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Smartphone Food Photography : Capturing Beautiful Food Photos without Dishing out Tons of Cash

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Lessons in This Class

16 Lessons (58m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:43
    • 2. What Lighting do We Use?

      4:59
    • 3. What Camera do We Use?

      4:56
    • 4. How to Choose Props?

      2:12
    • 5. How to Set the Background?

      2:34
    • 6. How to Set the Lighting?

      2:51
    • 7. DSLR Vs. IPhone & Smartphone Photo Result

      4:46
    • 8. Set the Light of Your Edits!

      4:29
    • 9. Sharpen the Image of Your Edits!

      3:32
    • 10. Give Lighting Effect to Your Edits!

      4:13
    • 11. Adjust the Color of Your Edits!

      4:57
    • 12. Raise the Brightness in Your Edits!

      3:09
    • 13. Save Your Edits into Presets!

      2:52
    • 14. Erase the Dirty Area on Your Edits!

      3:02
    • 15. How to Edit Certains Area of Your Image!

      4:49
    • 16. Closing

      2:00
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About This Class

Learn how to take amazing food photography with any smartphone you have!

Learn practical steps from setting simple yet powerful artificial light at your home (so you can take photos anytime during the day!),

Setting photo properties and background, up to editing to make the photos even more beautiful!

Learn step-by-step how to create DARK Mood Food Photography.

Hi there, my name is Berry, a Professional Food Photographer Trainer from Indonesia. At my first five years, I was shoot food and beverage with all my own creation everyday. Now, you can see that my works have been published globally! Not only in Indonesia, but the works have been jumping around Asia Pacific, like South Korea, Japan, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, and many else. More than 2000 projects have been finished. More than 5000 clients have been handled. JUST IN 4 YEARS!

Now, it's time to YOU to take photos of your home-cooked meals with smartphone!

  1. No need to change/upgrade your Smartphone
  2. No need to buy any expensive props
  3. No need a basic skill in food photography

Learn practical steps to create amazing images without expensive tools.

You'll see different result with the techniques you learn with current smartphone you have.

THIS AMAZING COURSE SCHOOL IS FOR YOU IF YOU ARE…

  • Home Chefs
  • Foodies
  • Food Bloggers
  • Culinary Businessman
  • Anyone who is passionate on taking food photos

And of course, anyone can learn, No basic in photography required.

