Noteboom Tutorials Introduces Tutor for Photos for OS X

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[] Holland, Michigan - Noteboom Tutorials has introduced Tutor for Photos for OS X, their latest video tutorial for the Mac. Tutor for Photos for OS X consists of 43 easy-to-follow video lessons designed to give users a better understanding of how to effectively use Apple's photo management software Photos.

Tutor for Photos for OS X covers various subjects including importing from iPhoto, syncing with iCloud Photo Library, managing multiple libraries, and showing the sidebar to make it more like iPhoto. The tutorial also looks at organizing photos into albums, smart albums, faces, folders, and how to hide your photos. The new Photos includes extensive editing tools and the tutorial shows you how to use them. Demos include enhancing photos, adding filters, straightening photos, cropping photos, and making adjustments to photos. Tutor for Photos for OS X also includes tips when editing including how to compare edits to the original photo and creating versions. The tutorial also includes lessons on various sharing options including creating books, calendars, slideshows, and ordering prints.

This new tutorial is included with a membership to online. Membership is subscription based and includes over 950 lessons on OS X Yosemite, OS X iMovie, the iPad and iOS 8, Numbers, Pages, Keynote, and more. Membership also includes access to new tutorials as they are released. Users can watch the tutorials on any device - Mac, iPad, or iPhone. The site tracks the tutorials users are enrolled in as well as a user's progress by tracking individual lessons as they are viewed.

"We are excited to add Tutor for Photos for OS X to our catalog of tutorials, said Dan Wassink, President of Noteboom Productions, Ltd. "We work hard to explain all of the features of Apple's new Photos app in simple terms and video demonstrations. Our tutorials have been well received so far as our existing tutorials have had over 225,000 downloads in the App Store with an average rating of 4.4 stars. We look forward to helping many more people manage their photos more effectively with this latest tutorial - Tutor for Photos for OS X."

Features include:
* 43 Easy-to-Follow Videos
* Tutorials are divided into short chapters averaging around 5 minutes each
* Low-cost solution to comprehensive training
* View tutorial on any device
* Includes access to multiple tutorials
* Progress in tutorial is tracked in the user's account on the website

Lessons include:
Tutor for Photos OS X - Introduction
* Importing Photos and Videos
* Importing from iPhoto or Aperture
* Importing from Cameras and SD Cards
* iCloud Photo Library
* Importing from My Photo Stream
* Importing from Files and Folders
* Managing Multiple Libraries

Viewing Photos and Videos
* Viewing Your Photos and Videos
* Viewing Moments, Collections, and Years
* Sidebar and Split View
* Viewing Photo Information
* Viewing Photos in Full Screen Mode
* Selecting Photos and Videos
* Hiding Photos and Videos

Organizing Photos and Videos
* Adding Keywords
* Organizing by Faces
* Creating Albums
* Creating Smart Albums
* Creating Folders
* Finding Photos and Videos
* Deleting Photos and Videos

Editing Photos
* Basic Editing Tips
* Choosing RAW as Original File
* Enhancing and Rotating Photos
* Cropping and Straightening Photos
* Applying Filters
* Adjusting the Look of Photos
* Retouching Photos
* Reducing and Removing Red-Eye

Creating Projects
* Creating Slideshows
* Creating Books
* Creating Calendars
* Creating Cards

Sharing Options
* iCloud Photo Sharing
* Printing Photos
* Ordering Prints
* Exporting Photos

Pricing and Availability:
Tutor for Photos for OS X is included in membership to Noteboom Tutorials online. Membership is available for $8 USD a month, $19 USD a quarter, and $59 USD annual subscription.

Noteboom Tutorials by Noteboom Productions, Ltd., is an independent developer based out of Holland, Michigan, was formed in 2010 by Dan Wassink and Beth Wassink for the purpose of creating video tutorials for the iPhone/iPod touch, iPad, and the Macintosh computer. Copyright (C) 2015 Noteboom Productions, Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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