SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Major updates to the Instagram version 6.0 apps mean you can now fine-tune every nuance of the old 20 filters.
Among the tools debuting June 3rd, you can now add “Filter Strength,” along with traditional brightness and contrast, warmth and saturation.READ MORE: UPDATE: Pleasanton Police Announce Body Found Matching Description of Missing Jogger Philip Kreycik
More advanced tools include Highlights, Shadows, Vignette (darkens the outer edges in a circle around the center of the frame), and Sharpen.
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Combine these new tools with the 20 preset filters, and Instagram may take you more than just an instant to dial in your perfect photo.
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- Tap to open up photo-editing tools.
- Tap Brightness to make your photo brighter or darker.
- Tap Contrast to make the bright areas of your photo brighter and the dark areas darker.
- Tap Warmth to shift the colors of your photo towards warmer orange tones or cooler blue tones.
- Tap Saturation to increase or decrease the color intensity of the image (ex: adjust up to make the red redder).
- Tap Highlights to adjust the focus on the bright areas of the image.
- Tap Shadows to adjust focus on the dark areas of the image.
- Tap Vignette to darken the edges of the photo. Adding a vignette can direct the attention away from the edges towards the center of the photo.
- Tap Sharpen to add crispness to your photo and make the photo appear clearer.
- Tap Next to add a caption and location and to share your photo.
Update to version 6.0 for your Android or iPhone in the Google Play Store or on iTunes.