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EDIT: I fucked a link, thanks /u/Gumland44
There is a mobile google photo editing version as well!
From the URL it looks like it was make by Nik as well!
*Edit: many as well
The post was done in an app called Snapseed, by Google.
(For iOS and in the GooglePlay store.) It's free.
My favorite app for anything I'm editing on mobile.
I have an iPhone, but Snapseed is made by google and it is very powerful in my opinion for a mobile app.
EDIT it is on android and iOS, the link goes to the google play store.
Hey man isn't that logo awfully similar to Google Snapseed?
Snapseed is the photo editor that I've been using for years and with every update this app seems to get better, more feature-rich and mature. For my use I have literally no complaints. It might lack bells and whistles that pixlr has (and that I see as useless most of the time), but the things it does it does pretty damn well.
Looks great my dude. I highly recommend learning some of the basic photo editing techniques for smartphones. Most phones have software included to adjust the warmth of a photo, but Snapseed is an app that I've found works great for food photography.
Stock camera app, no question.
For editing, try Snapseed (my favorite, a little more manual) or VSCO (a bit more automated)
I'd recommend Snapseed for quick edits and PicsArt for collages and stuff like that.
If you don't mind editing on a phone, Snapseed is a pretty good image editor from Google.
If you're looking for a (free) image "enhancer"
Google also has a couple of little tutorials, [link]
And that's why you use Snapseed by Google. If they could just integrate a way for them to work together that'd be nice.
Yes it's 2 apps....
The first one is "Gcam" that's short for Google Camera. Basically a couple of developers managed to port the camera app from the Google Pixel phone, to a bunch of other phones with similar processers. Because of it's software (HDR+) it can make your shots look incredible. Which is why many people here have been using it alongside, or even instead of the stock camera app. This cannot be found on the Google Play Store, you can grab it from XDA (I'll link it if you're interested).
The second app is "Snapseed" which is a Google app that can be found on the Google Play Store, and it's (in my opinion) the best photo editor available for Android. (I'll link this as well)
Link to Gcam:
Link to Snapseed:
Enjoy! Let me know if you have any further questions
I use this
Pretty much full image editor by Google with no bullshit.
This sub is so petty with down votes and showing a free image editor by Google.
there's a lot of tutorials online
on mobile you can try with Snapseed (android) (iOS)
I use Snapseed by Google on Android. It's an amazing app that I use for all my mobile photo editing. The filter is called HDR Scape. Link
My adrenaline was pumping because this was my first bigger bass fishing from shore by myself. I wasn't thinking at all to step back from the shore haha. I'm going to be extremely careful from now on.
In this case is pretty easy because the water doesn't have much details, you can use either photoshop or Snapseed healing tool, basically it will take the texture from outside your selection and place inside it, you can remove acne from someone face with this for example
Google Photos doesn't have those sort of editing options.
Snapseed is Google's official professional level photo editor if you wanted to use it.
Id recommend the stock app, having used many devices this is the cleanest and easiest to use, if your looking to touch-up your shots maybe look into using Snapseed
Just to make you aware there are quite a few apps at the moment which are doing this, this r/android post has a decent list [link]
Also if you want a decent photo editor I recommend snapseed It's really good and is a Google app.
Snapseed is a fairly powerful photo editing application
Thank you. Smartphone picture, Snapseed App & Prisma App.
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A must edit should be making the horizon perfectly horizontal.
An edit of choice would be either to boost the saturation a little if you like more color and/or add more sharpening/detail to the picture.
Snapseed is your best friend in this regard, just don't overedit and you're good to go.
So a couple of years ago, Google bought a photo editing company that contained several popular plugin's called the Nik Collection, and they released them for free. But I think the real reason why they did that was so they could build an application called Snapseed. It's free on Google play and iOS. If you need something quick and good, but without the compression of Instagram. I HIGHLY recommend it.
It kind of depends on the phone you have as far as the camera. I personally recommend Snapseed for editing though. I've tried a few others and this is by far the best IMO.
Obviously not OP but maybe OP saturates the pictures a bit with Photoshop.
