Since I wasn’t getting the results I wanted with a couple of my go-to editing apps on my phone, I decided to branch out and try Snapseed. Not only did it let me do the HDR effects I was going for, but it had a slew of other tricks to play with. I probably spent about an hour today just messing with the different tools on. It had selective focusing, automatic HDR, tilt-shift, and tons of different filters. Normally, I don’t like to go overboard on the special effects, but there were so many fun new toys on hand. Plus, Mrs. Gilley’s 96th birthday is about a week away and I really wanted to step up my game and give her more variety in the photos for her. I’ll probably giver her all of these for her digital frame and print the best one. Help me out, guys. Let me know which one is your favorite in the comments below.
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It would be pretty to make a collage, i.e., take the HDR version of the barn (make that the largest photo) then have the three versions with the sun behind it to the left, stacked in a column beside it.