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Filters list

Photo and color adjustments

Adjustmentsadjustments

Example parameters: brightness=40, contrast=20.

Filter for adjusting exposure, brightness, contrast, color saturation and gamma.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
brightness brightness 0 -100 100 Brightness:
-100 — totally black image,
100 — totally white image,
0 — original brightness
contrast contrast 0 -100 100 Contrast:
-100 — evenly grey image,
100 — binary image,
0 — original contrast
exposure exposure 0 -20 20 Exposure:
-20 — totally black image,
20 — overexposed image,
0 — original exposure
gamma-correction gamma 1 0.01 10 Gamma:
0.01 — underexposed image,
1 — original gamma,
10 — overexposed image
saturation saturation 0 -100 100 Saturation:
-100 — shades of grey,
0 — original saturation,
100 — highly saturated colors
use hsv color model use_hsv False If the value is true, HSV color model will be used.
If the value is false, HSL color model will be used

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Set saturationset_saturation

Example parameters: set_hsv=false, value=-55.
Example parameters: set_hsv=true, value=-55.

The chromaticity (color saturation) of each pixel of the picture in percent.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
saturation, % value 9 -100 100 Saturation value in percentage
HSV Color Model use_hsv False - - If the value is TRUE, HSV color will be used.
If the value is FALSE, HSL color model will be used.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Set Hueset_hue

Example parameters: value= -30.

Tone in terms of the HSV / HSL model (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HSL_and_HSV) of each pixel on the image in degrees.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Color tone, degrees value 27 -180 180 Hue value in degrees
Set level set_level False - - False - the hue value of each pixel will be changed in the following way: the value set by the Color tone parameter will be added to the current pixel hue value.
True - the hue value of each pixel is determined by the Color tone parameter. The original hue value is ignored.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Set Luminosityset_luminosity

Example parameters: use_hsv=false, value=50.
Example parameters: use_hsv=true, value=50.

The chromaticity of each pixel of the picture in percent.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Luminosity, % value 50 -100 100 Luminosity value in percentage
HSV Color Model use_hsv False - - If the value is TRUE, HSV color will be used.
If the value is FALSE, HSL color model will be used.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Blurblur

Example parameters: default.

Blur — the image is smoothed by the Barletta window.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Radius radius 5 0.001 100 Blur kernel radius
Use percentage use_percentage _values false Use radius in percentage of a larger image dimension instead of pixels.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Blur advancedblur_advanced

Example parameters: method = blur_motion; intensity = 25.
Example parameters: method = blur_zoom; intensity = 8.
Example parameters: method = blur_spin; intensity = 8.
Example parameters: method = blur_offset; intensity = 8.

Blur filter with the option to adjust the direction and intensity of the blur.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
blur type method Motion blur (horizontal); - - Blur type:
Motion blur (blur_motion);
Zoom blur (blur_zoom);
Spin blur (blur_spin);
Horizontal image "stratification" (blur_offset);
intensity intensity 5 0 100 Blur Intensity from 0 to 100.

Shadow highlightshadow_highlight

Example parameters: highlight_factor=6; highlight_range=0.6; shadow_range=0.

Shadow/Highlight correction filter (similar to the Photoshop tool of the same name).

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Shadows Brightening Strength shadow_factor 3 1 6 Shadows correction strength.
1 — delicate shadows brightening,
6 — strong shadows brightening
Highlights Darkening Strength highlight_factor 2 1 6 Highlights correction strength.
1 — delicate highlights darkening,
6 — strong highlights darkening
Shadow Range shadow_range 0.4 0 0.6 Parameter that determines shadow areas
Highlight Range highlight_range 0.25 0 0.4 Parameter that determines highlight areas

Resamplingresampling

Example parameters: width=200; height=20.

Resampling (downsizing or upsizing images).

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
width width 0 Desired image width
height height 0 Desired image height
Keep Aspect Ratio preserve_aspect False - - If the value is true, the Keep Aspect Ratio option is enabled

Desaturationdesaturation

A filter that transfers a photo into the B&W mode.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Sepiasepia

A filter that processes a photo with the sepia effect.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Color dominancecolor_dominance

Example parameters: hue_in_degree=80; fixed_saturation=0.6.

