My new job involves quite a bit of dog photography, and then making up warm fuzzy prose to go with the photos. I sometimes like to collage my photos, so people can see the same dog in different poses.
I recently rediscovered Snapseed on my mobile phone. I say rediscovered, as I hadn’t been using Snapseed much in the past year or so. It’s gone through a few updates since then, and it’s even more powerful than ever.
For those of you who don’t know me, I’m hardly a newbie when it comes to photo editing. Actually, I’ve only been practising mobile photography art for the last 6 years. I started out with an iPhone 3G in 2010, then upgraded to the iPhone 4. Then I defected over to Android with a Samsung Galaxy S3, then the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. One thing for sure, I have no intention of going back to an iPhone.
Imagine my happiness when I realised I could flex and hone my creative, artistic muscles in my new job. Yay, happy days again! Granted, the subject matter is mostly dogs nowadays, but at least I get to scratch that itch lol.
Here are a few examples of what I’ve done to standard, unedited photos, using Snapseed. The other Apps I use a lot for editing are Pics Art, Photo Editor and Pixlr, and for collaging I use Pic Collage, Moldiv, Collage Maker. I sometimes like to dabble and test out new Apps.