Generate your own Filters

Click the image to apply the filter. Move the scroll bar to see all filters.

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1977

Aden

Amaro

Brannan

Brooklyn

Clarendon

Earlybird

Gingham

Hudson

Inkwell

Lofi

Maven

Perpetua

Reyes

Stinson

Toaster

Walden

Valencia

Xpro2

Applied filter: {{ filterName }}

.mask-custom { backdrop-filter: contrast(110%) brightness(110%) saturate(130%); mix-blend-mode: screen; background: rgba(243, 106, 188, 0.3); opacity: 1; }
Sample

Can you see me?

Filters

How to use it?

1. Download Filters Styles

2. Create the filter you like

3. Copy the generated code and paste it into the your project

Intro

How to edit photos better

Quality shot

The ultimate shortcut to crafting a great post or graphics is to begin with a quality photo.

Try shooting in natural light, and take a bunch of shots. That way you have choices.

Choose your filter

Filters are like ice cream flavors: tastes vary by person, but some are more popular than others.

And when it comes to figuring out your own preferences, the tried-and-true method is to sample widely.

Adjust Settings

Check the alignment, and if you’re the kind of person who is annoyed by a crooked painting on a wall, you should too.

You don’t need to pile on every effect. You just want to enhance what’s already eye-catching about your photo.

Camera RAW Filters

When processing photos, try to use RAW photos because it allow much more than photos in JPG format and is much easier to apply various types of filters to them

Clean Up Your Images

It’s always better to pay attention to be sure your horizon is horizontal when you shoot, but straightening and crop is also an easy first editing step.

Adjust the White Balance

White balance relates to color levels, not exposure levels. If your image has an overall color tone that you find displeasing or unnatural, you can adjust white balance to fix it.