A filter that colors the photo in shades of one given color.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Hue hue 4.18879 0 6.283185307 A hue that is used to tint a photo. The value lies in the range of 0 to 2*PI. The default value means blue, the value of 0 is red, the value of 3.14 is cyan.
Hue Value in Degrees hue_in_degree 0 359 This parameter is the same as the previous one ("Hue"), but is indicated in degrees. If this parameter is used, then the "hue" parameter will be ignored (to be more exact, it will be recalculated with the following formula: hue = hue_in_degree * PI / 180.0)
Fixed Saturation fixed_saturation 0 0 1 If fixed_saturation=0, saturation of the source image will remain intact (black and white images will remain black and white; color images will be tinted with a selected color.)
If 0 < fixed_saturation <= 1, the saturation value of the source image will be multiplied by the fixed_saturation value (the more is this value, the more saturated the result will be).
If fixed_saturation=1, both color and black and white images will be tinted with a selected color to the maximum extent possible

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Split toningsplit_toning

Example parameters: balance=70; shadow_saturation=80.

Split toning effect (an effect that tints the highlights in an image with one color and the shadows with a different color).

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Desaturate desaturate False If the value is
true, the image will be desaturated before toning.
If the value is false, the image will not be desaturated
Balance balance 50 0 100 Balance between shadows and highlights (dark and light areas). The plurality of pixels, whose brightness level is lower than this value, are considered "shadows". Pixels, whose brightness level is higher than this value, are considered "highlights".
Shadow Hue shadow_hue 0 0 360 Desired hue for shadows. The value is given in degrees between 0 and 360 (each degree corresponds to a hue in a color wheel). 0 degrees is red
Highlight Hue highlight_hue 0 0 360 Desired hue for highlights. The value is given in degrees between 0 and 360 (each degree corresponds to a hue in a color wheel). 0 degrees is red
Shadow Saturation shadow_saturation 0 0 100 Saturation of a hue that is used for shadows toning. The less is the value, the more neutral (desaturated) the hue is. The more is the value, the more saturated is the hue set by the shadow_hue parameter.
Highlight Saturation highlight_saturation 0 0 100 Saturation of a hue that is used for highlights toning. The less is the value, the more neutral (desaturated) the hue is. The more is the value, the more saturated is the hue set by the highlight_hue parameter.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Vintagevintage

Example parameters: all.

The filter mimics the effect of a vintage (aged) photograph. The effect works only with the colors of the photo.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Palette Type palette_type BRONZE_SEPIA BRONZE_SEPIA DARK_YELLOW_RED Palette type:
BRONZE_SEPIA — Colors become warmer and a bit darker. Green and bronze tones prevail. Some vignetting is added.
DREAMY_RETRO — Dreamy retro effect. Warm light colors. Sepia, peach and violet tones prevail.
DARK_GOLDEN — Dark golden and green tones prevail.
GREENER_DARK_GOLDEN — The tones are even greener than in palette_type=2. The green tones are especially noticeable in shadows.
DARK_YELLOW_RED — This pallette type desaturates all colors in an image except for the red and yellow component and makes an image darker

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Color temperaturecolor_temperature

Example parameters: Correction Type=Preset, Temperature=3000.

Filter for adjusting thecolor temperature of the image.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Correction Type correction_type automatic - - Correction Type:
automatic — automatic color temperature correction;
preset — correction to a preset temperature value (the Temperature parameter is used);
manual — manual correction (Temperature and Tint parameters (for manual correction type) are used).
Temperature (for preset correction type) temperature 5200 1000 - The light source temperature value in Kelvin degrees used as a preset temperature for editing an image. The higher is the temperature of the light source, the ‘colder’ is the light, and the bluer are the colors of the image. The lower is the temperature of the light source, the more red is the light, and the more red are the colors of the image.
Temperature (for manual correction type) temp_value 0 -1 1 Image temperature will be adjusted to this temperature value. This parameter is similar to the temperature parameter. The coldest temperature value is -1, the warmest temperature value is 1.
Tint (for manual correction type) tint_value 0 -1 1 This parameter regulates the tint of the light source color from green (the value is -1) to purple (the value is 1). The parameter is similar to the Tint parameter found in the Basic tab in the Camera Raw module in Adobe Photoshop.
powbase powbase 2 2 - Strength of the correction. The more is the value, the more noticeable is the correction

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Warmwarm

Example parameters: default.

This filter makes an image 'warmer' or 'colder', depending on the parameter value.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Strength strength 2 0 5 The parameter sets the intensity of the blue and red components. The value of 1 corresponds to the original image. If the value is less than 1, the image gets bluer. If the value is more than 1, the image is made warmer.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Gradient mapgradient_map

Example parameters: default.

