Lost Stories (by mossonyi) is our largest and boldest filter +pack to date. This filter pack includes 20 amazing filters that really transform your photos! Here is what each of the filters look like at 100% opacity along with a short description of what they do:
Very warm filter. Enhances warm tint.
Very cool filter. Opposite of Gombe in that it enhances the cooler tint.
Shifts hues to soften colors. Also a warmer filter.
Creates a subtle sepia tone without desaturating the colors completely. Also shifts the hues.
Softens and adds blue to the shadows. Also brightens.
Deepens contrast and maintains brightness.
Slightly deepens hues. This is a great filter for skin tones.
Brings out vibrancy in colors while deepening the contrast.
One of the more vibrant filters. Gives a peachy tint.
Very vibrant filter. Shifts hues and saturates the color.
A more sepia toned black + white filter. Creates a more vintage look to black + white.
Another warm filter. Softens highlights and shadows.
Overall brightens. Slightly desaturates hues.
Adds a brown overlay to the photo. Deepens contrast.
A classic sepia filter. Softer contrast.
Adds a slight pink tone. Great for skin tones.
Deepens contrast and adds a pink overlay.
Really deepens contrast and shadows.
Brightens and adds a yellow tint. Boosts highlights.
Darkens shadows and pulls in a cool temp. Great for outdoor photos.
This photo was edited with Asi. It really deepens the greens to make them appear more lush and crisp. This filter also puts a slight pink overlay to create a warmth.
This photo was edited with Borno, which is one of the most intense filters in the pack. It softens the shadows slightly so you can see more details.
If you’re looking for a softer filter that still impacts your photo, try Afia which was used to edit this photo. It brightens and softens the tones in the photo.
Here are some additional tips on adjustments to get the most out of the filters:
Add a bit of clarity for richness (careful not to overdo this as it can sometimes highlight skin problems)
Add grain to achieve a film look
If the image appears whitewashed after application of the filter, please make the following adjustments:
– Reduce exposure by dragging the exposure slider to the left
– Reduce the whites by dragging the slider to the left
– Reduce the highlights by dragging the slider to the left
– Reduce the shadows and blacks if necessary
If the image appears underexposed after applying the filters, make the below adjustments:
– Drag the shadows slider to the right to pull out some details
– Drag the blacks slider to the right to brighten the image
– Add whites by dragging the whites slider to the right
– Add highlights by dragging the slider to the right
– Depending on the results of the steps above you might need to increase the exposure by dragging the slider to the right