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Hazel is already great way to automate cleaning up your Mac, and it’s also great for photo organisation. Blogger Jacob Salmela shares a script to sort photos you upload to Dropbox into location-based directories.
Famed photographer Elena Shumilova says consistency is the most important thing for photographing your kids.
Setting up and using Apple’s new Photos app is easy enough, but one thing you might not notice immediately is the ability to keep multiple libraries on your computer. Cult of Mac points to a keyboard shortcut that makes it easy to swap between libraries.
For better or worse, Apple’s new Photos app sets itself up automatically using your previous settings for iPhoto (if you had it). This can make it a bit confusing to deal with if you need to move things around. Thankfully, How-To Geek shows you how to change the location of the library.
iPhone: We’re fans of using DeGeo to remove location info from photos. If you’d prefer to skip that step altogether, DeGeo Camera never records your location to begin with.
Apple’s new Photos app is better than iPhoto, but it’s still lacking in features. Thankfully, Mac OS X Automation put together a few handy scripts to get more out of the software.
Last week, Apple released an update to Yosemite that includes a new Photos app. This app is a working replacement for iPhoto, and it does a much better job of organising your photos without hogging system resources. Here’s how to use it.