#2[TUTORIAL]: Now you can use Photo Editing App Snapseed on your PC
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DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that one of the earliest examples of photo-editing happened to a photo of none other than former United States president Abraham Lincoln? Before the dawn of the computer, photos were edited by hand using paint, airbrushes, ink, and glue or by simply scratching Polaroids during its developing stages. However, during Abraham Lincoln’s campaign for the presidency during 1860, people have zero to no idea on what he looked like, leading the masses to begin spreading rumors of his rather “hideous appearance.” While these rumors mostly spread within the opposition’s circles, Lincoln enlisted the help of a well-known photographer named Mathew Brady, who then conceptualized and produced a photo of Lincoln which would make him look better. This photo was then manipulated further with lighting effects and artificial changes in order to improve it.
Photo manipulation was rather tedious and time-consuming back then until technological advancements gave way to photo-editing programs made for personal computers. Additionally, Adobe Photoshop released its first version in the 1980s and has since then become one, if not the top, of the most popular and widely-used photo-editing programs in the world. Due to this, the drawn-out methods of photo-editing in the past can now be simplified with a few clicks and keystrokes presently, along with an array of cameras with built-in filters.