Apply color effects to uploaded photos

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Sunburned? Got that washed-out look? Color effects to the rescue!

Note: The optional color correction when you print photos is completely different. Learn more.

To use color effects, click wrench button while logged in, then click Open in Editor and Color Effects

The auto color-corrected found in color effects is a common, "I'm feeling lucky" adjustment that programs like Adobe Photoshop use. It often improves the photo, especially if it lacks contrast. But like any automatic computer-based adjustment, your mileage may vary.

Improving contrast can also mean showing blemishes more clearly; but it makes flowers in the field look more vibrant.

The tanning salon may sound like a bad spray-tan waiting to happen, but it's a handy technique professional photographers use to achieve more accurate and pleasing skin tones.

You can also apply effects to many photos at once using the Organizer. Select the images you want to edit, then select the wrench tool and Color Effects option.

When you decide on an effect, just click the preview image and we'll irreversibly apply the effect to your photo.

Current. 

Digital cameras can be too red 

Auto color corrected.

auto color corrected

Tanning salon.

The tanning salon

Sepia.

 Sepia effect

Negative. 

The Negative effect 

Black and white.

Make it Black and White

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