Working the Filters Part Three
Filters are an important tool to create digital art with Urban Jungle Photo editor. Today’s blog post will be the final part of the series covering the filter tools. We can access the filter menu by touching the filters tab at the bottom.
The clarity tool allows us to increase the local contrast, which means to separate color tones on a smaller level. This makes the image appear more sharper, we can increase clarity by moving the slider to the right.
The negative tool, as the name suggests, reverses the image colors. So the red areas will appear cyan, green areas will appear magenta, and blues areas will appear yellow, and vice versa. This will make the image look as a total inversion of itself, the light areas will appear dark and the dark areas will appear light.
The edge blur tool simply allows us to put a blurring effect around the edges of the image. We can increase this effect by moving the slider towards the right.
Glare is caused when the light comes into contact with a highly reflective surface. One of the most common glares we observe is something called sun glare. This happens due to sunlight reflecting from the water droplets in the air. We can increase the intensity of the glare by moving the slider to our right.
The glare tool can be used to give us the illusion of a new source of light. For example, in our example here when we can use glare to make it look like our giraffe is standing under the street light.
This concludes our guide to working the filters in Urban Jungle Photo Editor.
If you are in a hurry and want to do a quick edit, remember Urban Jungle Photo Editor has dozens of pre-built filters that you can directly apply to the image. They are categorized into themes and are located below the filter tools.
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