The Brush Tool in Snapseed from Google is a useful option when you want to change one part of your photograph without altering the rest of the image. With the Brush Tool, you can literally paint over the regions that you would like to change in your photograph.
Mastering Snapseed’s Brush Tool is not hard but there are some secrets here. First, I urge you to use the Exposure Brush instead of the Dodge & Burn brush whenever possible. Not only does the Exposure Brush offer an additional level of control but it also easier to paint away your changes with this option if you push things too far.
Second, there is a far more elegant way to make the same kind of changes that I demonstrate in this video tutorial inside of Snapseed from Google. This more elegant, and more flexible method, for painting in the changes that we want to make to our mobile images utilizes the incredible power of Snapseed’s secret Edit Stacks Masking Brush feature and it is the subject of our next tutorial!