The built-in Cinemagraph Pro for iOS adjustments will allow you to edit the color, light, tone curve, and vignette. The app is also equipped with a library of presets you can use or make further adjustments to. 


Adjustments

Color | Temperature refers to the color characteristics of a light source. Move the slider to the right to apply a warmer color temperature to your cinemagraph or move the slider to the left to apply a cooler color temperature.

Color | Tint is a variation in color from an image’s original hue. Move the slider to the right to apply a red tint to your cinemagraph or move the slider to the left to apply a green tint. 

Color | Saturation is the color intensity in an image. The larger the value, the more saturated the result. Move the slider to the right to apply a greater difference between colors in your cinemagraph or move the slider to the left to reduce the difference between colors. 

Light | Brightness is a characteristic of visual perception in which a source appears to be radiating or reflecting light. The larger the value, the brighter the result. Move the slider to the right to brighten your cinemagraph and move the slider to the left to darken it. 

Light | Contrast is the scale of difference between highlights and shadows in an image. The larger the value, the more contrast in the resulting image. Move the slider to the right to apply a greater difference between highlights and shadows in your cinemagraph or move the slider to the left to reduce the difference between highlights and shadows. 

Tone Curve | The tone curve is a powerful tool used for advanced tonal adjustments. Select which color channel to adjust by tapping on the RGB or individual red, blue, and green color channel tabs. Use the sliders to adjust the blacks, shadows, highlights, and whites in the selected color channel. 

Vignette | A vignette is an effect which will embellish the edges of your cinemagraph in a circular formation. Increase the intensity to darken the edges and decrease the intensity to lighten the edges. Adjusting the radius of the vignette will change the distance from the center of the effect. Move the slider to the right to tighten the radius of the vignette or to the left to loosen the radius of the vignette. 


Presets

You can preview a variety of filters under the presets tab in Cinemagraph Pro for macOS. After selecting a preset, you can return to your adjustments to continue editing the color, light, tone curve, and vignette. 

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