Google+ now lets you do serious photo editing, but only in Chrome (Video)

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Google’s Snapseed team (formerly Nik Software), but today we find out what they’ve been working on: building some sophisticated new photo editing features into Google+.

Back in May, the company unveiled a feature called Auto Awesome that made its best guess at how your uploaded photos should look, but now the team is putting photographers in the driver’s seat, giving them the keys to a handful of really useful image adjustments.

Standard sliders are available for things like brightness, contrast, and saturation, as well highlight and midtone contrast controls. You can also make local adjustments with a control point interface that will be immediately familiar to anyone that’s used Snapseed or Nik’s other products like Viveza or Silver Efex Pro. Snapseed filters like Grunge and Drama are also available for you to play around with as well.


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Author: Daily Tech Whip

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