master student of photography, Sara’s going to tell you how to share those gorgeous photos you’ve been taking!
How To…Share Your Photos
Now that we’ve taken the photos and edited them in iPhoto, it’s time to share them with friends and family! The easiest way to do this is directly from iPhoto. In iPhoto, you can use the toolbar to easily upload albums and images to Flicker, Facebook and Mobile Me. My favorite feature is Email. iPhoto will re-size the image for you, making it friendly for email accounts with inbox restrictions, or larger for sharing a photo of mom’s grandchild for her to print on her own.
In iPhoto you can create a card, calendar, or even book from your gallery of images. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!
If you are using another photo editing application, you can easily take saved images and upload them to Facebook and Flickr using their upload online system. Once you have added them to Facebook, tagging your friends is the fun part! Sit back and wait for the comments. In regards to concert images, make sure to Continue Reading