Microsoft Image Composite Editor (ICE)

Hello, I’m Matt Uyttendaele. I normally post over on the HD View blog, but today the Digital Memories Team is giving me this space to talk about Microsoft ICE.  In my blog post announcing the Microsoft Image Composite Editor (ICE), I mentioned the tight integration with the next version of Windows Live Photo Gallery (WLPG). …

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Tree in the way? No problem!

One of the cool things about panoramic stitching in Windows Live Photo Gallery is that you can use it to shoot around foreground objects. Here’s an example from the Woodland Park Zoo where branches (and a fence) prevented me from getting a clean shot of two Zebras in a field. However, by repositioning my body…

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Tell me more about Windows Live Movie Maker beta

Our very own JP is at it again over on the Windows Live team blog. He just posted a very quick update on Windows Live Movie Maker (Beta). Check his post out: Tell me more about Windows Live Movie Maker beta Quick snippet from his post: So, for the beta release of Windows Live Movie…

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Check out AutoCollage

Hi, I’m JP Wollersheim. I’ve posted here before. My family takes tons of photos. One challenge we have is how to display multiple photos on one “canvas” to tell a story.  There are great products in the market that tell a linear story like Windows Live Movie Maker, Windows Live Photo Gallery screensaver, Windows Media…

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Latest version of Windows Live Photo Gallery fixes publishing issues

We’ve been getting comments from users who’ve had issues uploading to existing albums, being confused about upgrading their albums, or not being able to share their original sized photos. Thanks for your feedback – we’ve fixed these problems! Here are the details: Not able to see some of your online albums when trying to publish…

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Synchronize photos on two computers!

You’ve tagged, edited, and organized your photos on your home computer. Your photo collection is perfect – just how you want it. But wait, there’s a problem. Your collection is perfect on your home computer, but you want your photos and videos on your laptop as well. Who wants to go through all that work…

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I’m a PC and I’m 4 1/2

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to meet an super sparkly 4 ½ year old girl named Kylie.  She was a fantastic little person who showed the world how to send an email of her sick fish, Dorothy, to her family. It is truly amazing to see how anybody – be it 4…

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mobile photo publishing

These days, more and more mobile phones have built-in cameras and access to the internet. Did you know you could publish photos to photos.live.com right from your mobile phone today? A picture is worth a thousand words. When I had an enormous pile of dishes to tackle I could have written a quick message on…

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Changing the way you share your photos

You’ve imported your photos into Windows Live Photo Gallery and worked to make them perfect by: · Straightening them. · Identifying the people in them. · Applying black and white treatments. · Fixing things like lighting and red eye. · Adding some captions, tags, and ratings. Leaving you with a great collection where you can…

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Quickly find your best (or worst) photos

Our family takes a lot of digital photos and videos. I imagine that someday my 2 children (Serena and Lucy) will want to see what sorts of things they did as they grew up, so my wife and I—and even the kids—snap shots of all the fun things we do as a family.  Sounds great,…

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