Written by Marjorie

Photo Filter Fun on the Pet Parade

Photo Filter Fun on the Pet Parade

Marjorie

Marjorie is a motorbike riding blogger and award winning cat photographer who believes that everyone can shoot and edit wonderful pictures they love regardless of the camera they use.

She is a Professional member of the Cat Writers Association, Kuykendall Image Award winner and published photographer at the Guardian newspaper.

22 thoughts on “Photo Filter Fun on the Pet Parade”

  1. I love reading that you are experimenting with video and photos. You will be teaching me now. 😉 Meowza. Happy Holidays.

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  2. I love playing around with various filters. I haven’t tried Photo Lab yet, but will add it to my apps on the phone.

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  3. Great tips! My husband does all of our photography because I am more of a snapshot photographer.

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  4. Mew Mew hi, Miss Marjorie. Mom and I use filters on occasion in Photoshop Elements; there are many options there. One of them we used last week was the ‘Note Paper’ filter. We’ve explored filters a in Instagram app using the smartphone but haven’t saved any pictures with them applied there. Hugs.

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  5. I don’t use filters very often, but the one you used is really cool! I really like the effect. 🙂

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  6. I love the original photo! I tend to brighten some of my photos up with instagram’s built in editor but that’s about it. My husband has Lightroom on his computer and that can do a lot more but I don’t use it very often.

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  7. I don’t really do a lot of filtered photos like that at all! I tend to just lighten my pics up with Instagram’s built-in editor. I did download an app recently at the recommendation of another fellow blogger. It’s called Snapseed, and I haven’t had a chance to dig in yet!

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  8. I pretty much stick to regular photos – I’m lucky to get a decent photo. All the extra work of filters and fun just seems like extra work. Maybe when I have more time I’ll learn filters. The arty looking pictures are pretty cool I have to say.

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  9. I love how many of these filters transform photos so they look like paintings and works of arts. I feel kind of silly admitting I haven’t used them. I keep saying I’m going to experiment but then never end up getting to it. So silly I know.

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  10. Great foto. We don’t play ’round with our fotos much these days. We need to get back into that. Big hugs

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

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  11. We mostly use Photoshop. We’ve tried PhotoLab but can never find all the cool filters you and Mudpie use. Maybe cos we’re cheap, I mean poor and only have the free version.

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    • I was told that they change the filters available on a regular basis. It might be worth trying again CK.

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  12. Thats ever such a nice filter. You are a real wi with these tech gadgets and apps, way better than Mrs H will ever be…. I think her talents lay elsewhere, MOL
    Toodle pips and purrs
    ERn

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  13. Still working on learning Photoshop on the PC … can’t even think of trying stuff on my phone yet! Tech overwhelms me, good for you!

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  14. I haven’t worked much with filters … just one more way I’m WAY behind the curve as a blogger!

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  15. That is a great effect with that filter. Spot is very handsome. All the apps on my phone have stopped working and until I get a new one I can only use it for calls texts, emails and limited internet. It is a real PITA. When I do get a new one I will have to look into that app.

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