You can kinda achieve that analog effect with Snapseed, you can even make tilt shifted photos (r/tiltshift if you don't have idea what I'm talking about). Found it recently and it's really good! And also free.
You might want this:
It's pretty amazing for photo editing away from a full blown desktop program. The healing brush and simple rotate alone are stupidly useful.
I use the Google Snapseed app to edit mobile photos -- in this pic, I upped 'Ambience', added 'HDR' and 'Drama' filters and de-saturated it some.
I use Google's Snapseed for photo editing. For scribbling on photos or screenshots I have Google Keep.
Haha, my man, that's quite something.
I have a Pixel 2 XL myself so with those tips I should be able to post some pretty dope pictures myself.
I prefer the Snapseed app for post-processing myself though.
No. Tilt-shift photography requires the use of special articulated lenses like this. The best you can do would be to fake it in an app like Snapseed, but the quality of the results is highly dependant on the subject.
Yes, I use Snapseed for editing. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.niksoftware.snapseed&hl=en_US. But, many have been mostly unedited minus a few minor adjustments like exposure and saturation.
The Atom doesn't really have that good of a camera front or back, but it does have a pretty nice/fast camera app going for it at least! After a few days with my lovely new Atom, here are my best photos.
Also, some tips:
Edit: changed ZSL -> ZSD
Not with any native app i know.
I do use google's Snapseed. A good photo editor where you can export reducing the picture size in a matter of 3 clicks.
Just taken from their google play app page
>RAW Develop – open and tweak RAW DNG files; save non-destructively or export as JPG (8 controls)
Looking through the .klwp file, it looks like they pulling them through the Snapseed App. You may want to download that and see if you could find the images. Sorry I couldn't pull them for you.
I always use Snapseed on photos that I take with my phone, and I can make most of them look great! You should try it if you enjoy photography.
Snapseed! (Play, iTunes) Google's photo editing app. I believe I started with one of the 'Noir' filters but still heavily tweaked it around to my liking. Wearing a white shirt and standing against a white door certainly helped the effect.
Snapseed can handle RAW, but maybe there are more and better apps for raw-edit, i dont know. Quickpic (old version only!!! because the "new" Quickpic is a load of shit) is a cool and simple raw viewer.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with Snapseed used to help edit in post.
I am veeeeeeerryyyy new to photography, I don't really know anything just yet! Oregon is going to provide me with tons of things to make memories out of!!!
VSCO is great, and for mobile I also highly recommend Snapseed, which is a google-made app I didnt even knew existed until a fellow photographer recommended it to me. Amazingly feature-rich editing app that even has the ability to do Raw conversion, brush-painted exposure/saturation/temp and even healing.
Its free, and works on iPhone as well.
You could try Snapseed, it is a photo editing app with a bunch of filters (that you don't have to use), but you can crop 1:1 and add borders to the photo and adjust the thickness of the border. It might help for some of the things that you mentioned above.
I would advise using Googles Snapseed or VSCO for editing your photos. Much better!
I use stock rom and camera app set to 13mp (I prefer the 4:3 size and I can crop to any other aspect later). I'm certainly no photographer so I can only tell you what I do to get half decent pictures (to me at least).
A quick album of snaps.
I don't know, but I use Snapseed to edit photos (including cropping to square), or InstaSize to post non-square photos to Instagram (assuming that's the purpose)
Wait, I thought Snapseed was owned by Google.
Edit: I checked and it is owned by Google.
Also, Adobe is an American company so all Photoshop apps (Express, LR etc.) are not Chinese. I see that PS is to be replaced but Premiere is fine...? What?
I found a CamScanner alternative: vFlat. It's pretty good than Adobe Scan IMO.
You can edit a photo within Google Photos using Snapseed
I don't mean to be rude, but i personally see no value in adding closed-source code like this (photo editor) to libre or open-source software no matter how good it looks. Like, if we want, we can download many editors from google play already, like Google's Snapseed for example, which i'm using. I believe this move could have been done because the Google play version of the app is paid, so now it will have extra value over the (now) less-featured free F-Droid pro version. I hope this doesn't go to the closed source path over the time. Cheers and still thanks for developing OSS!
