Revert a Photo to an Original Copy with Snapseed for LG L70

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Hello and thank you for watching VisiHow. Today, I will show you how to revert to the original copy of your photograph on Snapseed photo editor on your LG L70.

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Steps

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    To begin, unlock the phone by pressing the top right-hand side button
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    Then swipe up one time
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    If Snapseed is not loaded on your home screen, we can access that via our "Apps" menu
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    We can reach our "Apps" menu on the home screen. It's a gray box icon with a bunch of white squares inside of it.
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    We do have a Snapseed icon loaded on our home screen
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    It looks like a leaf in front of a small card. For now, we will open the app from the home screen by tapping the Snapseed icon one time.
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    We can see that we have been editing a photograph here
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    We'll make a few more changes by pressing on the pencil icon on the lower right-hand side of the screen. That opens up our tools
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    We are going to go to "Transform"
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    We see that we have "Vertical Perspective"
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    When we press and hold on the screen, we have the option to change it to "Horizontal Perspective and "Rotation".
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    We'll change our horizontal perspective by sliding over the screen to change how the photo is viewed
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    We can save the change by placing our finger over the check mark on the bottom right-hand side, which saves a second change
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    We can keep making changes by pressing down on the pencil icon again
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    For example, we can crop the image by pressing down on "Crop" under tools
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    After making the changes, we can save again by pressing on the check mark
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    Let's say we have made a number of changes and we made a mistake but we saved them
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    We can press on these three dots in the upper right-hand side of the screen next to where it says "SAVE" and "3". Tap those three dots icon and a small pop-up menu will appear.
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    We can press "Undo", but if we made multiple changes and wanted to start completely over from the original copy, press on "Revert"
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    Select "Revert" by tapping it one time.
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    It gives us a pop-up window saying "All changes will be lost
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    Tap "Revert" to revert your image to its original state. Tap down on "Revert". Now we have the original copy of the image, and we can continue our editing process.
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    This concludes our presentation today on how to revert your image to its original copy in Snapseed photo editor in your LG L70
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    If you have any question, comments or suggestions, please leave them in the space below.
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Recent edits by: Crystal, Eng, Catch21chuck

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