photos-featured-image.jpg Keeping images locally can seem a little passe when the standard capture device is a mobile phone constantly attached to the Internet. For archive collections that may push beyond your free storage allocation, or for those projects where you don’t want the risk of your pictures flying across networks, there are applications like Shotwell and Gnome Photos. The latter has become the default photo management app in Gnome since the release of Gnome 3.36. In this short guide you’ll learn the process of adding photos, creating albums, making basic edits and sharing images. … Read more13939164.gif

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