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I don't mean to be rude, but i personally see no value in adding closed-source code like this (photo editor) to libre or open-source software no matter how good it looks. Like, if we want, we can download many editors from google play already, like Google's Snapseed for example, which i'm using. I believe this move could have been done because the Google play version of the app is paid, so now it will have extra value over the (now) less-featured free F-Droid pro version. I hope this doesn't go to the closed source path over the time. Cheers and thanks for developing OSS!
Of course! I'd love to help!
A lot of themes I see get popular have icons that match closer to the wallpaper, you could either change icons or edit the levels in something like Snapseed
Maybe smaller icons, but it always depends on if you have fat fingers or a tiny phone.
For a minimal theme in general I feel you could include other widgets or info as long as the wallpaper is mainly visible, 2-3 colors used to accent.
Or you could also install Snapseed on your phone.
Go to tools -> expand -> smart expand
This will expand the "air space" automatically.
Did one for you .. example
Snapseed have what you want, if they didnt change it in updates. There are a few months last time I used it
Edit: after checking it seems more like 2y than months
Thank you kindly :) My shot is from approximately here
What software do you use to edit your photos? If you use your phone I would suggest Snapseed. There is a feature in there called brush, and within that an option for dodge/burn. Set it to approximately +5 and use your finger to "paint" the brightness into the photo where you want.
If you use Lightroom or photoshop there is a brush option for this as well and works similarly. Most other editing programs will have an equivalent though it may be named differently.
Saturation won't increase the brightness, it will just take all the colours and make them richer. I would suggest either using a shadows, or exposure slider to increase the overall brightness. Shadow recovery will bring the brightness back into the dark spots of the photo primarily, exposure will uniformly brighten the photo. For your needs, I would still suggest using a dodge/burn approach as really only the bush is too dark, the rest of the photo is exposed properly imo.
Thanks! I'm using Snapseed for the main adjusts and Pixlr when I need to use double exposure, because Snapseed's double exposure is bad.
SnapSeed isn't bad as long as you are taking into the consideration the inherent limitations of mobile.
The are plenty of other options depending on what you're trying to do, e.g. make memes vs photo editing.
Its a headache.
much easier slightly using editor tools or snapseed to process some shots. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.niksoftware.snapseed&hl=en_US
Here are two apps I have on my Note 8 that I highly recommend for photography:
1 - SnapSeed from Google - loads of really nice adjustments. Interface is a bit weird, but worth learning, and pretty easy to get really professional looking results.
2 - Deep Art Effects - This uses AI to do "artistic style transfer" on your images. Lots of templates to pick from. A fun way to make your photos look like art. (I have the Pro version, I think the free version only renders to low resolution.)
I don't know if the above are the "best in class", and maybe there is better, but those are my two favorite photography apps.
I use Snapseed. I'm a complete amateur, so I find it very useful for small touch ups. It's also completely free.
Not sure if it's on iOS.
Gcam is Google camera port that works on some androids like the V20, don't know much about it but search on xda. Snapseed is a Google editing software [link]
I use stock camera (Moto Camera) and Snapseed
It’s Google’s photo editing app, possibly the best one out there for Android. You can do some pretty advanced stuff.
Play store link
Snapseed for all around photo editing + a little bit of text, however Spark Post is all about putting pictures together and adding text.
Get snapseed for your phone and play around with the contrast and exposure filters, this is a bit washed out and over exposed. but I like the idea.
I use Snapseed to edit my photos, it's really useful especially if you don't have a computer. Plus it's made by Google so it's useful AND free!
I think the app is broken (for some devices) since the last update. There are a lot of people commenting about not being able to save pictures in the Play store: [link]
Can't say about the warranty question, I'm not sure. Better contact Google and get some answers.
But as far as apps are concerned, you need to try Snapseed, photo editing app by Google:
I recommend Snapseed. Lightroom CC's paid version is a little better, though. I also use apps like VSCO and Polarr, but only for quick editing and some specific things (like overlaying text).
OP, I've started using Snapseed.
I have an iPhone 6s and a Moto G5 plus. I used to love Over and would do most of my text over image editing on Over. But I've since started using Snapseed much more. So much so that I will send an image over to my Moto for editing and send it back over to my iPhone to share.
