With all the recent 2017 Snapchat updates, the popular photo sharing app is looking more like Photoshop everyday. Now users will be able to change the color of any object in their snap with Snapchat's Tint Brush feature. The Snapchat Tint Brush will let you "paint" a new color over any object in your photo with one simple swipe.
But the Snapchat Tint Brush tool isn't just for changing your lipstick from red to pink or changing the sky from blue to purple. You can also use it to change parts of your photo from black to white while keeping other parts in color.
Keep reading to learn how to make part of your snap black and white with Snapchat Tint Brush!
Snapchat Tint Brush: How To Make Part Of Your Snap Black And White
Using the Snapchat Tint Brush feature is easier than you think. First you take a Snap as usual.
Then click on the scissors icon on the right hand side of the screen.
Next, all you need to do is select the bottom brush icon underneath the icons for the magic stickers, magic eraser and backdrops. Two quick clicks and you're ready!
Once you're in the Snapchat Tint Brush tool, you will have to select the desired color you want to change something to using the color bar tool on the right. Slide it up and down until you find the perfect color. Then trace the outline the object whose color you want to change with your finger.
To create a black and white effect, select a dark grey or black hue from the color bar.
Feel free to recolor the objects that will remain in color too!
Just like that, your snap will now be black and white with isolated parts in color!
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