I've posted a photo from our toddler a while ago that I've edited using Snapseed. That photo shows pretty well how Snapseed can be used to easily combine a couple of filters to come up with nice results in short time on a mobile phone.
So I planned to capture a short video as tutorial how to achieve this effect. I am not a professional videographer, so no fancy music or title screen. On the other side, I hope that my german accent mumbling will compensate the lack of professional editing to a small extent :)
If you have questions or comments about the steps, please comment or drop me a note. Bonus points for finding out where I really haven't been accurate in this video. Watching it, I've noticed that I left out some steps that could have polished the result.
Originally edited image: https://plus.google.com/+SvenTiffe/posts/4caz4hxRWUb
Sometimes you gotta apply a little force to get things done. Yes, even trees need to bring it once in a while - else some up-saplings will come along and strong arm you. Grrrr! Not today!
For #treeTuesday by and
📷 Sony a6000 🔍 Sony 70-200G 🔆 not much light 💾 Snapseed 📱iPad Air
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