Snapseed, Google’s on-demand photo-editing app receives a new update which adds a bunch of new filters and tools to the app.
Only recently Google pushed a massive update to the Snapseed app (version 2.16) bringing in cool new tons of cool features. And now, it has rolled out another update which comes as a pleasant surprise for its users.
Anyway, moving ahead, the update brings along a new filter called ‘Double Exposure’ which allows you to superimpose (blend) two images into one. The result, well, is an artsy picture.
There are already a good number of blending modes which are inspired by analog film techniques as well as digital image processing available in the app. This means you are only a couple of steps away from creating double exposure images.
Also, the update adds a new ‘Pose’ mode which allows you to change the pose of a given image based on 3D models.
Finally, there’s a new tool called ‘Expand’ which provides you with the flexibility to increase the size of your canvas thereby adding extra details to your image.