Save will apply the Stack on top of the original image, which can then be reopened in Snapseed at any time to edit or remove the Stack.
Save a copy applies the Stack to a duplicate copy of the image, saved at the end of the photo stream.
So which method of saving is better? That is the great debate...
Also would like option to install old version. The presets in the new version are not at all like before.
Option to save does not appear in upper right as it should after adding a few stacks. At that point, there is only "Done" option in left corner. I do see the 3 dots menu though.
I'm using a Samsung S4.
Read this quick overview on the available controls for creating a single-image, tone-mapped image that brings out details with stunning results.
Get it today as it rolls out for Android http://goo.gl/sQSfLM and iOS http://goo.gl/irPbd4
Read on for more on the new Snapseed and share your photos created with #Snapseed
With billions of images being uploaded and shared on a daily basis, we want to make it fast and easy for people to perfect their photos. What once required a desktop computer, costly software and hours of editing work, can now be accomplished quickly in a powerful app -- +Snapseed.
The new #Snapseed app gives you the precision and control of professional photo editing software on your phone or tablet. We’ve updated the app in many ways while staying true to our mission of helping everyone easily create extraordinary images. Here are the highlights:
• New tools including Lens Blur, Tonal Contrast, intelligent perspective Transform, and Spot Healing
• Selectively apply filters and effects to parts of the image using the Brush tool
• Non-destructive editing via Stacks allows you to re-edit or undo any change. You can also copy edits from one image to another
Snapseed works with your phone camera shots as well as images from DSLRs, compact cameras, and more.
Get it today as it rolls out on the Play Store http://goo.gl/sQSfLM and the App Store http://goo.gl/irPbd4
Sometimes a photo needs a little extra touch to truly stand out. To help you customize your images, we’re launching new photo editing tools right within Google+. They’re all based on the power of Snapseed, and available in the Chrome browser (thanks to its Native Client technology). Here are a few of the fun things you can do:
* Auto Enhance already makes the photos you add to Google+ look great. Now you can customize and fine tune these adjustments if you have a different look in mind.
* Selective adjust lets you make edits to specific parts of your image, so you can make that summer sky look even more blue without affecting the beach in the foreground.
* Filters like Vintage, Drama, Retrolux or Black and White give your photos a new look. Add the finishing touch with a frame.
To give the new editing tools a try, open one of your own photos in Chrome and click on “Edit” in the lightbox. You can always undo any changes you make or revert to the original image.
If you're not using the Chrome browser, you can still crop and rotate your photos in Google+ -- in fact we're making these basic editing options easier to find up front, right next to the "Edit" button. And of course on mobile, Snapseed-inspired editing is available in both the Android and iOS Google+ apps.
p.s. We're rolling out these updates gradually, so check back soon if you don't see them yet. #googleplusupdate
Make every photo extraordinary with Snapseed. Snapseed provides the precision and control of professional photo editing software, in the palm of your hand. Advanced edits that once required a desktop computer, costly software, and hours of editing work can now be done in an instant on a phone or tablet, anytime, anywhere.
Features like a non-destructive editing workflow and the ability to selectively apply edits with brushes, masks, and control points make Snapseed a mobile editor like none other. And with the intelligent perspective transform and spot healing, even a quick snapshot from a cell phone can be perfected to become a work of art.
Snapseed works with your phone camera shots as well as images from DSLRs, compact cameras, and more, on both Android and iOS platforms.