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1. Introduction: Hello, my friends. Yeah, welcome to our class. Today we will talk about the food photography. Yeah. We have done professional food photography for a couple of years. Like I've shot food photography for five years. For the, for the first three years, I shoot food photography for every single day. So after five years then, after we start teaching food photography, I found that many thousands of our students asked the same questions again and again. What does that question? Yeah, After they here our teaching about food photography. And then the first question is, how they want to start if they want to shoot right now in their home without any proper tools, without proper lighting, without proper camera, without proper and expensive props. But they can shoot very good and very beautiful pictures. And today I will share you the secret. And in this session, we will shoot without any expensive lighting. And also we will shoot for you with the professional camera and with the phone camera. Okay. When I try to shoot with phone camera, even people ask me what kind of camera do you use, oh... You have beautiful pictures because you use, IPhone 11, okay! And then I will take the challenge today. Yeah, I will shoot beautiful pictures with the phone under $100. Okay? And you will see that the first thing that you have to learn to be a professional photographer, is that, there's many things beside expensive camera and expensive lighting. That is, you have to know about the props, what kind of props? Every props you use in food photography doesn't have to be expensive, but it has to be useful for your mood. So, and then we also test it by using mobile phone, and then we will use very cheap lighting. The lighting, I think it's under $30. Okay. Yeah. Are you excited about the class? Okay, So after you learn this class, you will be able to apply this right now in your home. Okay, Let's see our first section. I will explain about the lighting. 2. What Lighting do We Use?: Yes, welcome to the lighting sessions. Okay. Yeah. So far there are three kinds of lighting we use. Okay, the natural light, the continuous light, and the flash. light. Many of my students asked me, if I shoot with natural light, can I get the same quality as good as the professional studio lighting. My answer is yes, of course, actually, it's just the light. The difference is the source. Yeah. If you can control the light and you know, the light characteristics. And if you know the best light position for food photography, then you don't have to worry what kind of light you use. But I will introduce you three kinds of light that I mostly use. The first is natural lighting, in natural lighting. You can use the window light. Yeah, when you shoot with the natural lighting. Yeah. I suggest you prepare one. Lighting accessories. That is diffuser. Okay. What is diffuser? Okay. You can use this one to make the light becomes softer. So the soft light is very friendly to create the best quality of food photography. This one can increase the quality of the lighting. This is the secret. Yeah. The second type of lighting we use is... This one is the continuous lighting. So what is the continuous lighting? Continuous lighting is the light that turns on continuously. So in this session, we use very affordable light. Yeah. We use only light bulb. I think this one is maybe around 40 watt. Sure. You have to use the white one. Please don't use the warm white. Only the white kind of light bulb. Okay. What does this bracket, okay? If you are not very familiar with food photography tools, you don't have to scare with this kind of thing because it is very simple. Yeah. We put the lighting here and then this is the button to turn on and turn off the light. So this is very simple. Yeah. But why I suggest this kind of lighting, you can use also the natural lighting, but if you shoot in your home, you can use area or space at your home that is unused for now? Yeah. Maybe your warehouse, maybe there's room or garage. Maybe you don't have to use the room that have window. So you can use this one and shoot anywhere. Okay? Yeah. Because this one is very cheap. So you can invest this kind of tolls, okay. And then the third kind of lighting is the flash light. And yeah many professional food photographer use the flash light. Some of my students asked me if I use this one. It's the quality always below. If I compare to the flash light, my answer is no because actually the flash light, the benefit of flash light is that they can offer power the natural lighting. So the professional photographer, use flash light, they can shoot anywhere, okay. If you cannot afford the flash light, you can also use this one. And then if you use the natural lighting or use this continuous lighting, please make sure you turn off all of the lights in your room. Okay. So the only thing you control is the lighting from this one. Okay. Yeah. And then I've explained to you before that to create the beautiful light, we have to use the diffuse light. Diffuse light is the high-quality light for food photography. So if you use only this light bulb, then the picture will be very harsh. How to diffuse then? If you buy this one. The white sheet in front of the softbox is the material that will diffuse the light. So the function is still the same with this one. Yeah. If you use another type of lighting, don't worry, because the position is still the same. The only thing to focus on for the lighting. Yeah. are its position and its quality. So if you use a flash light or you compare it to this one, you still can use the same technique. Okay? Yeah. See you on the next section. 3. What Camera do We Use?: Okay, In this section, we will talk about the cameras, okay? In this lesson, we will try to use different types of camera. We will use the mirrorless. Yeah. You can use either mirrorless or DSLR, okay, In this time we will use mirrorless, and then we use the canon micro lens. What is the best camera to shoot? Food photography? Okay, I often get these questions from my students and what is the best lens okay? For me to be, to be able to shoot the best food photography. For me, it's the skill. So you have to master the skill first because in this lesson we will try different type of camera. And in the end of the lessons you will know that to shoot beautiful pictures. There's many factors will affect beside the camera quality. So, yeah. This time, if I can suggest for the lens, yeah, we use right now is Canon micro 100 millimeter, 2.8 lens. For food photography, I suggest you use prime lens like 50 millimeters or 100 millimeters micro. Yeah. Because in prime lens the quality is higher. And then you can look at the detail of the pictures. And then the contrast is very nice. So there is the first camera we want to use, and then we also use the mobile phone camera. So mmm... you can see the comparison between the iPhone and the Android camera. Okay. When I post a picture in our Instagram account, many people like, oh, I told that I shot it by using mobile phone and the picture is very nice. Most of them put... the comments like this. Yeah. It's reasonable that the picture is nice because I use expensive phone cameras. Okay. And then I took the challenge. So today we're going to shoot with the phone camera. There is under $100. Okay. And then you will see the results. Okay. Yeah. I think there is a section of the camera. Yeah. Okay. All I want to say is whatever camera and lenses you have, you can practice now. You can practice today. You can practice right after you learn these lessons. So you don't have to try to buy the new camera. You don't have to buy a new lens. Because for me, when I want to measure how many skills I get is using all the same tools, all the same cameras. And then I compare the pictures before I learned something and after I learned the course. So yeah, I challenge you, don't upgrade your lenses or your phone, and then... apply this technique at your home and then you can see the result. Okay, and then we are moving to the next section, okay? In this section, we'll talk about, how to modify the light? Somehow when we shoot food and then we use only one lighting Somehow we will see there is a condition that we want to make an area, Brighten an area, or make some area darker. And then we can use this one. Okay. This is the black one. And this is the white one. The white board. Yeah. And this is some kind of folder yeah. I just buy it online and then maybe if you can find the black one and the white one, then it's okay, you can use both of them because... I like this one because I can directly use it and it can stand easily. So when I want to make some area darker, I use the black one. And then when I want to make some area brighter than before, I use the white one, so you can prepare both of them. So if you want to modify the lighting, then you don't have to add additional lighting, just use this white and black board. 4. How to Choose Props?: Okay, my friends, we are moving to the next section. Yeah. We are really close to the photoshoot section, but before we shoot the pictures, Yeah, The first thing we have to do is choosing the right props for our mood board. So our mood today is the dark and rustic mood for we are shooting tomato soup for today, so we have to choose the proper props for our mood. The background we use is the grey, the natural grey here, the dark grey. So we choose the props. There is also dark. For now, we choose the wooden props like this? Yeah. And we we choose the darker, wooden, so it matches the background. Okay. And then we put some ingredients inside the wooden bowl. Okay. And then we also have like wooden spoon and others. Yeah. Okay. There's a tips for preparing your photo shoot. You don't have to wait your food to be ready first. And then you shoot because, if the food waiting... you to prepare all the backgrounds and then the food will drive very soon. So you can arrange the props and using the empty bowl like this. So. The food doesn't have to be waiting for you and then you, you can spend your time to arrange the props and then after it's ready and after you get all the Moods you need and all this lighting settings, and when you already get the mood you need, yeah. You can put the fresh food and then you shoot it directly. Okay. Yes. And then the next I will prepare the background, and then the next I will prepare the settings of the backgrounds. 