A "gradient map" links the equivalent range of grayscale images to the colors of a certain gradient fill.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
LowerRGB LowerRGB 7; 126; 205 0; 0; 0; 255; 255; 255; This parameter sets the color of the lower gradient border.
UpperRGB UpperRGB 233; 184; 205 0; 0; 0; 255; 255; 255; This parameter sets the color of the upper gradient border.

Red On Greyred_on_grey

Example parameters: default.

This filter finds red areas in an image and increases saturation in these areas. All other areas in the image are converted to grayscale.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Color Correction color_correction

Example parameters: default.

This filter performs color correction of an image by a combined application of 'Color Temperature' and 'Shadow/Highlight Correction' methods.

If an original image does not need much color correction, applying this filter will result in only slightly noticeable changes.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

High Dynamic Range hdr

Example parameters: default.

HDR (High Dynamic Range) effect.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Color Isolationcolors_isolation

Example parameters: default.
Example parameters: Use geometry=false, Maximize saturation=true, Smooth chroma map=false, Color filter=default.

The filter changes the saturation of certain areas in a photo, depending on specified color range.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Use geometry use_geometry false - - Try to erase small ‘holes’ in the color map when applying the filter.
Maximize saturation max_saturation false - - If the parameter value is false, then the color range specified in the ‘Color filter’ parameter is left unchanged. For other colors, the saturation value = 0.
If the parameter value is true, then the saturation of colors from the color range specified in the ‘Color filter’ parameter will be set to 100. For other colors, saturation = 0.
Smooth chroma map use_blur false - - Smooth (blur out) the color map when applying the filter.
Color filter hsl_filters - - - A set of color ranges in HSL space. The guidelines on how to work with this parameter can be found below.

The Color filter parameter can be configured via the Color Isolation Editor dialog.

The editor lets you specify one or several color ranges with the given tone and isolate them.

You can add / delete color ranges in the Colors panel, keeping in mind that they cannot overlap. Border and threshold values can be set in terms of numbers, by entering the desired values in the corresponding fields, as well as with the help of the mouse (to do so, just move the pointers on the scale).

Bound and threshold values on the left and on the right serve to create transitions of saturation from 100 to 0 (on the left) and from 0 to 100 (on the right) in the color range, as follows:

  • to the left of the ‘left bound’ saturation=0;
  • between the ‘left bound’ and the ‘left threshold’ saturation is increasing slowly;
  • between the ‘left threshold’ and the ‘right threshold’ saturation is either left unchanged (if Maximize saturation = 0), or maximized (if Maximize saturation = 1);
  • between the ‘right threshold’ and the ‘right bound’ saturation is gradually decreasing to zero;
  • to the right of the ‘right bound’ saturation=0.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Automatic Saturation auto_saturation

Example parameters: default.

Automatic saturation adjustment.

If an original image does not need saturation adjustment, applying this filter will result in only slightly noticeable changes.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Adjustment strength, % strength 50% 0% 100% Saturation correction strength

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

HSL Adjustment hsl_adjust

Example parameters: Red=100; Orange=-40; Yellow=-60; Green=-100; Aqua=-100; Blue=-100; Purple=-100; Magenta=50.

The filter detects the specified color components in an image and increases saturation in these areas. All other color components in the image are converted to grayscale.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Red red 30 -100 100 Saturation of the red component. If the value is 0, saturation of the red component is not changed. If the value is positive, saturation is increased. If the value is negative, saturation is decreased.
Orange orange 0 -100 100 Works in the same way as the red component.
Yellow yellow -100 -100 100 Works in the same way as the red component.
Green green -100 -100 100 Works in the same way as the red component.
Aqua aqua -100 -100 100 Works in the same way as the red component.
Blue blue -100 -100 100 Works in the same way as the red component.
Purple purple -100 -100 100 Works in the same way as the red component.
Magenta magenta -10 -100 100 Works in the same way as the red component.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Deblurringdeblurring

Example parameters: default.

Image sharpening.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Adaptive sharpening adaptive true - - Adaptive (edge) sharpening.
Strength strength 0.25 0 1 Sharpening strength. 0 - minimum intensity, 1 - maximum intensity.
Suppress halos suppress_halos false - - Halo suppression. Increases computation time significantly.
Advanced advanced false - - If the value is true, then Hanning filter will be used.
Radius radius 5 1 100 Hann convolution radius.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Sunlight Effect sunny_colors

Example parameters: default.

