Tap on it and select View Edits. It will display all the changes that you have done so far. Start by drawing a mask layer covering the over-exposed sky. The mask will be denoted by red. Since Snapseed doesn't have an automatic edge-detection, you will have to mark the edge manually. The trick is to magnify the image and then draw the outline. Once done, fill the insides as precisely as you can. Now, all you need to do is tap on Done. A soft blue tone will replace that white sky. Snapseed can't recreate the original scenery if the original image doesn't pack enough information.
Hence, you should use it only if the blue of the sky complements the rest of the image. If it doesn't, then check the following method. If you are new to the art of double exposure , let me tell you that you can create stunning images with it. You can add layers of a couple of pictures on top of each other to yield a beautiful result.
In our case, I will add a secondary image of a sky and then use View Edits to apply it in a specific area. Step 1 : As in the above method, begin by adjusting the contrast and exposure. Place it carefully on the overexposed area. Sexy blonde dance club girl learns the photography trade and moves to New York in pursuit of a new career. I just sat through the better part of a day watching Cleo Moore movies and by far this one is my favorite. She was pretty good in "One Girl's Confession", she was OK in "Women's Prison" she just didn't have enough to do but here she really stretches her legs.
She carries the whole thing all by herself and she does it with aplomb, like the veteran she was this was her 23rd out of 25 movies. She plays a career woman driven by her shady past to rise to the top of her profession, photography. The only fly in the ointment was Richard Crenna whose character behaved like a spoiled child, his fragile male ego threatened by her success. The end was disappointing but right along the standards of the day.
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