So today I got the latest update to Snapseed, Snapseed 2.0. It is just amazing what can be done with this app. I have it both on my Samsung Galaxy S5 and my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014. The most amazing thing is the fact that it works in layers and allows maskings. When used with a pressure sensitive stylus (such as the one with my tablet) the power of this application rivals that of Photoshop CS on a desktop. It is really quite amazing. To test this I went out in the fog and took a shot of the local railroad crossing with my S5. I then edited the image using my S5 and an iKross capacitive stylus. The results were amazing. Very much like a large format camera with extreme tilts.
This got me wondering how else could I use this application. The tonal contrast controls were amazing as well as a slew of other features. I grabbed a shot off my tablet I had done at the Coney Island Mermaid Parade a few years back. Using Snapseed on my tablet with it's stylus was a revelation. I am certain now that I can use this tablet along with my phone to create some amazing imagery. I am hoping to work with Kaytee Papuza in June to do this. Here is the re-edit I made;
I'll keep you all up to date on this.