Sometimes sitting down one to one with someone who can simply explain things and answer your questions can really make a difference and save you hours of frustrating time. I have been a photography teacher and software instructor for many years and I know how to communicate complicated things in easy to understand terms. Let me help you.

Apple Photos is a popular photo application that is free and comes with all Mac computers, iPhones and iPads. It can work pretty well when you understand how to use it, the problem is Apple doesn’t do a very good job of explaining things.

if you don’t know how to set it up correctly from the start, you can have some big issues with storage on your devices and syncing with iCloud. There can also be serious risk of losing some or even all of your photos if you don’t understand the way Apple Photos handles your pictures and videos. 

Have you ever wanted someone to sit down with you and explain how Apple Photos really works? Well here’s your chance!

I will walk you through all the basics of Apple Photos and answer all your questions.

·      Important settings that affect your storage and syncing with iCloud

·      Navigating the Apple Photos interface and sidebar

·      How to search for and find your images more easily

·      Helpful tips and much more

Most importantly, I will answer all your quesitons 

Have you ever seen any photos with the wrong date and wanted to correct them? I can show you how to do it, even with batches of photos.

Have you ever used a Smart Album to help you organize your photos? Smart albums are one of the more powerful tools Apple Photos offers.

Bring all your questions. After I’m done showing my clients how to work with Apple Photos, I often get a nice “Aaahhhh, now I get it”, and that’s music to my ears.

Call or email me with the issues you are having and what you would like to learn and we can set up a session catered precisely for you.

$99 – for a 90 minute session. It will be time well spent.

 
 
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