Oh, for a long time, I thought #Foodie only took good food, who would have thought that it would be very fine to adjust the photo by its filter and everyone. In each picture I have noted a few more tips with each filter I personally draw.
PL1: This color adjusts the contrast quite low, but it is not thanks, making the image even. Image tone is slightly pinkish green. Correction vs photos that have good lighting is pretty good.

BQ1: Vintage tone in dark green color, deep color. Edit some pretty historical photos, but right from the first click
PL1: This color adjusts the contrast quite low, but it is not thanks, making the image even. Image tone is slightly pinkish green. Correction vs photos that have good lighting is pretty good.
RO3: Antique tone, sad. Should be used with images, with dark brown, red tones, the image color will be high contrast. Using a little more HDR Landscape will result in such an image  è
PL3: Saving light, vintage style. Matching some old town photos, dark brown.
TR1: This color is more of a green image, it will be very eye catching. Whatever there is a lot of grass, then throw all here is beautiful auto always
FR4: Adjust the image of the magic orange tone. Go to places like old towns or orange, use this color.
This image I have to use 2 times Foodie's filter to change the color of some green ingredients
PO5: I often use it for images with lots of sky, or for tones that are blue. The filter will lighten the entire frame and highlight much blue.
CR2: Increase image contrast and contrast between colors. Still need to adjust a bit more drama in snapseed.
YU4: This color corrects underexposed images, blue tones, clear water images. Every image that needs to be brightened and smooth uses a standard one.
CR1: This filter will overlay the brown layer on the image, making the image more vintage, the image depth, constrast image is also sharper.

Convenient, and very convenient
Foodie is very easy to use for color correction, simple operation than many other applications, ... just a few clicks and the image looks good to your eyes. If you want it to wow, add 1-2 more awesome drawing effects. Before, I used to blend color with other apps, it took 1 or 2 times for the image to look like a little color, now using Foodie is also more convenient.
Free and it is available on the phone.
You can shoot with color filters too, if you're lazy. But I don't recommend it, because if you shoot with filter, it will be difficult to blend the color again. But if you're lazy editing photos, want to "instant noodles" on FB right now, this is the best option when traveling home
Image quality is maintained. This is what I like the most, because using different apps every time I export an image will reduce the size of the image, upload it to Facebook, or be blurred.
In general, photo editing is like coordinating, beautiful or bad is just your ability. But a reference formula is better, right?
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