Creating quick effects with Snapseed


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Creating quick effects with Snapseed

Nik Softwares stand alone application, Snapseed, which is a desktop version of the app for the iPhone and iPad, can be a lot of fun to play with. If you're using Aperture, you can set up Snapseed as your external editor. So, to access it, you only have to choose Edit with Snapseed. If you're not using Aperture, simply open the application, and from within the application's Open dialog, open the file that you want to work with. Snapseed let's you do all kinds of things, including Basic Image Tuning, where you can adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, and so on.

But for this example, what we want to play with are some of the creative adjustments. There's lots of different things in here that you can go through. But some of my favorites are Grunge, and Vintage, and Frames. Let's start with Vintage. Vintage allows you to very easily add this kind of faded, old world look to your images. As you can see up here at the top left, I'm clicking thr...

Creating quick effects with Snapseed
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Creating quick effects with Snapseed provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke as part of the Nik Creative Effects Workshop

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