Photo Portal works as a remote control, allowing you to manage your Mac’s Photo library from anywhere (inside or outside3 of your home), using Wi‑Fi or cellular on your iPad or iPhone.
Photo Portal extends your photography workflow beyond the desktop, so you can browse, compare, filter, sort, flags, rates, rotate, delete pics and share your images from anywhere.
Photo Portal and its macOS server work together to provide you an efficient way to view and manage your photos remotely. With Photo Portal Server it's like having your personal cloud optimized to access the imagery (JPEG, TIFF, RAW from more than 200 cameras models) of your Mac.
By using Photo Portal, you will not need to wait for your entire photo library to be copied on a Cloud Service, or to pay monthly fees for a Cloud Storage subscription.
Photo Portal and its macOS server saves you a lot a time because you don't need to synchronize your mobile device or a cloud system. When you add new photos to your Mac's hard drive they are instantly available with Photo Portal on your iPad or iPhone. Imagine all the time and money you will save using this application.
Photo Portal Server share folders and images of the hard drive on your Mac to Photo Portal App. Our server is optimizing your imagery (RAW, JPEG, TIFF) on demand, so you can access it remotely. The server is running in the background on your mac and in waiting for requests from the remote photo viewer Photo Portal App. The security and confidentiality of your photo library is achieved by setting up your personal account and optionally adding a guest account on the server.
Photo Portal App for iPad or iPhone is the remote viewer for browsing the folders from your Mac, as if you were in front of your computer. You can access your photo library inside your home or even on the road, using Wi‑Fi or cellular from your mobile device. Photo Portal App is like no other mobile apps of its kind. It is a professional quality app, with an elegant interface and fast photo catalogs management.
Launch the "Photo Portal Server" from your computer and setup your user name and password
Open Photo Portal App on your iPad/iPhone and login with the same user name and password previously used on the "Photo Portal Server". Then tap on the "Folder" icon to begin browsing a collection.
Our remote photo viewer "Photo Portal App" extends your photography beyond the desktop, so you can browse6, compare, filter, sort, flags5, rates, labels, rotate, delete4 pics and share your images from anywhere.
Easily browse through your images within the structure of the hard drive on your Mac.
This function allows users to filter the View content, either by Flags, Stars or Color Labels.
The sort tool allows you to display photos from a folder following a precise order. (Capture Time, File Time, Filename).
Flags designate whether a photo is a pick, a reject, or an unflagged image. The Flag states are saved to XMP.
Evaluate your photos by choosing a star rating between zero to five.
Categorize your photos by choosing a color.
Erase unwanted picures from your computer. The Trash option moves your files to the recycle bin.
Sometimes your digital camera does not set the correct orientation to your photos. With this tool you can rectify the situation and rotate the image to landscape or portrait.
Compare multiple photos side by side. Look up fine details with the pinch gesture, so you can check if your image is perfectly sharp.
While reviewing your collections, you can choose to display the camera info, copyright, headline, descriptions, location and GPS.
This simple Slideshow function allows you to display photos stored on your Mac's hard drive.
Share the photos from your computer via email, text message, or on social networks like Flickr, 500px, Twitter and Facebook.
I was astonished by Photo Portal, a hyper fluid interface and very ergonomic... 18 mpx RAW files, displayed with ease on the iPad mini (version 1)
With Photo Portal, it’s a little bit like carrying your home computer in the cloud and having its contents available to you.
Few among us can brag about having their complete photo library at their fingertips, mainly due to the lack of space on our tablets
Very simple and easy to use by anyone ... In addition, the personal Cloud service does not require monthly payments.