Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Tonal contrast tool, part of Editing Images Using Snapseed.
- [Instructor] For this next tool,…we're gonna use an image of Bruges, Belgium.…This was taken with my iPhone.…Just beautiful canals running through this old city.…And tonal contrast,…might sound familiar to you if you've seen…any of my courses where I get to edit images,…because it's something we find in Nik's Color Efex Pro 4,…and something I love to do.…And because Snapseed was designed by Nik,…we can find it here as well.…So let's go ahead and open up tools.…And we'll find tonal contrast.…It's four rows down and then over one.…
And so I'm gonna go ahead and select it.…Now, hopefully, we're getting this nice rhythm…where I can slide my finger up and down…and see all the options that I have, okay?…So tonal contrast is that real punch that you get,…the clarity.…And I can focus on just the high tones to start.…So I'm gonna slide to the right,…and you can see it's really hitting the clouds,…but too much.…So let's back off.…And we're not gonna add too much.…Just something soft.…And then we're gonna come up to mid tones,…
- 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 Intermediate
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1. Exploring Snapseed
2. Most Commonly Used Tools
3. Advanced Tools
4. Expert Tools
5. Editing Tips by Genre
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