A Color Story just released it’s biggest *FREE* update to tools ever!! Introducing … selective edit! We’re so excited about this update. If you’re not sure what selective edit is, it basically gives you the option to change up a certain part of your photo without affecting anything else. This is perfect for those photos where a section is too dark, but you don’t want to lighten up the whole photo. Or maybe you just want to change the hue of the sky? There is SO MUCH you can do with this addition to the tools. We also love that the selective edit tools isn’t just for brightness, contrast, or saturation. You can selectively edit with almost any tool in A Color Story!
To use selective edit, open a photo in A Color Story and tap “Tools” in the bottom menu. From there, tap “Adjust” and choose what tool you would like to use. Once you open a tool, you should see a little (+) icon in the bottom left corner. Tap that button and move the target around to the area you want to edit. You can pinch the target to make it smaller or larger and move the sliders to change the intensity! Here’s a video to see the tool in action:
We hope you love this new addition as much as we do! It’s perfect if you were wanting to do more precise editing on your photo. Be sure to use #AColorStory so we can see how you use selective edit! -The ACS Team