Snapseed is a full-fledged professional photo editor developed by Google.
* 29 tools and filters, including Point correction, Brush, Structure, HDR Effect, Perspective (see list below).
* Opens both JPG and DNG files.
* Allows you to save your styles and apply them to new photos.
* Selective correction brush.
* Fine-tune the filters.
TOOLS, FILTERS, AND PROCESSING INDIVIDUALS
* RAW processing: allows you to work with raw files of type DNG, save them without loss of quality or export to JPG.
* Correction: allows you to adjust exposure and color automatically or manually with high accuracy.
* Sharpen: increases the contour sharpness of the image.
* Crop: allows you to crop a photo to a standard format or to crop it at random.
* Rotate: 90° or align the horizon.
* Perspective-distortion correction (the slopes of the lines, the geometry of the buildings).
* White balance: allows you to adjust the colors so that the image looks more natural.
* Brush: selectively corrects exposure, saturation, brightness, or heat.
* Selectively (control point technology): set up to 8 points on the image, select the parameters you want to improve, and the adjustment will be done automatically by the algorithm.
* Point: allows you to remove an unwanted neighbor from a group photo.
* Vignette: adds a soft darkening to the edges of the image.
* Text: adds stylized or plain text.
* Curves: allows you to precisely control the brightness levels.
* Expansion: increase the size of the image and fill it with fragments of the empty space.
* Blur: adds a beautiful bokeh to the photo (softens the background); ideal for portraits.
* Spotlight Shine: adds a glow effect; suitable for portraits and photos for the fashion industry.
* Tone. contrast: selectively enhances detail in shadows, midtones, and highlights.
* HDR effect: allows you to get a stunning image with the multi-exposure effect.
* Drama: adds a touch of dark expressiveness.
* Grunge: gives the picture an original, bold look with color styles and texture overlays (5 basic styles and endless variations)
* Large grain: creates a grainy image like on a photographic film.
* Vintage: photos in the style of color movies of the 50s, 60s and 70s.
* Retro: creates the effect of an aged photo by adding artifacts such as overexposure, scratches and film scrap.
* Noir: creates the effect of black and white film due to graininess and faded picture.
* Black/white: the classic black-and-white photos directly from the red room.
* Frames: a variety of design options for the contours of the image.
* Double exposure: combine two images using the effects of film photography and digital image processing.
* Face correction: adding focus to the eyes, special lighting or smoothing to the skin.
* Location: change the position of objects in portraits using three-dimensional models.