I mostly do this for birthday/anniversary wishes for family and friends.
It's called Snapseed. Google bought it up a while ago and incorporated it into their Google photos photo editor (which was fucking phenomenal), but then they seemed to think it was too complicated for people, just pulled the basic features from it and left the app to basically languish (not that it really needs any updates).
Seriously, I cannot sing its praises enough, Snapseed is fucking powerful, free, and so intuitive once you get the basic menu navigation down. The only thing it can't seem to do is dealing with cutouts and layers like Photoshop, but basically anything else you could possibly want is there.
Ever use Snapseed? It's so amazing. Can really fine tune everything. Can't help with picking the best angles and shots, but practice will totally do that.
Play store link: Snapseed
It's most people's go to phone photo editor, it's really good.
You should post these to r/mobilephotography
You've picked a great phone in that case. I'm a photographer and really find the camera and controls quite good.
I'd recommend the app Snapseed for editing. Has RAW editing capabilities along with all the standard sliders found in Lightroom. Google now owns Snapseed but it was originally developed by another company
Camera flashes tend to skew blue and/or green, so all you need to look for is an editing option like "white balance" or "color temperature" and move it warmer. On the phone itself, I'd recommend Snapseed because it's quick and surprisingly powerful.
Google Photos and the stock Samsung(?) gallery should also have basic editing like that under "color -> warmth," "color -> tint," or similar.
The gold standard really is Photoshop for editing on desktop. If you're editing on mobile, SnapSeed is pretty good for Android. Not sure what the best for iOS is.
I used a couple apps on my phone.
Seems like a white balance issue to me. You can see the white's of the tablecloth to be more white in the iPhone 6's pic.
Not sure if it's an option, but you can play around with the white balance inside the camera or correct it with an app like Snapseed.
Snapseed has Transform->Vertical Perspective which allows you to adjust the top of an image seeming to go into the screen or out ofnthe screen.
Is that what you're looking for?
It just takes amazing pictures. There's a subreddit dedicated to Nexus photography, check it out here and you'll see what I mean. It's easy to use and takes amazing pictures even in low light. Check some independent tests out too and compare with other developers flagships.
The camera and vanilla android were the biggest factors for me when I decided to buy this phone.
EDIT: I also use snapseed when wanting to edit photos on the go, really powerful and easy to use.
it's edited in a sense yeah a few sliders you get to play with in raw images.
photoshop rawstudio example.
there's also the snapseed app which you can do it on your phone with.
Just grab Snapseed, and you can correct it yourself next time:
> lighting so dark :( but i actually really liked this picture.
Snapseed (android, iOS) is really good for fixing that sort of thing.
"Auto Adjust" under "Tune Image" actually does a pretty good job most of the time. (And if it doesn't, you can always tweak things manually.)
Like /r/screwyloui suggested Snapseed is really nice for quick/clean edits.
If I need to edit a photo for reddit (blocking out names, putting boxes around things) I use PicsArt Photo Studio it's kinda like a dumb down version of Photoshop
Snapseed. It doesn't have any text overlay or photo collage type features, but as far as just editing photos it's the way to go.
Sorry I can't really help as I use the Google photos app for my gallery. The editing software on it is crap now, since the last major update, so my advice would be to download snapseed from the playstore
Typical Google stuff going on; take away some, give some in return. I suspect we'll see a return of the better editing options in coming releases of the app, but for now, Snapseed is a wonderful editing app that can do all sorts of cool stuff, and it's made by Google.
If you install Snapseed, an option for editing photos will appear in the new photos app. (I am not sure if it have the same/all the options but it was enough for me).
The google photos app pops up as an option for me to edit a picture only if i go directly from gallery. Otherwise there's no option. a bit odd that nothing pops up for you, did you delete the original gapps? but if you want a far more robust editing application, check out google's snapseed
Snapseed Android link is wrong, here's the right one
Darktable or RawTherapee
Edit: Snapseed or Lightroom for Android are also good options since you are using a phone.
Snapseed. Totally free.
