Snapseed – Use the Free iPad App to Edit Your Photos Easily and Just the Way You Like the Images to Come Out

Snapseed has been known to be quite the famous image editing app from Google that can be downloaded, installed, and used on your iPad. It contains some fantastic editing tools to make your photos stand out more. One of its main selling points is that of the set of Tune Image tools which will allow you take a good photo but then turn it into a better image. This can be done right on your iPad; hence, when you’re done, you can easily share them across all your social media profiles for the world to see.

Snapseed - Use the Free iPad App to Edit Your Photos Easily and Just the Way You Like the Images to Come Out

Snapseed Makes it Easy to Turn a Good Photo in Your iPad to a Great Photo

To get you started on the Tune Image tools found on Snapseed, read on to learn about a quick intro about them to fine-tune your images to attain the best effect that you’re looking for. But before anything else, you’d best get your iPad, download the Snapseed app from the App Store (if you haven’t yet). Once the app is open, tap on the Open Photo button situated at the lower portion of the splash screen.

When you have selected the photo that you want to edit, tap the small pencil icon found on the lower right of your iPad’s screen. The pencil button has a flashing circle around it so it’s basically pretty hard to miss. Once these has been said and done, it’s time to choose the Tune Image tool.

Should this be the first time that you’re opening Snapseed app, then you will be given a short tutorial in using the tool. It will just explain the current setting by swiping across the screen left and right. However, if you swipe up and down, you will be able to select from seven photo adjustments that are readily available within the app. These adjustments are Ambience, Saturation, Highlights, Warmth, Shadows, Contrast, and Brightness.

You can start with swiping your finger across the screen from left to right, or from right to left, to change the overall brightness of the image. However, make sure not to go overboard with the settings as you will be left with a really dark, or even a really bright image. Continue by going through the other adjustment tools and tweak them to your liking.

If you want to see a Before & After progress of the image you’re currently editing on Snapseed, you can tap on the little preview icon found on the upper right. This will show you the original image prior to any changes being made. You can lift your finger up to see the edits that you’ve made. This makes it better for you to see if the changes are to your liking or not.

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