Dan Gookin uses the Photos app to adjust an image, add visual effects, and adjust image attributes. Choose a preset effect, adjust specific effect attributes, and remove effects to restore an image to its original condition.
- [Instructor] The camera app is just for taking pictures,…though in some devices, a camera app…has all sorts of special shooting modes,…but when you really want to add effects,…use the Photos app, after the image is taken.…For example, you can convert an image to monochrome,…add sepia for an old timey look,…or perform any number of fun and odd effects.…Open the Photos app, choose a photo to edit,…something you snapped by using the phone or tablet's camera,…and then tap the edit icon.…
No changes are applied until you tap the save button,…which hasn't shown up yet…because I haven't changed anything.…Otherwise, you can tap the X or cancel button…to abandon your changes.…This sliding roll of thumbnails list various presets.…Choose one to adjust the image accordingly,…though the effect may be subtle.…Here is Metro, tap the thumbnail again…to adjust the effect's intensity.…The center control is the all settings icon.…
Tap it individually to set the light,…color intensity, and pop which is a form of sharpness.…Tap a chevron to control specific aspects,…
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