This filter increases contrast in an image and makes the colors warmer.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Blended filterblended_filter

Source photo
Desaturation filter
Setting the transparency
of the desaturation filter,
the value of the opacity
parameter: 204

This filter blends the original image and the image obtained as a result of processing with a specified filter, with the opacitycoefficient.

In the example above the opacity filter is applied together with the Desaturation filter, with the opacity coefficient: 204.

The series of examples makes it clear that the selected filter is applied to the original image first, and then opacity is added to the resulting image. That allows you to blend the result with the source image with the opacity set by the 'opacity' factor.

This filter works together with several filters. In the list of their parameters, there is an additional section containing the opacity filter (see the screenshot below).

To disable the filter, you need to delete the opacity value.

The minimum value of the opacity filter is 1, the maximum value is 255. With the minimum value (1) of the 'opacity' coefficient the applied effect will be almost invisible. With the maximum value (255), only the 'parent' effect (in this case - 'Desaturation') will be visible.

Filter Opacity
Desaturation,
the 'opacity' value parameter: 1
Filter Opacity
Desaturation,
the 'opacity' value parameter: 255
Parameter Min value Max value Description
Opacity opacity 1 255 Opacity factor

Opacity can be adjusted for the following filters:

Various Imitations

Channel shiftchannel_shift

Example parameters: horizontal_offset=5; vertical_offset=-5.

The filter performs a shift of the color channels relatively to each other.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Horizontal Offset horizontal_offset 2 - - Desired horizontal offset (in pixels or percents). The red channel shifts to the right by the specified number of pixels or percents. The green channel shifts to the left by the same number of pixels or percents. The blue channel is not shifted. If you want to shift the red and green channels to the opposite sides, this value should be negative. When using percents, the allowed values are from -99% to 99%.
-99% 99%
Vertical Offset vertical_offset 2 - - Desired vertical offset (in pixels or percents). The red channel shifts upwards by the specified number of pixels or percents. The green channel shifts downwards by the same number of pixels or percents. The blue channel is not shifted. If you want to shift the red and green channels to the opposite sides, this value should be negative. When using percents, the allowed values are from -99% to 99%.
-99% 99%
Use percentage use_percentage _values FALSE - - Use offsets in percentage instead of pixels

Edge detectionedge_detection

Example parameters: default.

A filter that seeks the borders of objects in the image and draws them (black on a white background).

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Strength strength 1 1 20 Edge strength. The more is this value, the thicker are the edges
Width width 1 1 5 Edge width in pixels
Eroded Edges eroding 1 0 10 Edge eroding width in pixels
Blur use_blur True - - Blur edges before eroding them (this parameter is valid only if eroding is enabled)

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Dave Hilldave_hill

Example parameters: radius1=3; radius3=10; alpha=30.

The filter imitates the style used by the famous photographer Dave Hill

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Radius 1 radius1 4 1 20 Blur radius used to calculate high-pass filter. The more is the value, the more pronounced effect this filter will have
Radius 2 radius2 7 1 20 Blur radius to calculate big high pass filter
Radius 3 radius3 5 1 20 Blur radius used to calculate resulting high-pass filter. The more is the value, the more pronounced effect this filter will have
Alpha Blending alpha 40 0 100 Alpha-blending coefficient (a photo edited with the Dave Hill filter is blended with a black and white variant of the same photo. 0 corresponds to a photo edited with the Dave Hill filter; 100 corresponds to a black and white image; values between 0 and 100 correspond to in between results)

Pixelation pixelation

Example parameters: Palette Size=32, Cell Width=8, Cell Height=8, Use Percentage=false.

Pixelation effect.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Cell width cell_width 4 1 - Horizontal size of a cell.
Cell height cell_height 4 1 - Vertical size of a cell.
Palette size palette_size 0 0 - Сolor palette size (the maximum number of colors in a resulting image). If this value is 0, color quantization is not performed, thus the number of colors is not limited.
Use percentage use_percent_values false - - If the parameter value is true, then width and height values are set in percentage terms.
If the parameter value is false, then values are set in pixels.

Infraredinfrared

Example parameters: default.

This filter imitates infrared camera effect.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Facial Treatment

This section describes filters that were created exclusively for facial templates. Additional info on how to insert faces can be found in this section.

Face insertionposition_by_face_points

This filter allows to insert a face into a given image.

