If you’ve got a few favourites, you can shuffle them along to the front of the queue by clicking on the ‘Manage’ button towards the end of the filters. You can even hide ones you don’t use.
3. Adjust the Lux setting.
While you’re selecting your filter you can also change the Lux level. This is located at the top of the image – look for the little sun. It’s a sliding scale from 0 to 100. Basically, it’s Instagram’s version of HDR. When ramped up to 100, it’ll make the shadows lighter, add darkness and depth to highlights and increases contrast.
4. Edit your image.
Once you’ve sorted your filter, and adjusted your Lux levels, you can edit the image by clicking on the Edit tab to the bottom right.
The first option you’re presented with is Adjust. This allows you to crop, straighten and rotate your picture so you’ve got the perfect composition. You can even tip it on the vertical and horizontal axis here.
5. Further enhance your image.
After this you’ve got a number of options: