Steps to Make the Background Black &White in Snapseed

The procedure we would apply in this article is Selective Coloring. You can use many tools with Snapseed to get a powerful effect. Choose the photo which you want to edit and start saving the image copy in the selected folder. Here are the steps mentioned below to make the background black & white in Snapseed:

•    Go to the photo which you wish to edit in the Snapseed.

•    Choose the Tools, Black, and White options.

•    Choose the Neutral option.

•    It will change all the photos into monochrome.

•    Choose the checkmark to agree.

•    Choose the Layers symbol located at the upper side of the display.

•    Select the View Edits option provided at the end of the display.

•    Click on the Black and White option.

•    Choose the brush symbol given in the middle of the slider window, which is showing on the screen.

•    Choose the Invert Tool given near the X button.

•    Decrease the Black & White option into 0.

•    Choose the Mask symbol.

•    It will change the photo into a red color.

•    Start using the finger to move outside the photo to return to the original color.

•    Choose the Checkmark option.

•    Choose the Save as option for storing the image copy in the selected folder.

Additional Way to Make the Background Black & White in Snapseed

Follow the additional method listed below for this procedure. Snapseed is a platform where you can track a subject, but you have to use the Black and White option for this procedure.

•    Go to the photo which you wish to edit in the Snapseed.

•    Choose the Tools, Black, and White options.

•    Click on the Neutral option.

•    Click on the checkmark option.

•    Choose the Layer Settings symbol located at the upper side of the display.

•    Select the View Edits option located in a new window.

•    Choose the Black and White option by going to the edit window.

•    You will get the brush symbol in the middle of the display.

•    Increase the Black and White option to 100 in the middle of the panel.

•    Choose the Invert Tool located at the end of the display.

•    After that, choose the checkmark option.

Peter Smith is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, he has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as www.office.com/setup.

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