Nik Software has a serious following in the world of professional photography. Nik has made a name by creating insanely great (and yes, award-winning) technology and products for digital photography and imaging professionals. Nik has innovated everything from a portfolio of creative effects techniques to U Point technology, transforming the way photographers manage photo editing.
Snapseed, a Nik Software business, was born out of one simple idea: What if we could take the digital innovations pioneered for photography professionals and bring them to everyone – all the millions of people around the world snapping photos with their phones and digital cameras?
The Snapseed experience was born.
We launched Snapseed Mobile on the Apple iPad in June 2011, quickly followed by the Apple iPhone in August 2011. In January 2012, we moved our software onto the Mac OS and shortly after, in February, we made Snapseed available on Windows. We will continue to make Snapseed ubiquitous – available on virtually all major desktop and mobile platforms and more.
Our vision is to deliver a photo editing experience so fun, so easy, and so powerful that Snapseed will be the only photo editing, tweaking, sharing app you’ll want to use everywhere, every day.
Read this quick overview on the available controls for creating a single-image, tone-mapped image that brings out details with stunning results.
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This was shot with my E-PL2 and my Pentax 50mm f1.7 lens. I used my reverse macro adapter to get real close... A very budget way to get some extreme macro.
Processed with #Snapseed
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
Thought we would share this review with you!
We just added some of Snapseed's functionality into G+ for iOS!
And in even more news, we also updated Snapseed for iOS to 1.5.2 adding in the ability to adjust frame widths and Snapseed for Android to 1.5, bringing feature parity with Snapseed for iOS (brining Retrolux and the new Frames filters) along with bug fixes on both platforms.
All of these products are free and available in the respective mobile stores!
Available in the next hour from both App Store and Google Play! #googleplusupdate