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.
Demonstrates the basics of using Snap Art, including how to launch it from Photoshop and Lightroom.
Photo: Jeff Butterworth
Snap Art now works as a standalone application. This video shows you how to launch it and process images in batches.
Images © Tony Sweet.
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.
This video shows how to launch Snap Art from Apple Aperture. It also shows you how to batch process images with Snap Art.
Photos: Dylan and Sara Howell.
A tour of Snap Art’s range of effects and a quick look at controls for perfecting your image.
Photo: Tyson Robichaud
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
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