How do I add filters on Photoscape?

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Hi there. 

I am new to Photoscape and I need a tutorial on basic photo editing.  

How do I add filters to my JPEG images.  

What kind of filters does Photoscape have?  

Can I also add a text in the picture?

Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #139623

How do I add filters on Photoscape?


Hi Donna Fulmer,

I'm using Photoscape for a long time now. If you want to edit your pictures and add some filters on your picture, you must go to the batch editor tab and then put your picture into a place for that, and click to filter.

There you can find many filters. Some of the filters are listed in the picture:

Yes in this same tab, you can click Object and there you will find a text area.

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Answered By 590495 points N/A #139624

How do I add filters on Photoscape?


The use of filters in most graphics editing software produces different effects on the photo. Like for example, in Adobe Photoshop, a filter can be used to sharpen the appearance of a photo like for example using the High Pass filter will greatly enhance how an image looks. This is another method of sharpening an image.

This is the same when using filter with Photoscape. In Photoscape, you can apply a filter and transform your new photo into an old photo. And you can also do this in batches.

To begin, open the Batch Editor window of Photoscape then collect the photos where you want to apply the filter. You can do this by clicking on the folder located in the top panel on the left side that contains the photos you want to work with. Grab each of the photos by dragging them individually to the center panel.

Click on the Filter tab to see different filters then select which filter you want to use. Check the box next to the filter you want to apply. The filter will automatically be applied on the photos in your batch. To learn more about it, watch

“How to use Photoscape for basic photo editing – tutorial by TechyV”.


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