Edit & Share Digital Photos Using Your iPhone 7 Plus

Purchase and download this informative, easy-to-read, 94-page eBook today!

How would you like to make the photos you take using your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus look truly amazing?

Well, it’s easy if you know how to use the Photos app, as well as one or more third-party photography apps that are readily available for your smartphone.

This new eBook ($8.99) teaches you how to use the iOS 10 edition of the Photos app, as well as other (optional) third-party apps used to view, organize, edit, enhance, print, and share your digital photos directly from your iPhone. This eBook also covers how to use the Photos app with iCloud Photo Library, as well as several other cloud-based services. Plus it explains several easy solutions for creating traditional prints from images stored on your iPhone.

From this eBook you will discover how to fully utilize the Photos app, and also learn about optional apps, like Photoshop Express, Afterlight. FaceTune, Enlight, Pixelmator, and SnapSeed.

This eBook is written specifically for non-tech-savvy people who enjoy taking pictures with their iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. It’s easy to understand, and chock full of sample images to help you learn about the Photos app’s key features and functions. Discover tips and strategies using your smartphone for making your digital photos look awesome prior to sharing them with other people.

Jason R. Rich is the author of more than 55 books, as well as a frequent contributor to numerous national magazines, major daily newspapers, and popular websites. He’s also an accomplished photographer.

To purchase and download this 94-page eBook immediately for only $8.99, please click here.


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