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Shadows, Blurs, and Other Useful Filters in Inkscape - Tuts+ Design & Illustration Tutorial

Shadows, Blurs, and Other Useful Filters in Inkscape - Tuts+ Design & Illustration Tutorial | Photo Editing Software and Applications | Scoop.it
As soon as you open the filters menu in Inkscape, you'll notice that there's a ton of them! When filters are introduced, they present a lot of quick and easy ways to make advanced drawings. Let's learn about a few useful filters, the filter editor, and check out some cool design ideas. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Short; Tags: Tools & Tips, Tutorials, Vector
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Filters for drawings, this is a first. Inkscape has a cool setting that allows you to select from a variety of filters. To enhance shadows, feathering or even motion blur.

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Improve your iPhone Instagram experience

Improve your iPhone Instagram experience | Photo Editing Software and Applications | Scoop.it

Instagram has become a go-to sharing photography app. With the addition of video it has only improved over time, even after the Facebook buyout. 

While many have tried, they don’t seem to be able to knock Instagram down. It’s simple to crop, caption, add filters and share your square photos with friends. At the same time you can also send them off to sites like Flickr, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and Email.

I’ve tried others like EyeEm for photos and Vine for six-second videos, but I always head back to Instagram each time.

Instagram, with the addition of 15-second videos, has raised the bar. I am really impressed with the added video interface. It gives you plenty of control, letting you edit your video down to 15 seconds either cropping time off from the beginning or end by dragging the click from left to right. There’s also a slider to make the durations shorter. Next, you pick a filter. It wouldn’t be a popular app without it. Picking a cover frame is next, it's just a slider along the bottom.


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Instagram has been used a lot today. Let's add to it a bit more, shall we. How to improve your iPhone experience with Instagram. Sounds simple and to the point. But this article gives a clear description why, other photo editors may not make the cut.

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