The coordinates of the eyes centers and the corners of the lips are used to insert a face into a template. These points are specified by the 'Face Region' smart object. Additional info can be found in this section.

As seen in the examples above, you can specify any facial color, any location, size and facial angle in a template.
Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Face Mask - none - - This parameter determines whether to crop the face using the face mask:
- NONE (without crop);
- Figure mask;
- Face mask;
- Skin mask;
- Hair Mask;

More information on parameters that affect face insertion can be found here.

Rasterizationsticker

Rasterization is not a filter in a traditional meaning. In contrast to other filters that somehow change the image to which they were applied, Rasterization allows you to apply stickers to facial pictures and customize their parameters. More information about templates with stickers can be found here.

Emotions TransferEmotions Transfer

A filter that allows you to change facial expressions in faces recognized in user photos with the help of an extensive list of parameters.

Each parameter in the list is responsible for the appearance of a particular mimic element in the range of [-1, 2], where 0 corresponds to neutral manifestation of a mimic effect in a photo (filter sliders allow to set a value in the range of [0, 1]; all values ​​that are outside this range can be entered manually in the corresponding field on the right).

The visual emotion editor that allows to view the results of changing filter parameters in real time can be provided on demand by your template development manager.

Besides, the visual editor lets you export .xml files with facial expression settings.

To transfer data from the Visual emotion editor to the Emotions filter, export the resulting .xml file and then add the file with the parameters using the Upload XML button (alternatively, just drag it into the filter window).

When editing the Emotions filter in a ready-made template, you can export the resulting .xml file with the parameters and upload it into the Visual emotion editor in order to avoid configuring its parameters ‘blindly’. Then save the updated .xml file and upload it back to the Emotions filter. In this way, creating, editing, exporting and importing .xml files between these tools can be performed ‘in both directions’.

Eyes Healing eyes_healing

Example parameters: Perform eyes whitening = true, Face Count = 1, Red eye correction strength = 0.5, Eyes whitening strength = 0.25, Perform red eyes correction = True
Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Perform eyes whitening do_eyes_whitening False - - Whitening of the eye whites.
Face count face_to_find_count 1 1 5 The number of faces the eyes_healing filter will be applied to. The minimum threshold is one face.
Red eye correction strength correction_re_value 0.5 0.0 1.0 Strength of red eye correction (pupils darkening) in the range from 0 to 1 (fractional values are supported).
Eyes whitening strength correction_whitening_value 0.25 0.0 1.0 Strength of eye whites whitening, in the range from 0 to 1 (fractional values are supported).
Perform red eye correction do_red_eyes_correction true - - Red eye correction. If the value is true, the correction algorithm is enabled If the value is false, it is disabled.

Portrait Filter portrait_filters

Example parameters: Defocus Strength=0.5, Diffusion Strength=0.55, Color Correction Strength=0.55.

Using portrait filters

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Defocus strength defocus_strength 0.5 0 1 Intensity of blurring the background (in fact, depth of field in respect to a face or any other set area).
Diffusion strength diffusion_strength 0.4 0 1 Diffusion strength
Color correction strength glamour_strength 0.2 0 1 Color correction strength

Instagram filters

This section describes filters that are very similar to Instagram filters with the same names.

Instagram Amaroamaro

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Amaro filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Clarendon clarendon

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Clarendon filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Cube cube

Example parameters: Effect type = Aden.

Example parameters: Effect type = Juno.

Example parameters: Effect type = Lark.

Example parameters: Effect type = Ludwig.

Example parameters: Effect type = Slumber.

Depending on specified parameters, this effect imitates the following Instagram filters: Aden, Juno, Lark, Ludwig, Slumber.

Parameter Default value Min value Max value Description
Effect type table_name Aden - - The filter looks different depending on what value is selected for this parameter. The parameter can take the following values:
Aden
Juno
Lark
Ludwig
Slumber

Instagram Ginghamgingham

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Gingham filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Ginzaginza

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Ginza filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Helena helena

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Helena filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Hudsonhudson

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Hudson filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Kelvin kelvin

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Kelvin filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Lofilofi

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Lofi filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Mavenmaven

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Maven filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Moonmoon

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Moon filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Nashville nashville

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Nashville filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Instagram Valencia valencia

Example parameters: default.

An effect similar to Valencia filter on Instagram.

You can also adjust opacity for this filter.

Other filters

This section describes filters that are too difficult to distribute to existing categories because of them solving non-standard tasks.