5. How to Set the Background?: Okay, Then I have another tips for you. When you are arranging the composition, okay? The first tips that you can use is, you can start with the bigger one. So when arranging the props, I start with the biggest props in my frame. So since my tomato soup is already finished, so and then I changed the empty bowl to the fresh tomato soup And then I arranged the bigger props first. Yeah, after we arrange the bigger props and we continue with the smaller bowls, and then we continue with the ingredients. Okay? Okay my friends, I have some tips for you when you are arranging the props. Okay? Yeah, the first tips, you can start with the biggest props first in your frame. So in my frame, the biggest props is my food. Yeah. Okay. We already replace it with the fresh tomato soup here. And then I put the biggest one first. And then I continue with smaller bowl, I put the smaller ball, and then I continue with the ingredients. Okay. And after I got the position I need, usually I take it with my phone first. For this frame, we will start with the flat lay frame. Yeah, the pop shoot. So usually I'll try to take the look from the top shoot. Okay. It's very nice. And then I will continue to arrange until I get the frame perfect for what I... imagine. Ok. And then yeah. The last thing I put inside my frame is the thing that is very difficult to replace. like these sprinkles, it's very difficult to move if you already put all of them and then you want to arrange the position, it will be very hard. So this is the last thing you want to put in your frames, so, okay, and then we continue to... we almost ready, but I want to do some other arrangement. And then we continue later, Okay? Yeah. 6. How to Set the Lighting?: Okay, We have finished arranging of our props. our few and our mood. And then for the... next section is about the lighting positions. Okay, there's some lighting positions for food photography. In our first mood, we use the back lighting. Okay. So we put the lighting in the back of our food Yeah. The distance it's about one meter in the back of the food and then the position. I think it's about 80 centimeters and the height difference is about one meter. Okay. And then like I explained it before, if we wanted to shoot with continuous lighting like this, we have to turn off all the lighting, so yeah, well, I'm shooting and then we will turn off all of the video lights here also. So we will shoot for this one, the main frame in my mind for this picture is the the top view. So we will start for the top view first And then there's the tips for choosing the angles. Yeah, since we have put our effort to create the ambiance to prepare this products. And then please don't only shoot for one angle, you have the shoot as many angles as possible, okay? And we will shoot for the top angle first, and then please remember for the top angle, we also can create many compositions. You can try to take the close-up shoot and we can take the more high shoot. And then we also take the shoots that have the negative space. What is negative space? Negative space is the area that we can put the copywriting. If you want to use the picture for like digital marketing, you want to use the picture for the brochure or other needs like Instagram feed design. And other design, somehow you have to take the picture with negative space. So if you have graphic designer work with you, then the graphic designer will be very happy because they don't have to think where to put the letters, where to put the copywriting so we can try to make the negative space like in the left side, right side, in the upper side of the food and below the food. Okay. 7. DSLR Vs. IPhone & Smartphone Photo Result: Okay. My friends, before we have taken the pictures from the flat lay and then I will explain to you a little bit about the camera settings. Okay? The camera settings we use for this setting, we use 125 shutter speed and then we use aperture 3.2. And then ISO 320. Okay. And then for the white balance, I usually use Kelvin because with using... Kelvin, we can get the consistent light for our frame. So in this picture, we use the Kelvin. Kelvin Number is made 5000. Okay? Yeah, after we take that top angle, we will try the 45 degree angle. by using the micro lens. Okay! Let's do the shot! Yes, we have taken the 45 degree angles and here's the preview. Now, we will continue shooting with mobile phones. Okay! There's many types of mobile phones, but you don't have to worry because we will test with iPhone and we will test it with the phone... there is under $100. And we can see if using this kind of lighting and then using our steps in editing will help. Yeah, Okay, We will figure it out later, and then another tips for you who shoot pictures by using mobile phone, please. You don't have to be desperate when you find that your pictures while shooting the mobile phone. Like, "I don't think I like to color" " I don't think I like the contrast. You don't have to worry because the mobile phone's lens. are designed to work in every situation. So it is very understandable if you shoot it and look that the picture is not so good. But if you use our settings of lighting, if you combined it with our editing steps in mobile Lightroom, yeah, and we combine with another apps also. Yeah, you can see the result is very amazing and you don't even know that which one is using iPhone and which one using... the $100 phone camera. Okay. Yeah. Let's continue shooting with mobile phone. Okay. My friends, we have taken pictures using iPhone. Yeah. Okay. Here's the preview before and after editing. Okay, i'll give you the visualization of the editing so... You don't have to worry. If you don't like the color of the unedited one. Because we can tweak it later. Okay. I will tell you the secret, and here's the preview. Okay, next we will take the pictures using very affordable smartphones. We use smartphone that the price is below $100, I think it's even below $80. Next, we will see that... I don't know if you can tell which one is taken from iPhone, or which one is from... the cheaper phone. Okay. Yeah, let's do the photo shoot 8. Set the Light of Your Edits!: Hello guys. Okay, welcome to the editing section. After The photo session Here comes the very exciting parts for me. This is the editing parts, okay? Yeah, this is where we increase the quality of the image Okay. Now you can open your App Store if you are using iPhone, or you can open Google Play