Sometimes you have taken a beautiful picture, but if you take a closer look at it, you will see several ugly spots and blemishes. Shame about the photo, isn’t it? iPhoned shows you how to remove spots in photos on your iPhone and on your Mac.
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Edit photos on iPhone
The built-in Photos app gives you quite a few options for editing your snaps. Unfortunately, the app does not have a function to remove stains on your iPhone, for example. The Mac version does have this feature, but more on that later.
So you are dependent on other programs on your iPhone. Snapseed therefore comes in handy, especially if your photography is one of your hobbies. It is one of the better apps that makes removing blemishes and blemishes from your photos super easy. The app is also completely free to download from the App Store. You are also not tied to all kinds of subscriptions with Snapseed.
Remove Stains on iPhone with Snapseed
With Snapseed, retouching issues like this is a breeze. Still, you need to know where the function is in the app. Snapseed has quite a lot of functions to edit photos. To remove stains in the app, use the ‘Equalize’ function. Follow this step-by-step plan to retouch your photo.
Remove Spots on iPhone Photo
- Open Snapseed and tap the screen;
- Tap ‘Open from device’;
- Choose a photo to edit;
- Tap ‘Tools’ at the bottom;
- Choose ‘Equalize’;
- Zoom in on the photo;
- Swipe or tap with your finger on the stain you want to remove;
- Tap the checkmark at the bottom right and ‘Export’;
- Choose ‘Save’ and ‘Edit’.
The final result is saved in your photo library. By choosing ‘Save’ in Snapseed (and not ‘Export’), the changes you have made can always be undone. You have to open the photo again in Snapseed.
How to Remove Spots on iPhone Photos on Mac
You don’t need any additional apps on the Mac. The Photos app has a retouch feature built in. On a Mac, do the following:
- Open the Photos app on your Mac;
- Double click on the photo you want to edit;
- Click on ‘Edit’ at the top right;
- Zoom in on your photo;
- Click on ‘Retouch’ and on the brush below;
- Adjust the size of the brush with the slider;
- Click on the spot and draw over it;
- Click ‘Done’ to save the updated photo.
More tips on photo editing
Want to learn more about editing photos on your iPhone? These are the best free Photoshop apps in our opinion. Did you know that there is even such a thing as a professional iPhone photographer? You can read more about that below!
Read more: For example, a professional iPhone photographer turns his photos into works of art.