Let us continue to dive further into the filter tools for objects in the Urban Jungle Photo Editor. We have already covered most of the basic tools in Part One of this series. Today we will be looking at the remaining tools that we have not covered yet.
First, as with any of our art pieces, let us set the scene. This elephant will do nicely walking down a brick-paved street.
The Hue slider gives us control over how much red, blue, green, and yellow the color and shade of the overall object is. By sliding around, we can, we can turn our elephant into different shades whilst maintaining the texture.
The temp tool stands for temperature, again this function similar to the temp tool for backgrounds. This slider alters the color temperature for the selected object, by switching between different light sources for that object. This allows us control over the type of colored light that is illuminating the object.
In our case, let us adjust the color temperature of the elephant to match the lighting conditions of its environment.
The tint of an object has a unique effect, like how an object appears behind a tinted window. Using the slider, we can choose between different shades of tint to be applied to the elephant.
The blur tool as the name suggests controls how blurry the object appears. By increasing the blur we can go from 100% clear to 100% blurred.
This concludes our section on filter tools for objects/ layers. In the next guide, we will be looking at different ways to edit the shadows of an object.
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