With iCloud Photo Library, you can keep a lifetime’s worth of photos and videos stored on iCloud and up to date on your Mac, iOS devices, Apple TV and even your PC, and Photos helps you keep your growing library organized and accessible. Powerful and intuitive editing tools help you perfect your images… Memories displays the best images from your photo library in beautiful collections.
iCloud Photo Library
A convenient home for all photos and videos, iCloud Photo Library gives users access to their entire Mac photo and video library from all the devices users connect to this feature. Every snapshot shoot on their iPhone, it does not matter if it is slo-mo or a selfie, is automatically added to iCloud Photo Library as well, and this picture will appear on your Mac, your iOS devices, Apple TV, iCloud.com and your PC. And since your collection is organized the same way across your Apple devices, navigating your library always feels familiar.
Indeed, iCloud Photo Library stores every photo and video you take, and keeps them up to date on all your devices. Any edits users make to their creations are automatically updated everywhere. iCloud Photo Sharing makes it easy to share photos and videos with exactly the people you want to see them.
So you can create a shared album and invite friends and family members to add their photos and video clips as often as they want. And you can even take your entire photo collection everywhere without using up all the storage space on your iPhone.
Access Photos From Anywhere
Note that iCloud Photo Library automatically keeps all the pictures io iCloud, so the user can easily access them from this feature on his or her iPhone, Mac, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple TV. The process of downloading pictures to any Apple device or to PC is also fast and easy. When you edit a picture using Photos, your changes are uploaded to iCloud and visible everywhere. To edit a picture, just go to iCloud settings, tap Photos, and enable iCloud Photo Library.
Organized Here, There and Everywhere
iCloud Photo Library keeps the user’s photos and videos organized into Moments, Collections and Years across all the connected devices. They can also be seen on the Web. Working with Library you can mark favorites, create albums or drag photos into a custom order. Today, photos can turn them into unforgettable experiences called Memories, displaying the best images in your collections in stunning slideshows.
Apple: Fill Your Library, Not Your Device
Now you can spend more time shooting pictures and less time managing them. iCloud Photo Library helps you make the most of the space available on your Apple devices by automatically storing the original high-resolution photos and videos on iCloud and leaving behind the lightweight versions that are perfectly sized for each device — taking up only as much space as needed. You get 5GB of iCloud storage free, and other storage plans start at $0.99 per month.
Down to Every Last Pixel
When you save photos and videos to iCloud Photo Library, your memories are always kept exactly as you took them. All your images are held in their original formats at full resolution — JPEG, RAW, PNG, GIF, TIFF and MP4, as well as special formats you capture with your iPhone, like slo-mo, time-lapse, 4K videos and Live Photos. And any edits you make are reversible, so you can always go back to your original shot in iCloud.
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iCloud Photo Library stores every photo and video you take and keeps them up to date on all your devices. Any edits you make are automatically updated everywhere, so you can view a photo from last week or last year no matter where you are. iCloud Photo Library Tutorial. Video published by Simply Mac Apple Premier Partner on Jan 29, 2015.