As you may already know, the latest version of Snapseed has different Looks (more like filters). I wanted to show you how each Look appears when used on a photo.
Photo taken with the Honor 6x (Dual camera mobile phone) and edited using Snapseed:
– 12MP+2MP dual lens primary camera with auto focus camera.
– 8MP front facing camera with PDAF Focusing.
Snapseed is a photo-editing app for iOS and Android mobile phones that allows users to enhance, edit photos, and apply digital filters to get creative effects.
Here’s the original photo:
Let’s have a look at the different Looks:
What I notice here is clearly this Look has applied a Vignette around the photo. Notice the edges in the photo how it has become dark bringing the subject to pop. I’m sure this Look would be apt for portraits.
In this Look also, we notice that there is a slight vignette and it has made the photo smooth.
Pop Look has increased contrast and structure, giving it a strong look, making the photo actually pop.
Pop Look and Accentuate seem to be more or less similar, probably they could have different effects in other photos.
Clearly this Look has given a Vignette around the photo, it has also brought down the greens and has applied a subtle tone giving it a dreamy feel. This Look also should be good for portraits.
This is one of my personal Looks in Snapseed. As you can see, it has given it a warm feel like the morning sun. It has increased brightness and the colours.
This look increases the brightness around the edges of the photo. It has increased it using the Vignette feature.
This Look makes the photo monochrome. It also gives a dreamy feel to the photo.
The Push look also makes the photo black and white, it also adds some grain to the photo giving it a filmy look.
This particular look first makes the photo monochrome and then it uses the Structure feature to add in some details.
This Look crates a ultra high contrast monochrome photo.
Later I used the Curves tool and Vignette to create the final image:
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