This tool simulates color filters that traditionally are attached to a camera lens.  Professional photographers often place glass filters in front of the camera lens to “cool” or “warm” a picture, or to add special effects. These can also be used to accentuate complementary colors and add creative toning to your photos. 

  • Amount. Controls how much of the colored filter is added to the image.
  • Hue. Sets the color value for the photo filter.
  • Saturation. Controls the intensity of the color added to the image.
  • Preserve Luminosity. This option prevents the overall exposure of the image from changing.  It is useful for most cases and should be turned on to compare its effect.

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