Part VII, "Postprocessing in the Cloud," shows you a number of ways that you can manipulate your images online. Now you will see what is out there for you work with you images as well as some of the changes that are coming because of new, emerging technologies.
Some of the products considered are Pixlr where you will learn step-by-step how to process your images. Adobe Photoshop Express where you will see what options this service has available as well Adobe's Revel Online photo editor.
Part VIII, "Printing in the Cloud," finishes up the book by considering your options for getting your images into hard copy. The two main ways that are looked at are outsourcing your printing to a company that specializes in printing – many times this is connected with a photo sharing site, and choosing a printer so that you can do it yourself.
Photography Applications for Cloud Computing is geared for the new photographer who is trying to make sense of all the new technology. The author takes you through all the steps to make sure that you are successful in your navigation through the use of the cloud.
By gently leading through all of the options that the new or inexperienced photographer will need to be successful in sharing, storing and presenting their images online, Photography Applications For Cloud Computing gives you everything that you will need to know and so for that reason I can easily recommend this book.