Applying Color Filters with iPhone Photos App

Q

How to apply color filters on photos with iPhone Photos app? I want to filter out colors to make my photo black and white.

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A

The filter tool in iPhone Photos app allows you to apply one of 9 predefined color filters on existing photos. You can change color photo to black and white using these steps:

1. Open Photos app and tap on "Albums" near the bottom of the screen. You see your photos listed in different albums.

2. Tap on "Camera Roll" to open the camera roll. You see a list of photo previews displayed.

3. Tap the photo you want to enhance. You see the photo displayed in full size.

4. Tap "Edit" near the top right corner of the screen. You see some editing icons displayed.

5. Tap on filter icon near the bottom of the screen. iPhone Photos Filter Icon You see screen changed to filter mode.

6. Tap on "Noir" to apply the black and white filter. You see photo changed to black and white.

7. Tap "Done" near the bottom right corner of the screen to save the change.

The picture below shows you how to apply color filters on photos in Photos app on your iPhone (source: birdnote.org):
Applying Color Filters with iPhone Photos App

iPhone Photos app supports the following 9 predefined filters:

  • Mono - Black and white image with lowered brightness
  • Tonal - Balanced color image with saturation stripped
  • Noir - Black and white image with high contrast
  • Fade - Lightened image with lower saturation
  • None - Balanced color image. This is the default
  • Chrome - Brightened image with higher saturation
  • Process - Semi-washed out image with a blue hue
  • Transfer - Somewhat over exposed warm hue
  • Instant - Retro brightened image with a yellow hue

 

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