Snapseed is an excellent contender.
Snapseed - Photo editing, also handles RAW
VSCO - Photo editing + filters
Hypocam - Camera + Editors only for Black & White photography
Piktures - Gallery app with a feature to keep some photos hidden
Camera FV-5 - an advanced camera app with manual controls
Manual Camera - another advanced camera app with manual controls
Instagram - In spite of the new snapchatish features, still one of the best places to follow the work of professional photographers
> For Film Photography
EXIF Notes - lets you keep track of your film rolls
Beecam Light Meter - A light meter which utilises the phone's camera
Exposure Calculator - helps calculate exposure
Photoscan - to scan prints
> For Landscape Photography
DOF Calc - to calculate the Depth of Field
PlanIt! for Photographers - a planning tool for landscape shoots
The Photographer's Ephemeris - another planning tool, particularly helpful for astrophotography
Golden Hour - a basic tool to calculate sunrise and sunset phases
ND Filter Calculator - helps calculate correct exposure settings
Stellarium - a full featured planetarium which can be used to map the night sky
Timelapse CALC - helps calculate shot times for timelapses
Light Pollution Map - Dark Sky - a dark site finder for astrophotography
Microsoft Hyperlapse - creates smooth hyperlapses from videos
Cinema FV-5 - an advanced video recording app with manual controls
Snapseed is excellent
A beautiful photo editing app by Google
I've been using Snapseed & love it! [link]
Get familiar with the Phone Manager (I have it set to open if I draw a "M" on the screen with my knuckle). From here you can control what permissions apps can use, what apps can run in the background, what apps can use wifi/data connections, and what apps are eating up your battery. Great way to maximize your battery life. Switch your phone into Ultra Battery Mode when not using to massively reduce battery drain.
On the locked screen, swipe up from the bottom to bring up quick access to Voice Recorder/Calculator/Flashlight/Alarm Clock/QR Scanner without needing to unlock the phone.
Set your quick access buttons on the Fingerprint Scanner. I use 1 press to launch camera and 2 presses to turn on flashlight.
Draw a line straight across the screen (using your knuckle) to easily switch into multitasking mode (having two apps on the screen at once).
Update the Swiftkey and Google keyboards that come with the phone. I had to do this by finding the apps in the play store and hitting update. They didn't show up in the Play Store's installed app list. Also, update the Play Store while you are at it (Google Play Services).
On the Overview screen (the square button on the navigation bar), press the Lock icon to prevent Huawei from ever closing the app to free up memory. Swipe your finger over the Navigation Bar either left or right to shrink the screen for easier one handed use.
Lastly, the camera is the real fun with the Honor 8. There are a lot of fun shooting modes. I personally like the different light painting modes, night shot, and pro-photo. If you like taking really nice pictures, get used to using the pro-phot mode, as you have much greater control over your shots. I also recommend a small tripod, as this camera can take some amazingly good long exposure shots, including even capturing the stars.
Here some samples of shots I've done in different environments:
For apps, I recommend Snapseed. The Honor 8 has some decent built-in editing software right in the gallery which can let you quickly touch up a picture's details, but Snapseed is even better.
Oltre a quelle gia' citate:
Snapseed per modificare le foto (accetta anche i raw)
bitwarden come gestore password multipiattaforma, esiste esiste una versione nativa per Windows e sono disponibili estensioni per diversi browser
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It's available on the Play Store here: [link]
I use snapseed the most on my phone.
I also use LightMeter Free for when I am out shooting MF film.
For sunrise/sunset times I use Exsate Golden Hour
The moment I noticed it I installed Snapseed. And I was suprised how it was improved since Google aquisition.
What kind of Raw format are you working with? DNG?
Do you have a recently made android phone? Because snapseed has the ability to edit raw files...
When you say you don't have a computer do you mean that its not powerful enough for it? Or you just dont have it? Because there are alternatives that are free! Darktable (For windows) is a really good alternative that has some features lightroom doesn't. Plus its free!
Side note: Are you on a chrome book?
Snapseed - Link.
I love this photo editor. It's beautiful and and fun to use.
For anyone looking for a free alternative to LR, try Snapseed.
