Welcome to Module 4 of our phone photography masterclass: “Editing with Snapseed”. In this module, we’ll delve into the world of photo editing and show you how to use Snapseed, a powerful yet easy-to-use editing tool, to bring out the best in your photos.
Introduction to Snapseed: We’ll start with a brief introduction to the Snapseed app. You’ll learn how to install it on your device and get familiar with the app’s layout and features.
HDR, Selective, and Tune Image: These are some of the most important tools within Snapseed, and we’ll go over each one in detail. We’ll guide you on how to use the High Dynamic Range (HDR) tool to balance your photo’s light and dark areas, the Selective tool to adjust specific areas of your image, and the Tune Image tool to enhance colour and contrast.
Fine-tuning your edits: Editing is an art, and it’s easy to overdo it. We’ll give you tips and tricks to ensure your edits enhance your photos without making them look over-processed.
Saving and Exporting Your Photos: After all that hard work, you’ll want to save your edits and export your photos back to your device. We’ll walk you through these steps and offer some best practices for organising your edited photos.
Examples and Practice: We’ll conclude this module with some examples of photos edited with Snapseed and assignments for you to practice the techniques we’ve discussed.
By the end of this module, you’ll have a solid understanding of how to use Snapseed to edit your photos like a pro. Remember, practice makes perfect, so don’t hesitate to try out these new skills on your own photos.
Next up: Module 5 – Composition Rules and Cropping.