In-Depth: How to process a photo in Snapseed 2.0

Before and After photo for today's In-Depth tutorial

Before and After photo for today’s In-Depth tutorial

 

Today’s post is geared to people who are new to photo processing on a tablet/phone and/or are new to Snapseed, or not sure where to begin with the newest version, 2.0. I’ll walk you through, step-by-step, with more screenshots and give you insights on how I see things and how I change them.

I made the changes using 3 Tools and 2 Filters in Snapseed and it took less than 5 minutes. So, before we get started here’s a little more about the photo. It was taken at Wat Lok Molee in 2009 with my (at the time camera) Sony DSC-HX1. Camera settings were:

  • ISO 320
  • f/4
  • 1/160
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