Have you tried SnapSeed? It does everything I need.
First of all, using an "antivirus"-program on Android isn't necessary, but if you care about safety: only download apps from the Play Store. Facebook: if you can live without notifications, I would suggest just bookmarking facebook.com and not installing any of those apps.
RAM Cleaner: Not necessary, Android can manage its RAM pretty good! OnePlus actually discourages users to use RAM managers. As far as camera apps go, Camera FV-5 does the best job. For editing photos, Snapseed is a great choice. If you don't like the stock ROM, you can always go to the OnePlus Forums or XDA.
You'll have a wonderful time with your OnePlus X!
For photo editing I use Snapseed for Android... it's pretty good, especially if you have a touchscreen.
I use Snapseed
Apart from the excellent suggestions by Qipeki there also is Google's Snapseed.
[EDIT: Snapseed isn't freehand - only has a limited text tool]
Here's my current favorite way ...
In Google Keep ...
create an image note ... by uploading your screenshot
tap on uploaded image in the note.
then click on drawing tool icon now displayed on top
[Add a drawing to a note or image]
You can continue editing the drawing on the screenshot at any time - even on a different device thanks to Keep syncing
(with most other apps once saved, one needs to open the edited image again for further editing.)
There are the obvious ones, like Spotify and Waze. Here are some perhaps not so obvious though. Maybe. Ever since getting a Pixel 3 I've found myself using less and less third party apps. This list used to be much longer.
Snapseed. Simple but competent photo editing for free.
Files by Google. Google's file explorer and junk remover.
Yitax. Best icon pack around.
Appdialer. If you have a lot of apps, and your phone doesn't have quick access search, this is your friend. Comes with a widget.
Timely. Prettiest alarm clock around.
There's a Google app called snapseed that let you do a lot of things to a picture
I don't use all of them all the time, but I have these installed on my phone at all times.
I can't say for the editor built-in to the S6, but I can highly recommend Snapseed or Adobe Lightroom as alternatives. I prefer Snapseed, but some find Lightroom to be more powerful. If you want to edit photos on your computer, I can find nothing but good things to say about Adobe Lightroom for PC and Mac. This program is a lot more powerful than either of the Android apps listed above, but please note that the rules of this subreddit prohibit posting of any photo edited on a computer, and all photos posted to /r/mobilephotography have to either be edited on the phone or not at all.
I hope you enjoy your new phone. Take some good pictures with it.
Check out Snapseed by Google. I enjoy using it for quick edits, and I've seen some other people on here suggest it as well!
Snapseed or VSCO Cam.
Evernote isn't really niche anymore but I use the absolute shit out of it.
I also use Notepad++ pretty constantly (all those lovely, lovely plugins!)
I also use the hell out of Snapseed cuz I'm not clever enough to try and figure out photoshop and Snapseed is stupid easy to use
Servers ultimate pro turns your phone into a server. Super duper handy and pretty friggin sweet.
Tasker is an automation tool for Android.
Pushbullet is handy as fuck for texting and such from your pc. Also transferring files
Waterproofness is awesome. Used my phone IN the pool as well as jacuzzi, great to show off and useful if you're a phone addict. You can test if your Z3 has all the flaps intact and is good to take for a dive without water by doing this: [link]
I'm running the 123 Google Keyboard ever since the Note 3, it is the stock Google Keyboard nodded to have the numbers row on top. Can be found here: [link]
Snapseed is great for photo editing ([link])
Xposed if you do decide to root (I rooted via kingroot, make sure you use the newest version of it though, the ones in the tutorials didn't want to work for me. Then install TWRP and flash SU) if you want a list of tweaks I'm running I can post screenshots. ([link])
Showbox for free movies/shows (+LocalCast to stream on my TV via Chromecast) ([link])
Aptoide for getting apps that are blocked in your country or getting ones that are not on the Play Store like (will be installed using the link above)
AdAway v3.0, removes ads SYSTEM WIDE. ([link])
Hope this helps (:
(Edit: added some stuff)
Maybe they want us to use Snapseed for that instead? I never used the old editing tools so I can't comment on that.
