04-12-2022 01:14 AM - last edited 04-12-2022 01:14 AM
This is a reminder about how Samsung's Editor can make great things when you know how to use it ! Become a artist is still a good thing to try !
I have several photo editing apps but I prefer to use Samsung Editor because it makes things simple while the others are complicated and I regularly use this editor for its ease.
Here are some examples of photos I've played with using the filters or the different styles offered in the Editor. Know that you can reuse the same filter several times without problems on the same photo. You can also mix and match Filters/Custom Filters/Styles/Magic Wand etc until satisfied.
This summer, I decided to do wildlife photography AND Macro photography during my daily walks.
The first photo is the edited photo and the second is the original. This is valid for all the following photos.
Photo 1 Female cardinal I found my photo beautiful but I admit that now I prefer the modified photo
And you, which one do you prefer ?
In this photo of a Pileated Woodpecker 3 different filters and 1 style were used.
Photo 2 Pileated Woodpecker(The female has a black stripe instead of a red stripe at the extension of the beak)
A sunset seen differently! the bottom photo is the first photo bracketing several years ago.! 4 photos were needed to obtain this result.
Show us your skills by posting your photos edited with the Samsung Editor! Do like me, put the 2 photos: original and modified.
And feel free to tell me what you think of my photos.
06-12-2022 06:32 PM - last edited 06-12-2022 06:38 PM
The answer is NO, those pictures were took on 2 Reflex devices BUT if i wrote this post, it's to show you that often i prefer to use the Samsung's Editor to modify all of my pictures even if they are made on a professionnal device.
The Samsung's Editor is easy to use and you can do a lot of things easier than with others Edirors. Samsung's Editor is friendly users.
Example : if you want to rotate a picture at about 2,8 degres, it's a lot of trouble before you get the right angle in any Photoshop applications and /or on other photography's Editors...
In the same way, you can easily play with the light, saturation, shadow etc more easier than any other application,
This was what i want to share to all Samsung's Users.
06-12-2022 07:08 PM in
@GoanGeek This is the right choice when you don't want to pay something each month 😇