Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Intro to using tools, part of Editing Images Using Snapseed.
- [Instructor] The tools are the bread and butter of Snapseed. That's how you get in and do fine detailed editing and really make the image go in any direction you can think of. So on the icons on the right, the top one is that double arch, and those are my presets. The one below it, the pen or pencil mark, that's the tools. If I open that, I get a selection of well, it looks like a lot, and there is. There's a lot to dive into. And the beautiful thing is that you can really take it one at a time, and I really love experimenting and saying oh, look at, they added a new tool.
Let's try that. And using those touch controls we talked about, very simple to kinda navigate and figure what things are. Now having said that, I still can't wait to show you some of them. So we'll take a look at that shortly, but first, I wanna talk about how we save the image.
- Using Snapseed presets
- Adjusting brightness
- Adjusting white balance
- Converting photos to black and white
- Working with selections and layers
- Snapseed photo editing tips
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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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