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What is the Studiogram app for Studio?

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Studiogram lets you select an image in Studio and adjust key properties such as brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, and many others—all without leaving Studio. With numerous filters baked in, it's quick and convenient to make common image corrections with Studiogram. If you find yourself performing the same set/s of manual adjustments for images often, you can even save them as your own go-to Studiogram filters.

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Using Studiogram filters

After making adjustments to any image, you have the option to save the properties as a new filter. You can also duplicate, edit, or delete any filter you create.

Once you've applied a Studiogram filter (or a set of properties you haven't yet saved as a filter) to an image, you can replace the image to see how the new image looks with the same filter/properties.

You can apply the following default filters with Studiogram:

  • Cooler
  • Warmer
  • Black & White
  • Vivid
  • Lomo

 

To apply a Studiogram filter:

  1. In the Layers panel or on the canvas, select the image.
  2. In your Studio App Store dock, click the Studiogram icon (studiogram-icon.png).
  3. In the Studiogram module, click the Filters tab.
  4. Click the filter you want and click Apply.
    To close the Studiogram module, in the upper-left corner, click the X.

Making adjustments with Studiogram

You can adjust the following image properties with Studiogram:

  • Basic adjustments
    • Brightness
    • Contrast
    • Exposure
    • Gamma
  • Color adjustments
    • Hue
    • Lightness
    • Saturation
    • Vibrance
    • Temperature
    • Tint

To apply a Studiogram filter:

  1. In the Layers panel or on the canvas, select the image.
  2. In your Studio App Store dock, click the Studiogram icon (studiogram-icon.png).
  3. In the Studiogram module, click the Adjust tab.
  4. Drag the scrubber of each property you want to adjust.
    If you want to save the set of properties as a new filter, click Save as Filter before moving to step 5.
  5. Click Apply.
    To close the Studiogram module, in the upper-left corner, click the X.

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