It's a mobile editing app. Pretty good.
Use the Snapseed app:
You will thank me later
Snapseed. It's a Google-backed photo editing app. How I had never heard of it, I'll never know, but it's phenomenal.
A quick, dirty, and easy way is to use Snapseed. It's a free app that has a ton of editing capabilities and it can develop RAW files.
When you open the RAW file it'll look like a standard negative. Go to Tools > Curves make sure that it's set to click on bottom left option and select Neutral, then invert them like so:
Note* I did it in reverse, because I don't have any negatives on my phone. Also, since it's inverted, you'll have to move the brightness, shadows, etc. sliders in the opposite directions. You'll figure it out ��
Then you should be able to to mess with the highlights, shadows, brightness, etc. To get them in the ballpark of how you like.
Hope this helps.
a google app for photoediting.
you can also try Google Snapseed https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.niksoftware.snapseed
or Adobe Photoshop Express https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adobe.psmobile (or some other ones)
it is not as immediate as GCam but you'll get better results since the Samsung Camera is doing a pretty good job (just not doing a heavy level change/noise reduction)
Strange, I dowloaded 2 gifs
and I was able to add text to both of them.
The altered images were saved to the app's own folder "ScreenMaster".
It saves either in jpg or png format.
If you need it in gif format I guess you could convert it using Zamzar
Also I was able to manipulate the gifs using Google's Snapseed - however it also only supports jpg and png needing you to convert it back to gif.
I use Snapseed and OLEDBuddy
Try Snapped, you won't be disappointed.
photo editing app from Google
My dude if you want to edit photos on that phone use Snapseed. Love it has a lot of options! [link]
If you mean add blur to an image you can. I just tried it with Snapseed. It seems to do the job just not as great.
I've heard a lot about Snapseed, but I haven't tried it.
Snapseed is a bester! RAW support on latest version!
You can use Snapseed, it's completely free.
Snapseed! One of the most powerful but intuitive photo editing apps out there.
Tagging u/Moylough too.
Adobe has a mobile version of Lightroom. It's supposed to support raw formats, but I'm not sure how you get a .cr2, .arw, .nef, .dng, whatever onto iOS. I'll let you sort that part out.
Last time I did something similar I used a USB-C card reader attached to my Blackberry to push photos to a Dropbox folder on the go. I used .jpgs and Snapseed (App Store and Play Store) in the middle and left the raw files for later archival.
The time before that I used WiFi transfer from an A7S2 and did everything in Google Photos. Those were snapshots of friends at a theme park so I wanted the simplest/fastest method.
Stormtrooper Wallpaper Original
Snapseed: Made some touch ups to Wallpaper with this app to make certain areas darker.
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Snapseed is an image editor by Google with lots of powerful functionalities.
This is what you want.
No problem! If you're going for long exposures, definitely try propping up the phone on something if possible. This is the easiest way to combat shaky photos without spending money. Also apparently the M9 has a self-timer, so that would be a useful feature too. I like to set mine for a couple seconds just to alleviate any shake from me triggering the shot.
As for software, I use Snapseed and VSCO on mobile and then I have an Adobe Creative Cloud photo membership for Lightroom and Photoshop ($9.99/month).
Just a warning, VSCO is going through a weird simplicity phase where they keep changing all their icons into squares and triangles that don't actually give you information on what the button does. Also if you use Snapseed, try using the Ambiance feature. It's my go-to for livening up an otherwise flat photo.
Maybe Snapseed? It's known by some but is basically a photo editing app on steroids. iOS Android
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First ones I could think of.
Like 10? or so a day, mostly of the kid or cats though. I go out daily for groceries or whatever, good opportunity to take random pictures of things downtown. There's always something. We post a lot on Instagram, I'd say 2/3rds are mine, rest being taken by the Mrs.
I have a few slr cameras but really only take them out for some events or camping. Phone is a Nexus5x, has a great camera. Use snapseed to edit.
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Sure it does. I use Snapseed, VSCO, and Photo Director. The Google Play pages explain pretty well what they're all about.
