Your camera phone now has such high resolution that it makes a handy magnifying glass. For instance, you can read the tiny branding marks on small parts like this hearing aid if you take a photo and zoom in on your camera phone. dotphoto’s Edittools can also make a permanent image for reference or printing.
Images of tourist maps with tiny street names are especially helpful when traveling.
iPhones have a magnification mode, and Androids show two leaves in the photo mode: tap the single leaf to magnify your screen by 200%.
Zoom in with dotphoto Edit tools
Two years ago, my wife and I were in Notre Dame Cathedral on Good Friday. We were exploring the somber chapels deep in the cathedral when a commotion stirred nearby, and a line of young men in robes emerged from a dark hallway. We joined a small crowd that followed the celebrants to the front doors of the cathedral and out onto the bright plaza where they established the stations of the cross. We will remember that colorful spring afternoon all our lives.
How wonderful that Notre Dame was largely saved and will be re-built! Here is a dotphoto slideshow that recalls Notre Dame that day.
See the Cathedral of Notre Dame on Good Friday 2017
Where are my Android photos?
My apologies to the nice dotphoto customer who called to ask about uploading Android photos. I suggested that she watch our video about uploading, which is usually very helpful; it only occurred to me later that she could not find her photos in her phone.
Android devices can keep photos in many different places, so we’ve created this illustrated FAQ to help find Android photos. A few simple tricks are very useful.
Where are my Android photos?
Your guests will see your logo when they login
Professional photographers, newspapers and others who sell photos on dotphoto can now add their logo to dotphoto. Your logo will appear to guests when they sign in as a guest or use a link to reach your dotphoto album.
To set up your logo, email your logo as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org Logos should be oblong and horizontal, and up to 1031 x 286 pixels.
Red eyes appear in photos when the camera flash or another bright light source is reflected from the retina. The reflected light illuminates the rich blood supply of the connective tissue at the back of the eye and produces the red color you see in pictures.
To remove red-eye on dotphoto, go to the dotphoto editor by choosing a photo and then tapping the pencil icon. Then choose the red-eye feature, select the eyes and apply.
More on removing red-eye
Organize the photos in your albums by date, upload date, alphabetical by title, or drop-and-drag to a custom arrangement. Just tap the Organize command on the left and choose Sort Album. To drag photos to a new order, choose Manual Drag and Drop Rearrange after Sort Albums.
More on Sorting Your Photos
dotphoto handles documents, too. Here’s how to manage documents on dotphoto, too:
- Create a Documents album in your dotphoto account under Organize.
- Add a guest password, so that album is locked and will not appear to your photo-browsing guests.
- When you get a document that you want to keep, take a photo of it with your phone.
- Run dotphoto.com on your phone, and upload the document to your Documents album.
A few documents I’ve captured lately:
- A quote for lawn care that will start in the spring
- IRS Refund Letter
- Birth Certificate
- Shipping paperwork
Now you can access documents whenever you want, and even download full-sized copies of your documents. To name your documents, enter the album, and use dotphoto’s Organize / Edit Titles function.