Har­ness Fil­ters in El­e­ments’ Quick Mode


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PHOTO ED­I­TORS CAN be very lazy peo­ple. It’s true. We’re sorry to tar ev­ery­one with the same brush, but why else would Adobe in­vent ac­tions? Why else would pre­sets be­come a thing? And why else would El­e­ments have a Quick mode?

Okay, it’s not just photo ed­i­tors – ev­ery­one looks for a quick fix ev­ery now and then, and that’s ex­actly what Adobe of­fers with the Quick mode sec­tion of its El­e­ments pack­age. It’s de­signed for speed, ease of use and qual­ity too: yes, you can make beau­ti­ful edits to your pho­tos in sec­onds, as well as hours.

The Quick mode is in­tu­itive and var­ied. The Smart Looks present you with fil­ters based on how your image looks, which is pretty clever, and there are tons of dif­fer­ent fil­ters to choose from: not just a few warmer, brighter ver­sions of your im­ages. There are vin­tage cam­era style ef­fects for you to browse through, black and white, sepia and split tone ef­fects, and even sea­sonal picks and light leak ef­fects in the tab. There’s some­thing for any photo for sure, and whether you’re look­ing for a way to im­prove your start im­ages, or you’re hop­ing to fin­ish a com­po­si­tion with a flour­ish, this is def­i­nitely a mode worth ex­plor­ing.

Let’s dive into our top picks for Quick mode fil­ters and see what this sec­tion of El­e­ments can do. It’s a great part of the pro­gram, whether you’re look­ing to save some time and sim­plify things, or you’re just af­ter some qual­ity.

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