Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Where to find Snapseed and how to download, part of Editing Images Using Snapseed.
- [Narrator] Now, before we can start using Snapseed, we've gotta download it. Now here's the great news, Snapseed is free. It's not gonna cost you a penny. And I'm on an iPad right now, so I'm gonna go into the App Store, by selecting the App Store icon. Then it brings up a search bar, and I'm just gonna type in Snapseed. And click on Snapseed there. And right away, you see it, it's got the green leaf, and it says open. Now, what that means is that I already have it downloaded. If it didn't say open, it would say the word get, and I would click on that, and I'd be able to download it.
And again, it doesn't cost any money, so make sure you go to your App Store, whether you're on iOS or Android, and go ahead and download it. Once we've done that, we can open it, and begin editing.
- 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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1. Exploring Snapseed
2. Most Commonly Used Tools
3. Advanced Tools
4. Expert Tools
5. Editing Tips by Genre
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