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Apple will hook you up with a expert for a one-on-one session on Photos editing

Apple will hook you up with a expert for a one-on-one session on Photos editing
A recently added Apple support document reveals that the company will hook you up with an expert to teach you all about "Photo editing" on your iPhone, iPad or Mac. Each session lasts as long as 30 minutes and Apple says that each session will be tailored to your individual skill level. The goal is to turn your pictures and videos from good to amazing, something that can be accomplished with the help of these specially trained Apple Support Advisors.

During the half hour, you will learn all of the tools available from the Photos app. For example, Apple says that you will learn about the Auto Enhance tool, how to edit Live Photos and pictures shot in Portrait Mode. Other topics include cropping photos and the use of filters. You should have all of your pictures and videos available, along with a list of questions that you want to ask.

Before your session, Apple suggests that you update your iPhone and iPad to the latest iOS build. If you're using a Mac, make sure its running the latest build of macOS. If you plan on using an iPhone for the session, you should use the speakerphone or headphones to keep your hands free while talking to the expert. To schedule an appointment, click on the sourcelink below. The sessions are available only in the U.S.

Apple also offers free photography workshops at certain Apple Stores. You can check to see when your local Apple Store is holding its next workshop by clicking on this link.

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