Instagram Announces New Color and Fade Creative Tools

Instagram Announces New Color and Fade Creative Tools

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Instagram has announced new Color and Fade creative tools for its popular photos app.

In December’s creative tools update, we introduced five new filters and brought you the ability to tweak perspective as part of the Adjust tool. Today, we bring you two new creative tools: Color and Fade.

You can use the Color tool to tint the highlights or shadows in your photo. Choose from yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, blue, cyan or green to add a colorful look to the image. The Fade tool allows you to bring a quiet tone to your photos by softening colors.

Instagram Announces New Color and Fade Creative ToolsInstagram Announces New Color and Fade Creative ToolsInstagram Announces New Color and Fade Creative Tools

Instagram for Android version 6.19.0 is available today on Google Play. Instagram for iOS version 6.10.0 will be available in a few days. You can follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS to find out when it goes live. You may also want to check out their new Layout app.

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Instagram Announces New Color and Fade Creative ToolsInstagram Announces New Color and Fade Creative Tools
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iamdeveloper - April 8, 2015 at 6:21am
Someone please develop an app which can show original version of Instagram photo.
zartre.y - April 8, 2015 at 10:55am
LOL :D This is a good idea though, but I think it might not be possible. The photos uploaded to Instagram's servers are edited ones. Also, the editing process takes place on users' devices (client side), not on Instagram's. This means no original photos are kept on Instagram's servers, and therefore there is no way to know the original photos.
iamdeveloper - April 8, 2015 at 12:06pm
Yes you are correct. But if I try to dig info in metadata what filters were applied and try to reverse it or undo, I might reproduce real picture without effects. Thanks for great reply, I will try to tinker in this way..
zartre.y - April 9, 2015 at 10:55am
Oh, nice! I didn't even think of this. With that reversed method, I think it could be possible :D
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