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Instagram is finally adding new filters; here are all the updates

Instagram has revealed a number of changes meant to improve its users’ creative experiences. The social media network is rolling out updates for Reels, Stories, feed images and carousels, and new filters that appear after ages.

With the new picture filters, consumers have additional creative expression choices by experimenting with different moods for their photos and carousels.

“We now have new picture filters! Use the newest filters to alter your photographs and carousels to get the desired effect. Instagram said in a blog post, “These updates make it easy for you to try various looks for your posts, from subtle color edits to options for expressive styles.”

Some of the new filters on Instagram are: Color leak, Soft light, Zoom blur, Handheld, Moiré, Lo-res, Wide angle, Wavy, Graphite, Hyper, Rosy, Emerald, Midnight, Grainy, Gritty, Halo, Simple, Simple warm, Simple cool, Boost, Boost warm, Boost cool.

Additional significant enhancements include the ability to edit individual video clips more easily with the use of tools like Undo and Redo. Meme Creation is a new Media Clip hub that lets users post audio-only clips to their Reels to make memes. Text improvements to boost creativity, such as improved fonts, new text-to-speech voices, and text styles. Now, users can enhance text clarity by adding outlines. Additionally, Instagram now offers custom stickers that allow artists to add a unique touch to their Reels and Stories by transforming any segment of an image or video into a sticker.

Additionally, Instagram is introducing tools for more in-depth analysis, such replays and a new retention chart, which will assist artists in better understanding their performance and choosing what to publish. The audio browser and trending audio are now easier for users to access, which improves the variety of audio options for their Reels.

Another update is coming to the Drafts surface, which will make it easier for producers to edit their work-in-progress reels, preview drafts, rename them, and even plan them ahead of time.