In this section you will find different filters for text and images. These filters can add interesting effects to content elements and significantly improve the page's view. Let's take the pic below as an example, and customize it with Stylefy's filters.
- Blur - applies a blur effect to the image. A larger value will create more blur.
- Brightness - make the element more bright or dark.
- Grayscale - 0% (0) is default and represents the original image. 100% will make the image completely gray (used for black and white images).
- Contrast - adjusts the contrast of the image.
- Hue rotate - applies a hue rotation on the image. The value defines the number of degrees around the color circle the image samples will be adjusted. 0deg is default, and represents the original image.
- Saturate - is used to vary the intensity of color in the element. A saturated element has overly bright colors; you can increase saturation on under-exposed images, or vice versa.
- Sepia - sepia filter produces a type of monochrome image in which the image appears in shades of reddish-brown.