Store if you're using Android phone, okay. You can just type Lightroom Mobile. Now, this is the main app. we use to edit most of our picture. Okay, after you install the Lightroom app, you can find the view like this one. This is the way how you import your picture. You can tap on this one and then you can choose import from the camera roll. Okay. Yes. After we import from camera roll, you get some... Yeah. Okay. You can choose the picture and then the few of the menu is like this. Okay? This is the raw file and then you guess what? This is the file from the phone under $100. Okay. This is the challenge where I can show you how we can increase the quality of the image from this one to a very amazing picture you cannot imagines, okay. So, if we can enhance the quality of the image from the very cheap phone, then I'm sure that if you apply this one from the better phone, the results will be very amazing, Okay? Yeah. Okay, let's do it. I'll show you most of my system when I am trying to enhance my quality of the image. Okay, the first one, I choose a Light menu from here. And then I'll choose... the first is the highlight. usually this is the first one I modify, for the highlight, Usually I drop all of the highlights. Why? Because I want to restore the nearly white or blown out area. So I make sure I still get the detail when I try to brighten the image. Okay. You can see when I drop down the highlights, it seems like I make my image darker, a little bit, but actually, I tried to make sure the nearly white area is restored. Okay, then I don't use exposure to make my image brighter. Mostly I use White. Why? Because this is my very powerful secret, okay, I almost never use called Exposure or Contrast. Mostly I use White. Because when I increase the White, the quality and the bright of the image will increase. Followed by the color of the image also increase nicely, okay? So the color will be very nice if you increase the White, different with the Contrast and Exposure. Because if we increase the Contrast and the Exposure, the color will not that nice Okay So I increase the White here. I increase the White until I liked the color. Okay, I think this one is good. 9. Sharpen the Image of Your Edits!: The next one, Okay, I'll use the shadow. This one will be different for each image. This is depends on what kind of feel I like. Ok. For this dark mode. Yeah. Okay. I think I want to drop it down because I want to make my object more pop out and more... three-dimensional, I have to make it more contrast. Instead of I increase the Contrast, I use the White, Black, Shadow, and Highlight. This is the key to make our image better, but looks naturally. Okay. And then I think, I want to drop down the black a little Yes. Okay. Now you can see the image quality, the color is increase and there let's compare before and after, okay! This is before. Oh, okay. And this is the after. Yeah, you can see the image quality is increasing, the color is better now. Then. Don't worry, we're not done here, we are far away from that. And then let's continue. The next one. Usually I use the Detail here. Okay, I tap Detail and I sharpen the image. Usually if you edit the image from mobile phone, You can increase the sharpness to make it better. Okay And then if I sharpen the image, they will sharpen all the area. Okay When I increase the sharpening area, you can see that the image like more noise, have more noise in all the area. And then you can choose Masking here. This is very, very important when you sharpen your image. If you increase the Masking, you can please see the area in this one. You can see that this is like very noisy. When I increase this Masking. Yeah, you can see that the only sharpen, the edges one. Okay. The smooth one doesn't sharpen so it keeps natural. Yeah. Okay. Usually I increase until this one, until here. And then I use the noise reduction to reduce the noise in many area of the image. I don't increase much, but usually here. Okay. To make sure. Usually I use moist reduction until, I'm sorry, until here, Okay, to reduce the noise. 10. Give Lighting Effect to Your Edits!: Then what I'll do here, I'll go back to the light. And then let's play with curve, okay?! For the curve, I have some ritual. I tap it here, here, and here. Okay? So you can see 1, 2, 3 you can see three dots here. So if I increase here and here, it will not effect the middle one. And then this is the effect. Maybe you don't like it. But yeah, you can edit if you like it. Okay. And this is adding the fade effect in our picture. Yeah. If I increase this one, yeah, you can see that the black is not that black Okay. This is the dark area and this is the light area. Okay. This is the intensity. So if you want you to brighten the dark area, we can adjust the line in our image. So if we increase here, the dark and the shadow area will be brighten. And if we put this line down so the bright area will be darker. Okay. So you can see this one? Yeah, the dark area, they only brighten the dark area. And then if I put down here, they will reduce the white area. The light area and figure it. Okay, so here's my very favorite one. I increase here so the dark won't be that black. And then I put it down. So the white also won't be that high. Yeah, the next one, I wanted to make my product more focus. So I found that this here is quite distracting. So I want to darken this area, but before that... I think I want to crop it first Yeah, I think it's better And then I'll choose the Effects here okay, I'll put down the Vignette, wow! So nice. Wow! It makes our product more popped out Okay. I'll increase the Feather Yeah. Then I'll put down a little