Snapseed gains Double Exposure, Face Pose, and more

The team esta en fuego!. On the heels of recent releases that added sharable looks, curves, and more, comes some new hotness:

Snapseed 2.17 starts rolling out today and it brings you three new awesome tools:

  • Double Exposure allows you to blend two photos and choose from blending modes that are inspired by analog film techniques as well as digital image processing.
  • Face Pose lets you correct the pose of portraits based on three dimensional models.
  • Expand allows you to increase the size of your canvas and fill up the new space in smart ways with content from your image. 

Enjoy, and as always, please let us know what you think.


2 thoughts on “Snapseed gains Double Exposure, Face Pose, and more

  1. Hello:

    I just updated to the latest iOS version of Snapseed and I am enjoying the new features. The new Face Pose is very cool to play with, but I am not sure how often I’ll be using it. The Double Exposure feature works as designed, and the ability to extend the background will come in handy. Overall, Snapseed has become a fine imaging tool for my iPad Pro. I look forward to any future updates.

    Thank you!

  2. Almost the only feature I run to Photoshop for now is the ability to blend two pictures for HDR purposes. This would involve auto align layers, masking, and the ability to edit each layer independently. Otherwise I use Snapseed for 95% of pictures, always with jpegs off my Nexus 5x.

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