Photo Editing Without a PC

While traveling I get the luxury of polling large audiences to find out what agents are doing and are not doing in their business.  Only an extremely small percentage of agents I meet hire a professional photographer and while the number does vary by geographic location, it remains small everywhere we go.  I find it really surprising when I ask them how many are editing their images and find out the number is almost as small!

In this post, I wanted to show a low cost solution that would help everyone that has a tablet get into the game.  Photo editing used to be extremely difficult and costly even just 5 years ago. Now the software is cheap and you can do complex tasks in seconds.  Let me show you how an app called Snapseed can help make your photos stand out in a minimal amount of time.

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  1. Alex Aguilar says:

    Mobile photo and video editing have come a long way. These days I usually touch up my photos right on my phone with the built in editing software and upload them directly – this would be unheard of a few years ago.

  2. With this new breakthrough in mobile devices, its very easy to create picture perfect moments with results that are viewable in real time. No need to study the complicated photoshop commands.

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  6. Mike says:

    Thanks for the recommendation. This App seems to have many of the features required for editing and image manipulation that most users will need.

  7. Mark Ireland says:

    Availability of cheap photo editing software has increased in recent years and the standard features of most good applications are usually good enough for most of our day to day needs. This app looks simple to use with a variety of features to make basic editing a breeze.

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