Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Curves in Snapseed, part of Editing Images Using Snapseed.
- [Instructor] I've pulled up an image…from Zion National Park, and we've got some fall color,…some reeds in the foreground.…This is one of those scout situations…where I took my phone, made an image, processed in Snapseed,…and that inspired me to go get my Sony,…and take it on a tripod, so it's one of those great,…general workflows that I have.…It's a constant with me, it's iPhone, Snapseed,…and then get the camera,…so let's take a look at using curves.…So we've done tune image, details, now we're onto curves.…
Now, curves is something that can be very complex,…something that we see in Lightroom and Photoshop.…The Photoshop curves is something that I use…in a normal workflow, and I've got, guess what, presets.…This is something that we are getting familiar with,…and wow, there's a lot of presets,…so this is something that honestly,…I have more interest in grabbing points on the curve…and doing what I would do in Photoshop,…so keep in mind that this kind of hill…down at the bottom, right, that's my histogram.…
- Using Snapseed presets
- Adjusting brightness
- Adjusting white balance
- Converting photos to black and white
- Working with selections and layers
- Snapseed photo editing tips
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Editing Macro Flower Photographswith Susan Varnum49m 50s Intermediate
Mobile Photography: Image Managementwith Derrick Story1h 38m Appropriate for all
iOS 11: iPhone and iPad Essential Trainingwith Garrick Chow6h 34m Appropriate for all
Google Photos: Tips, Tricks, and Techniqueswith Seán Duggan1h 18m Intermediate
How pros use Snapseed1m 48s
1. Exploring Snapseed
2. Most Commonly Used Tools
3. Advanced Tools
4. Expert Tools
5. Editing Tips by Genre
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