Pheasant shooting and Snapseed experiments

Went out today to try to capture a magical tree, but alas the weather is not with me! Going to try one last time at mid day! But it wasn’t a complete waste of a holiday morning as I did get a few shots, that I have been playing with using Snapseed, a free photo editing app.

Thus far it seems pretty simple to use for little experiments. Think you could make some interesting gift card images or photoscreen print images using apps like this.

If anyone has advise on other iPad apps to use please let me know! And as always, feedback is greatly appreciated!





The magic tree from yesterday.


Published by sophiesart

East sussex based artists, photographer and art teacher. Inspiration, Education and Wellbeing and the core of The Arts School where I teach a range of courses to develop your confidence, knowledge and skills. My own work reflects the world around me. I love collaboration so contact me to see how we can work together

2 thoughts on “Pheasant shooting and Snapseed experiments

  1. I like them all , but particularly the top and bottom (forest pictures) and particularly the bottom picture. I love the contorted tree in the middle of the frame, framed by the two straight trees. The lighting is great and creates mood and atmosphere. I have only used snapseed on a laptop but I think its as good as anything for the kind of processing effects it creates.

    Anyway, great photographs…!!

    1. Thank you for your comments! Just had a Internet stalk of your work, and love the fishing boat on Dungeness beach! I did a few projects with students where I took them there for the day to explore, create and document, it is an amazing place!
      I look forward to following your work!

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