Body detectionbody_detection

The filter is used together with the 'figure' user photo region (more details on figures can be found here). It allows you to detect a human figure in a photo and make the background around it transparent.

Neurofilters

Neurofilter is a special effect applied to the photo region, designed to transform it and make stylistically similar to the subject of painting.

To apply the neurofilter to the selected photo region, you have to open the list of filters for the region and select the "Neurofilter" in it.

Next, in neurofilter properties you have to select the necessary visual effect.

Neurofilters usage restrictions:
  • It is impossible to use neurofilters without an Internet connection (even if local processing of test user photos is enabled in the Template Creator).
  • It is highly undesirable to use neurofilter for orientation in more than one photo region.
  • Using neurofilters together with the filters for facial insertion is of limited nature: it is not recommended to use neurofilters in templates with multiple insertions of the same face.
  • Using neurofilter can be a reason for resizing of the original photo if its size exceeds 960x960 pixels. If the original photo is larger, it will be reduced to a size of960 pixels on the larger side.
    Consequences:
    1. We do not recommend to set to the photo regions with the applied neurofilter dimensions exceeding 960px on the larger side. Otherwise, the userphoto may be enlarged automatically and become "soapy".
    2. It is advised to enable zoom prevention mode (autoresize).

The list of neurofilters is available below:

Abstract turquoise

Airy aquarelle

Almost Art

Aureolin stained glass

Autumn Calm

Azure sparkles

Bavarian forest

Below zero

Bewitched

Bluish acrylic painting

Bokeh bubbles

Botanika

Caramel mood

Cerulean blue

Chalky grounds

Charcoal on toned paper

Chilly morning

Code Rouge

Coffee news

Colored marble mosaic

Colour Splash

Crayon strokes abstract

Crimson sugar

Cubism acrylics

Day at the Beach

Denim stories

Digital oil painting

Down to earth

Drinko pop

Eevien tan

Emerald green abstract

Endless ripples

Enigma

Evergreen

Eyes of pharaoh

Feathery clouds

Feeling Sepia

Fever

Firestorm

Fond memories

Fresh Aquarelle

Fuchsia

Gingerbread

Glaring glory

Glowing neon

Gold rush

Golden hed kandi

Golden moment

Gonzo

Good karma

Gouache abstract art

Gouache abstract

Graffiti

Grunge violet

Happy Days

Hoar frost coating

Honey Meadow

Icy hot

Ink on aged paper

Invisible Thread

Japanese art

Japanese prints

Japanese style

Joyful Day

Kandinsky

Kid pointillism

Lavender Mallow

Lavender water

Lempicka

Light green fantasy

Lightness of Being

Lilac Mist

Lily of the Valley

Liny comics

Liquid Blue

Liquid time

Lucent pebbles

Lyrical abstraction

Matte Art

Mellow Yellow

Melting Reality

Merry fir needles

Midsummer mystery

Modern cubistis drawing

More Light

Motley painting

Munch

Neon abstract art

Nighty night

No more sorrow

Oil in green ochre tints

On a Clear Day

On the bright side

Orange sunset

Orrange

Paper art

Patch Patch

Paul gauguin

Pencil shavings craft

Pentagon

Picassos cubism

Picassos still life

Pinkish pastel

Pop art on canvas

Pop art style

Prickly nonsense

Psychedelic dream

Purity

Purple Aqua Art

Purple Breeze

Raw umber on canvas

Red Tide

Red marble mosaic

Renaissance painting

Renoir

Retro in Blue

Rock and roll

Rough lines

Rusty patterns

Sea foam

Sensation

Sense of drawing

Silk lilies

Smoke and mirrors

Snowy veil

Soft pastels drawing

Soft shades watercolor

Soft shadings

Soft spot

Splatter watercolor

Starry night

Storm lights

Sugarhouse tiles

Summer Citrus

Sunset comics

Surreal green

Surreal ink and tea

Surreal turquoise

Tender touch

Textured warm colors

The scream

Think pink

Through the Ages

Tranquillity

Twilight Riddle

Ultramarine sky

Under the Sea

Up and up

Vanishing Dreams

Vintage wood print

Violet Fading

Viva la Lemon

Vivid lettucce

Watercolor mosaic

Weightlessness

Where Grass is Greener

Whimsicality

Wickerwork mosaic

Winter night

Wonderland

Wood Carving

Woodburning

Yellow dandelions