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
Grainy Film I/II * Creates an image that expresses the roughness of black and
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
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 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).