App Review - Snapseed

Published by WPC Official Blog on Feb'21,2019

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App Review - Snapseed

WPC Official Blog
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Google’s Snapseed was launched in June 2011 as an iPad app and was awarded the Best Apple App for the same year. After considering the response it was getting, the makers Nik Software – a subsidiary of Google for iOS and Android, decided to launch the app for iPhone in August 2011 and later for Windows in February 2012.

Subsequent for the Google take-over, Snapseed was launched for Android in December 2012 and discontinued for the desktop.

 

Snapseed can still be operated on MacBooks and other iOS and Android based systems.

Snapseed has 368.9k+ download hits and is considered a favorite amongst Photography students and amateurs who want to edit their pictures in more detail then just change limited filters on Instagram.

When we collected reviews and asked people about Snapseed, this is what they had to say…

       “Snapseed is an amazing app. It gives me ample choices for every kind of tool and filters a person might need. Being a photography enthusiast and student myself, I can say that it helped me a lot in understanding the technicalities and mechanics of photography when I was starting out and also helped me focus on details.”

                           - Surya Pratap Singh (Student for Media & Photography)

 

  “Snapseed has helped me a lot all through. Be it my trips to hill stations for documentary shoots or just the lazy walk home shoots, Snapseed has been helpful because I could carry it around in my pocket on my phone. It does not need a big machinery like a desktop or laptop to manage. It is, in my opinion, the best for instant click and upload purposes.”

         - Nitesh Bisht (Student for Media & Photo Enthusiast)

But when we asked these people about Google Snapseed vs. Adobe Lightroom, they said…

       “Well, Snapseed is good for instant photography and it is, in fact, hands-on, but I would go for Adobe Lightroom because it is a professional software. Lightroom has more professional features and it is designed for the sole purpose of making a picture perfect. There is no comparison.”

                               - Surya Pratap Singh (Student for Media & Photography)

Snapseed & its Specifications

You can operate the app in both Portrait and Landscape format.

 Portrait

          Landscape

You can get your Editing Tools by tapping on the white circle on the bottom-right side of the screen.

And the Filters, by scrolling down the same screen…

The Original Picture – Before & After

             BEFORE                                                 

AFTER

The Tools and Filters used in the picture are:-

You can get the Edit details by clicking on the arrow sign next to save and choose “View Edits” also you can undo and redo the edits…

You can add different Frames and Text designs to make the picture look better…

(You are also given additional options to make the frame and text better)

You can Blur picture and also change its Perspective by using the Edit Tools…

Blur Effect:

Perspective Change:

 

Last, but not the least… You can save your edited photo directly to your phone gallery or share it on social media and even save it directly in your Google Drive…

Log on to www.worldphotographersclub.com to learn more about photos and photography.

You can also enroll for classes with top-of-the-industry photographers on the website and signup for competitions to win prizes and awards.

If your click wins, you stand a chance to be featured on the WPC website. You can Learn, Share & Get Paid by collecting likes and shares and follows on your portfolio which can later be converted into money.

(Disclaimer: All the pictures and reviews used in this post are authorized by the people themselves.)


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Google’s Snapseed was launched in June 2011 as an iPad app and was awarded the Best Apple App for the same year. After considering the response it was getting, the makers Nik Software – a subsidiary of Google for iOS and Android, decided to launch the app for iPhone in August 2011 and later for Windows in February 2012.

Subsequent for the Google take-over, Snapseed was launched for Android in December 2012 and discontinued for the desktop.

 

Snapseed can still be operated on MacBooks and other iOS and Android based systems.

Snapseed has 368.9k+ download hits and is considered a favorite amongst Photography students and amateurs who want to edit their pictures in more detail then just change limited filters on Instagram.

When we collected reviews and asked people about Snapseed, this is what they had to say…

       “Snapseed is an amazing app. It gives me ample choices for every kind of tool and filters a person might need. Being a photography enthusiast and student myself, I can say that it helped me a lot in understanding the technicalities and mechanics of photography when I was starting out and also helped me focus on details.”

                           - Surya Pratap Singh (Student for Media & Photography)

 

  “Snapseed has helped me a lot all through. Be it my trips to hill stations for documentary shoots or just the lazy walk home shoots, Snapseed has been helpful because I could carry it around in my pocket on my phone. It does not need a big machinery like a desktop or laptop to manage. It is, in my opinion, the best for instant click and upload purposes.”

         - Nitesh Bisht (Student for Media & Photo Enthusiast)

But when we asked these people about Google Snapseed vs. Adobe Lightroom, they said…

       “Well, Snapseed is good for instant photography and it is, in fact, hands-on, but I would go for Adobe Lightroom because it is a professional software. Lightroom has more professional features and it is designed for the sole purpose of making a picture perfect. There is no comparison.”

                               - Surya Pratap Singh (Student for Media & Photography)

Snapseed & its Specifications

You can operate the app in both Portrait and Landscape format.

 Portrait

          Landscape

You can get your Editing Tools by tapping on the white circle on the bottom-right side of the screen.

And the Filters, by scrolling down the same screen…

The Original Picture – Before & After

             BEFORE                                                 

AFTER

The Tools and Filters used in the picture are:-

You can get the Edit details by clicking on the arrow sign next to save and choose “View Edits” also you can undo and redo the edits…

You can add different Frames and Text designs to make the picture look better…

(You are also given additional options to make the frame and text better)

You can Blur picture and also change its Perspective by using the Edit Tools…

Blur Effect:

Perspective Change:

 

Last, but not the least… You can save your edited photo directly to your phone gallery or share it on social media and even save it directly in your Google Drive…

Log on to www.worldphotographersclub.com to learn more about photos and photography.

You can also enroll for classes with top-of-the-industry photographers on the website and signup for competitions to win prizes and awards.

If your click wins, you stand a chance to be featured on the WPC website. You can Learn, Share & Get Paid by collecting likes and shares and follows on your portfolio which can later be converted into money.

(Disclaimer: All the pictures and reviews used in this post are authorized by the people themselves.)