bit Okay, you can see that the image is much better. Okay. Okay, I think I'm done. 11. Adjust the Color of Your Edits!: And then let's continue. The Light here. Okay, I'll show you one technique here, I'll back to curve. And then I want to improve this. Yeah. Yeah, especially for dark mood like this. Here's one of my favorite effect I can choose. You can choose here, the blue one. And then the principle is still the same. I put three dots here, here, and here, okay, One, two, three. Have you seen the editing technique to make the dark mode like this more bluish. Yeah, because the technique I increase this one up in the shadow to make like bluish effect. Okay. Yes. Like this. Yeah. And then done. Okay. In this image, I'll modify the color because I want to increase the red in our... Tomato Soup more I want to make the Tomato Soup looks more delicious, okay?! I think this is a little bit orange. It's supposed to be red. Okay. Then I'll come to Color part here. Then let's go to Color Mix here. You can tap Mix. And then, okay, there are so many colors here. You don't have to worry. And this is, this feature is very amazing because you can modify each of the color in your image. Okay?! So you can increase the red to make the red become orange. You can edit it, the green, you can edit the blue in the image. Okay, there's three options here, Hue, Saturation, and Luminance. What is that? Okay, you didn't have to worry. It's very simple. In the Hue, you can twist the color. Let's say that you choose the red. Yeah, here, yeah, here. If I tap here, here's the orange and I'll start with the red one, I'll tap here. And then in the red section, in the red section, if I change the Hue, Hue is if I want to twist the color saturation, I want you reduce the intensity of the color in the Hue. if I change the Hue, you can see that the red becomes more orange. And then if I reduce the Hue, the red is more red, okay?! Okay, so I think I like this one, okay. And then if I change the saturation, you can see that if I reduce the saturation... the intensity of the red color will be gone. And if I increase the saturation, the intensity of the red will be increased. Okay, I think, I'll increase this one. And then for the Luminance, you can make the red more dark and more bright, okay?! And then I think I'll settle with this one. And then for the orange, I think the orange image is still high and then I'll reduce the orange part in it. Okay, it doesn't only works on our food, but it also works in overall image. Okay, so I think I'll reduce the orange because I want to change this one. All I focus is in the food because in this area, if we change, we can, we can edit it in another apps. Okay. So when I edit, the food and the color, I focused on the center of my food. Okay. Then I'll reduce the Hue to make the orange more red instead of more green. Okay. Oh, wow! Very nice. Okay. Look at the food, yes! 12. Raise the Brightness in Your Edits!: And then I think I can still detect a little bit purple color here. So since I don't have the purple color in this image, especially here, you can see it's a little bit purple. I'll reduce the purple color. The color part is specific for the image you create, so you don't have to copy these settings for all of your image because in the color of your image may be, it will be different. Okay?! So I'll explain to you what I do for this image. Okay? And then maybe the purple, I'll reduce the saturation and this one, I also reduce the saturation. Okay. Yup. Okay. It's getting better. And then maybe I'll increase the exposure a little bit to bring up overall image.... brighter. Yup. Okay. I'll see. I'll back to the color, I think. Mix color. Yeah. I want you to reduce this yellow area because because in my food there's no yellow color. But I think this is very dominant. And then I'll reduce the yellow color. I'll tap the yellow, and then I'll reduce the yellow color. It's saturation. And then also the green. The green. Actually for the green, in most picture I don't reduce the green because the green makes our food fresh. But since we don't have many greens here on our image here, so I'll reduce... this one, okay a little bit. Yup, okay. Look at this. Oh, you cannot imagine how far we can go from the Lightroom. Okay. Let's compare the before and after. Okay. This is before. Okay. You can see, this is the after. Yeah. So this is the power of the Lightroom. Yeah. We're not done here. I'll explain to you a couple more techniques in another app. 13. Save Your Edits into Presets!: Yeah, the next one. Before we move to another app, I'll explain to you about how to save the editing into your preset, okay So you can choose here, three dots here. And then you can choose "Create Preset" here. Then you can type and click here. Yeah, let's see. Usually I type the date of the day and then the explanation about the image. Okay and then I choose this Yeah, maybe this is the tutorial for the English version. Okay. And then I'll type here. Yeah, this is how we set our preset. How to use it? Okay. I'll explain to you after we save all of our history here and then I'll choose all, yep! We come back to the first image. And then to use the preset we've set just now. we can just use the preset here. And then we can find the preset here. Just choose here Then wow! But the preset doesn't crop the image, so.... So, let's crop the image once more Yeah. Okay, wait... too close. Okay, yes. Okay. Yeah. The last part is when you want to export it, Okay, to export the image, you can choose here. And then you can choose "Export to Camera Roll" Yes guys, okay. After this, you can find your image in the photos