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Image Filters and Adjustments

With your Gelato+ subscription, you will have access to image filters in our design editor. You can perfect the images in your photos with filters or adjust the lighting for a more dramatic effect.

Before starting to use this tool, you must first install it either by visiting the Apps section from the sidebar. 

How to access the Image Filters?

All you have to do is to click on the image layer you wish to adjust and the options "Filter" and "Adjustments" will appear on the menu above.


When a filter is selected, you will also see a slider to adjust the intensity of the effect of the filter. We currently have eight filters for you to choose from:  Sepia, Brownie, Polaroid, Technicolor, Vintage, Frost, Grayscale, and Black & White

Now, image modifications are also possible with the Adjustments button!

Is your image too dim? Forgot to white balance? Now you can change the values for image Brightness, Contrast, Temperature, Saturation, Hue, and Vibrance conveniently from our design editor. 

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