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Instagram allows you to create masterpieces from not the most successful photos using retouching and filters. What each of the 40 filters of the service gives and how best to use them. Clarendon - One of the most popular Instagram filters, it was originally only available for videos. Brightens and intensifies colors. Gingham - Blurs the image slightly, creating a slight fade effect. If the photo is dark, this filter will give it a yellowish tone. If light, it will make the image brighter, as if shrouded in a romantic haze. Moon - A black and white version of the previous filter, only Moon emphasizes the shadows a little more. Lark - Lightens the image. Brightens all colors except red. Reyes - One of the vintage Instagram filters. Lightens the image and decreases the saturation of colors, which creates an old-fashioned effect. Juno - Enhances colors, making them richer and deeper. Lightens yellow, orange and red.
Other filters include Slumber, Crema, Ludwig, Aden, Perpetua, Amaro, Mayfair, Rise, Hudson, Valencia, X-Pro II, Sierra, Willow, Lo-Fi, Inkwell, Hefe, Nashville, Stinson, Vesper, Walden, Earlybird, Brannan, 1977, Kelvin, Sutro, Toaster, Maven, Ginza, Skyline, Dogpatch, Brooklyn, Helena, Ashby, Charmes. Instagram filters are thematic presets (graphic templates) designed for superficial and semi-automatic processing of photos or videos before publication without using third-party tools. They appeared on the social network back in 2011 and since then have become an indispensable photomontage tool that saves time when preparing new posts.
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