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Using art fi lters (ART)
Using art fi lters, you can easily have fun with artistic effects.
 Types of art fi lters
Pop Art I/II * Creates an image that emphasizes the beauty of color.
Soft Focus Creates an image that expresses a soft tone atmosphere.
Pale&Light Color I/II * Creates an image that expresses warm light by scattering
overall light and slightly overexposing the image.
Light Tone Creates a high-quality image by softening both shadows and
highlights.
Grainy Film I/II * Creates an image that expresses the roughness of black and
white images.
Pin Hole I/II/III * Creates an image that looks as if it was taken using an old or
toy camera by dimming the image perimeter.
Diorama I/II * Creates a miniature-like image by emphasizing saturation and
contrast, and blurring unfocused areas.
Cross Process I/II * Creates an image that expresses a surreal atmosphere.
Cross Process II creates an image that emphasizes magenta.
Gentle Sepia Creates a high-quality image by drawing out shadows and
softening the overall image.
Dramatic Tone I/II * Creates an image that emphasizes the difference between
brightness and darkness by partially increasing contrast.
Key Line I/II * Creates an image that emphasizes edges and adds an
illustrative style.
Watercolor I/II * Creates a soft, bright image by removing dark areas, blending
pale colors on a white canvas, and further softening contours.
Vintage I/II/III * Expresses an everyday shot in a nostalgic, vintage tone using
printed fi lm discoloration and fading.
Partial Color I/II/III * Impressively expresses a subject by extracting colors you
want to emphasize and keeping everything else monotone.
ART BKT
(Art Filter Bracket)
Each time the shutter is released, the camera creates copies
for all selected art fi lters.
* II and III are altered versions of the original (I).
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