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Post-produce a photo: filter your renders
Post-produce a photo: filter your renders

Discover post-production and its tab for filtering your image through this article

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Written by Jessy Afonso
Updated over a week ago

This article explains how to modify and enhance a photo rendering.

This action is called post-production.

To understand how to generate a photo, click on this article.

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Step 1: What is the EDIT feature?

The EDIT feature is unlimited. Each rendering can be improved and modified.

Here is an example of post-production:

Without Edit

With Edit

You can save your changes for reuse and export your renders in different formats (.PNG, .JPEG, .PDF, .WEBP).



Step 2: How to find the EDIT feature?

You have two options to find the Edit feature:

Option 1:

  • Go to your project

  • Click on your renders

  • Click on the render you wish to edit

Option 2:

  • Click on the "Renders" tab

  • Click on the render you wish to edit


Step 3: How to filter your photo?

Filters allow you to apply predefined visual effects to your images. Whether it's enhancing colors or creating specific looks, filters allow you to instantly change the mood and style of your image.

By default, filters are set to 50%. Move the slider to change a setting or enter a value directly.

Here are the possible renders with the different filters on the same image ↓

1920 A.D

Sepia

Snappy

Chestnut

Pebble

Moss

Zephyr

Golden

Sunrise

Pumpkin

Candy

Colorful

Food

High Carb

Pro 400

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