Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Using presets in Snapseed, part of Editing Images Using Snapseed.
- [Narrator] When an image is first opened within Snapseed,…you get a series of presets on the right.…And the first preset is current,…so we can always refresh and get back to that beginning.…And as I select the different presets,…portrait, smooth, pop, and so on, I get a different look.…Now, these presets are basically algorithms…that the engineers have determined…to try and get you the look you want…in the easiest way possible.…And sometimes they really work.…And sometimes, especially pop, I go through,…and I think, wow, that's beautiful.…
And it's entirely possible, you could be done at that point.…And so, it's really worth going through…and looking at these different presets.…It's really fascinating to see what they come up with.…Now, to be honest, most of the time…I'm going to want to go in and have more fine-tuned control,…but I really want you to play with these.…Why not?…It's a great way to experiment.…Now, we will find presets in other locations as well.…Let me show you an example.…I'm gonna go ahead and hit the X on the right of the screen,…
- 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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