in your phone. Then we're moving to the another apps to increase the image even more. 14. Erase the Dirty Area on Your Edits!: Okay then... the next apps we want to use is this Snapseed Okay. here's some picture there is not covered by free Lightroom Mobile. So we mix the app with the Snapseed Okay. I'll explain you later. You can just type Snapseed on your Apps Store or Google Play Store. Yeah. You can just open it. Yeah. You can view like this one and then you can just open the last image. Yeah, open here, open from device. And then we can choose recent. Okay, Then we'll choose the last image here. We have just edited from the Lightroom, then okay. So let's do it. We can just choose tools. Okay In the special part of the Snapseed, is we will edit in the certain part of the image okay, We will take down this blue. You can see there's the blue paint here. We can take out this because this is from my props. I don't know why there's blue here, but yeah, it become a lesson because you can know how to take down this one. And then I'll increase the sharpness just in this area. Okay. And then yep. Okay. Let's do it. Let's choose tools. And then and then I will start with the Healing. Healing brush is very amazing tool because yeah, If you want to edit, I recommend that you oh, sorry. I'll go back. I'll choose this one. to back. If you want... to edit the detail part. I suggest you zoom the most of the image to edit it more detail. okay, just brush here with your hands in the blue area. Okay?! And the magic happens. Okay Yeah. Okay we're done. And then we just click here. 15. How to Edit Certains Area of Your Image!: Okay, what's the next? Let's choose tools here And I want to go here okay, the selective menu here is the feature if you want to edit, this certain area of the image, okay So in this case I want to increase the sharpness in my food. Then I'll come back to Tools and then I choose the Selective here. Okay First, I choose this one make sure the plus in blue color because to make sure we are choosing this one and then just tap once in the food. Yep. Now you can see the B letter here and then you can pinch your hands Yep. Like zoom in and zoom out, yeah. And then using both of your thumbs like this. And then you can make sure that the area is exactly only on your food okay You can swipe up and swipe down to see the menu. Swipe up and swipe down. Yeah, anywhere Anywhere, since you choose here. Okay. Since the color here is blue, then, when you swipe up, you can see the menu. And then I'll choose the structure here and I swipe right, and swipe left to increase the structure intensity. Here you can see the Structure is still zero. And let's swipe right, you can see that it is increase I can swipe until it's Maximum. Okay. Okay. Yep. And then I'll choose another one, this one. And I'll tap another food. And then I'll increase also the structure Okay. And then I think I have an additional one. At another one. I'll increase the brightness a little because there's a little dark. I think this one is good. Yeah. Okay. What else? Yeah, to export from the Snapseed. You can choose Export here, and then you can choose Save a Copy. Okay Now you can access your image from the photos in your smartphone. Yeah. We've already done for our first image. Okay guys, yup. Here's the preview of our image in the photos of my iPhone. And then I'll show you when I zoom in, can you believe this is the quality we can get from the phone there is under $100. Okay. The Sharp is high and then it's also look like high definition. And then you can see wow very detail, right? Yeah. Okay. Wow. This is very amazing. Yeah. Okay, so practice makes perfect. Okay, so you can try to practice the editing part, even if you still don't have the props like this, and then you still don't have... I cannot say that you don't have the phone. Yeah. Right. Okay. But if you don't have the props and don't have the proper image, then you can start the practice from this editing section using your own image and you, you will be amazed with your technique if you apply the skills I teach you just now, let's move to the next part. 16. Closing: I have tips for you to practice, okay? When you have finished all the videos in this course, while practice, I suggest you can practice while watching it again. And then maybe you can set the lightning and then open the video yeah. By your phone. Using your phone and then you can compare your settling in our setting. Yeah, maybe there's something you can remind. Maybe it's about the problems, maybe it's about lighting position. Maybe it's about the camera setting. Yeah. And anything? Yeah. I suggest you can watch it while setting. And then, second. It's very reasonable when you practice. And then maybe you find out that, Oh, why am I picture is not that good? Why my picture is not that amazing? Yeah, you don't have to worry because anyway, you have to aware that you have changed. What is the differences in you before you watch this video and after you watch this video. Because now, after you've learned all the videos, you can have steps to improve your picture. It's very reasonable when the first time we shot the frame, yeah, maybe is not as good as it is, but you know how to improve it. Maybe if props, maybe it's from the lighting position, maybe it's from the angle, maybe is from the editing steps. So I suggest you watch it maybe twice, especially from the editing parts, Maybe you can edit and watch the video to make sure you do all the steps that we've recorded for you. Okay. It's very nice to meet all of you and thank you for watching this class and I will see you in the next course. Okay, bye-bye.