Snapseed for Android, by a huge margin
Snapseed by Google: [link]
I have Snapseed and it's pretty nice, and I hear Aviary is good as well. Both are free, and Snapseed is from Google. If you want to try some others, check out the suggestions from this discussion from /r/androidapps.
Also, if you have a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud, you can check out their Android apps. I've never used them, though.
Google's photo editing software.
No need to mod
Don't have that phone, but browsing through /r/galaxys10, I see lots of great photos.
Various photography threads:
Try to shoot in RAW if you're not already doing so, then import the RAW file into an app like Snapseed for editing.
Here it is. Done using Snapseed on Android
Us this Snapseed
Snapseed and Lightroom are the best imo
Have you tried snapseed?
I used Snapseed app
Try snapseed for easy but impressive post photo editing
I find Snapseed to be easy to use and integrate with Android well.
Ahaha that was just me with Snapseed
I too use Picasa but I can only do so on my Windows desktop.
On my Chromebook I use Snapseed by Google.
I'm loving SnapSeed:
Everyone has different needs and expectations - simple cropping and adjustments, all the way to full Photoshop capabilities. You really need to do some research --
and many more
Try snapseed https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.niksoftware.snapseed&hl=en_US
I have Google's Snapseed [has a very simple text tool] and Screen Master as well as Xodo PDF Reader & Editor installed.
After taking a photo I can click edit/advanced edit or share in my camera app to access them to add a text annotation and then share to Google Drive, Gmail etc.
I've also heard Pixlr and Annotate mentioned positively.
Perhaps one of these will work for you.
lightroom [link] other was snapseed.
Snapseed of Google
You could try Snapseed. Snapseed
Why not Snapseed for photo editing?
You might try out Snapseed for starters :) i use it on my Mate 10 Pro.
Photo editor available in Play Store
Snapseed, hands down, no need to change.
Snapseed is pretty good
As for me, it was more like [link] on your photo ;)
But thanks for the original source!
I love Snapseed and Adobe Lightroom. Snapseed is great for quick edits, and lightroom is awesome for color correction. There is a way you can add LUTs to the photos through Lightroom.
Apply LUTs to photos on mobile:
I mainly use only two:
Photo Editor Pro inside the stock Gallery.
No problem. I'm no Photoshop expert or anything, I just used Google's app called Snapseed, it's fairly easy to use.
It's good, the background should just be a little darker with less contrast.
Snapseed - Android Apps on Google Play
One of my Favorite is Snapseed (Google's app)
I used the Google Camera app to take the wide angle panorama.
I'm sure there must be other camera apps that can do this. Basically the app asks you to take 9 images at particular angles and then it stitches them together. It looks like this - http://i.imgur.com/tTusEtn.png
SnapSeed is my preferred app to edit images on the phone. For this particular image I added some structure/clarity, added some color boost and recovered some shadows.
Think he/she is trying to get it so it shows up like THIS
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
I am unsure if you really need the Photo Transfer app, your device backs the images up to Google Photos, and you can download them to any device you log into.
For image editing, you should look at SnapSeed
I am a huge fan of Sync for Reddit
Your assistant can create a shopping list inside of Google Keep
Solid Explorer is a great file browser for your device.
Snapseed can process raw photos. I use the file picker (Solid Explorer) to find the .dng file. I've also enjoyed using an app called Polarr.
Edit: added links
Snapseed is the best app for editing photos on Android.
try out Great Fast app to edit light and colors of the photos , but it dosen't have the cut and paste option.
Awesome pics, If you really want some more powerful photo editing software check out Snapseed
Google Snapseed is always my go to photo editor.
Tree of Icons
I simply arranged the icons in such a way that looks like a tree, even with a stump, with "grass", and a star. The apps I use most are closer to the bottom, meaning the tree setup is not made redundant, as everything I need is in reach.
Wow! Nice. My adds: Snapseed lifetile forestapp nasa app
Snapseed has a transform function. It only increases by a small increment, but those increment can be layered
only image editing app I use is Snapseed, I don't know if that qualifies, ha :(
I use Snapseed. It has an option to create a double exposure by overlaying one photo over another. Developed by Google and free on the play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.niksoftware.snapseed
Sighs, Ok fine.