Filters add an important dimension to the picture whenever you are editing. Filters enhance the message you are trying to give with your art piece. Selecting the perfect filter for your image can be a pretty vital step of Photo editing.
In this week’s blog, we will be taking a look at some of the selection of filters Urban Jungle Photo Editor offers.
We can go into the filter menu by selecting the filter tile at the bottom of the screen.
The filters are further divided into categories based on a theme. The first one called vintage has filters with some damp saturation and hue-y glow to them. They are supposed to give the image an old vintage and rustic look.
The first filter in the vintage is called the Kodak 1. This filter really increases the whiteness of the image and also adds a little pink hue-y tint to it.
The second one is called Kodak 2 takes the whiteness down a little bit as compared to the last filter. It also has more of a yellowish hue to it.
Kodak 3 is the more exuberant of the 3 in the Kodak lineup. It has more of a blueish and indigo touch to it.
This concludes the Kodak family of filters in the Vintage section. We might look at other filter collections in a future blog post so follow us on Instagram and Facebook to get notified whenever we upload a new blog post.
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