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You can use a two-finger pinch to adjust the radius around the control point, and then adjust the relevant settings simply by flicking your finger right or left across the screen.

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Filter tips

You can add multiple control points and adjust different settings with each one, and I also like the Undo command, which allows you to step back - or redo - multiple recent edits.

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Get creative

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The app also includes a selection of standard filter effects, such as vintage film, dramatic lighting, and a "grunge" effect that makes it look like someone’s spilt coffee on your photo and then jumped up and down on it a few times for good measure.

However, it’s the ability to use control points to fine tune specific areas within an image that has allowed Snapseed to elbow all the other photo apps off my iPad at the moment. ®

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