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What it does: Adds a hazy, retro glow
Best for: Moody European street scenes, late-night interior shots of wine bottles, anything hashtagged #tbt
What it does: Corrects harsh light and adds a pastel-y vibe
Best for: Pictures of your feet, fixing skin blemishes (seriously!), making your Cabo vacation look wistful and introspective
What it does: Smooths and softens
Best for: Pets, children, lattes
Photo credit: @theandrearomano
What it does: Brings out greens and blues
Best for: Futuristic trains coming right at you; OMG nature shots; the view from your 5 a.m., 32-degree, six-mile run (not that you’re bragging)
What it does: Brings out reds and yellows
Best for: Cool old buildings, sunsets, making it seem like you didn’t use a filter (but you totally used a filter)
Hey, Insta-addicts. In between your frantic holiday chronicling of trees/menorahs/children, you probably noticed a few mysterious filter names pop into your queue.
No, your eyes did not deceive you--the app just slyly released five new filters this past month. “Fine,” you say. “But which is best for capturing the glory that is my dinner?”
Here, our guide to what the new filters are and how you should be using ‘em.
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