I didn’t use a fancy picture editing program, and neither should you…
This week I went along to a local photography club to meet some like minded people.
Following up on some advice I received from Stelios, (check out his portfolio here) and a fruitless weekend of photos, I have made my first attempt at post-processing!
With this being my first attempt, I would really appreciate any feedback (the good and bad!)
A couple of months ago, I purchased and had a go with Adobe’s Lightroom program. I found the software a bit hard going for my above-average-quality pc, and a challenging learning curve at best. I like to think that I have a good handle on tech, and despite my inexperience in the world of photography, I was hugely disappointed to have to give up with it.
It has taken me some time, but I have realised what I want from post-processing. I want convenience, with semi-professional results. Aha, so it was an app I was looking for. This way I could be more social, spending my time editing pictures in a livingroom area. I can edit on my phone during my daily commute with later refinements on my tablet at home.
The app was called…
Sure it may not have as many features of Lightroom, but it has what I need, and allows me to conveniently sort through my pictures at my leisure, not to mention that Snapseed is not a drain on my time, effort, money or my social life.
I really could continue singing this little app praises all day, but the proof is in the pudding, or the pictures. So have a look and let me know your thoughts in the comments below.