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Tutorials

Snap Art: Introduction

This is the story of Snap Art. If you already own Snap Art, you can skip this one.

Images provided by Tony Sweet, Dustin Abbott, Jeff Butterworth, and Jimmy Beech.

Snap Art: Getting Started

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Demonstrates the basics of using Snap Art, including how to launch it from Photoshop and Lightroom.

Photo: Jeff Butterworth

Snap Art: Standalone Application

Snap Art now works as a standalone application. This video shows you how to launch it and process images in batches.

Images © Tony Sweet.

Snap Art: Lightroom

This video shows how to launch Snap Art from Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It also shows you how to batch process images with Snap Art.

Images © Joe Payne.

Snap Art: Aperture

This video shows how to launch Snap Art from Apple Aperture. It also shows you how to batch process images with Snap Art.

Images © Dylan and Sara Howell.

Snap Art: Effects Tour

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A tour of Snap Art's range of effects and a quick look at controls for perfecting your image.

Photo: Tyson Robichaud

Snap Art: Lighting for Textures

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Learn how Snap Art's Lighting controls can be used to emphasize the texture created by the build-up of paint.

Photo: Dylan and Sara Howell

Snap Art: Detail Masking

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This video shows you how to apply selective adjustments to specific areas of your image to enhance details, draw attention to your subject, etc.

Photo: Dustin Abbott

Articles

Snap Art 4 Shortcut Keys

Click through to this page for a list of all Snap Art 4’s shortcut keys.

Color to Black & White Conversion

To get great results from Pencil Sketch, you usually need to experiment with the black & white conversion controls. This article shows how.

Printing Advice for Snap Art

Images from Snap Art look really fantastic when printed and hung on your wall. Check out this article for some great tips and recommendations on getting the best results.

Pencil Sketches Made Easy

Snap Art’s pencil sketch effect delivers great results at the click of a button. In this article, we show you how to use the mask feature in order to refine your image and provide added detail where needed.

Snap Art for Video

Aside from stills, Snap Art works great with video images too. Take a look at these videos for details.

Advice from Photographers

Here are some useful articles by professional photographers on getting the most from Snap Art:

Art Effects Made Easy with Tim Grey
Flower Photography with Tony Sweet
Chris Wieck’s Snap Art Tips

More Resources

Tech Support

Our support page has lots of helpful articles to help you get the most out of Snap Art.

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Alien Skin Blog

The Alien Skin Blog is where we share anything interesting, like new videos, tips, product updates, sales, etc.

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Social Media

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Flickr

Fans of Snap Art and other Alien Skin products show off their creations in our Flickr group.

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Exposure X Bundle
Snap Art is part of the Exposure X Bundle, our collection of photography tools.

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Snap Art 4 Turn your photos into works of art.

Recent Snap Art Posts

The Exposure X Bundle Touches Down April 19th!

Our Photo Bundle will be released as the Exposure X Bundle on April 19th. The new version integrates the workflow between Snap Art, Blow Up and Exposure X. Save almost 60% on these great software titles by buying the bundle.

OS X El Capitan Compatibility

All of Alien Skin Software's apps are compatible with OS X El Capitan.

Creative Cloud 2015 Compatibility

Alien Skin products are compatible with the Creative Cloud 2015 release.

Dustin Abbott’s Horse Portrait

Dustin Abbott, one of Alien Skin's photographer buddies, shared an awesome new tutorial over on his blog. Dustin has been featured here bunches of times before, check them out. In this video, Dustin turns a shot of a horse into a nice-looking portrait. He covers a lot of ground in the video, so be ready for a learning experience. Dustin puts the masking tools in Photoshop to use. Next, he adds a texture layer in Photoshop and adds a coloring effect with Exposure. In addition to that, Dustin takes the image through Snap Art for a nice looking painterly effect. He finishes up the look with