I have now Snapseed app in my iOS devices (iPhone and iPad) and in my MacBook. Really fantastic. I think I am going to use the desktop version quite much for my Fuji X100 shots. I’m shooting in JPEG with X100 and I feel Snapseed will suit very well for those shots (even though Snapseed is capable to process RAWs too). If you are not familiar with this awesome app, I suggest that you should visit Snapseed website.
Here’s one quick processing by desktop version of Snapseed from last night.
For the above photo I tested Nik’s Color Efex Pro and its film effect filters. My long time favorite of those filters is Kodak Ektachrome 64 Pro which is used here. I just love how it renders the colors.
There was, however, one problem after using that film filter. Tiitus’ hand became quite red, i.e. it was not looking good at all. But no problem in fixing it because Color Efex Pro has the Control Point feature of Nik products. I used negative (minus) control point for his hand and the film effect was removed from that area in the shot. Just great!