Do you have anything was photography filters is that some people see them as cheating, although I would definitely never go that far, I think that they are just useful for people who don’t have access to very expensive photo editing supplies or software. You see, it’s possible that filters can be used tastelessly, just like almost anything can be used tastelessly, but if it’s done in moderation, I see no possible downside to having these in the hands of the public. Seriously, I love them more people are posting great photography, and it really steps up the game of those who are supposed to be producing the best images. Not to mention, there are now many great stock photography sites on the line that have very high standards. The ones that have high standards generally choose a quality over quantity approach, which I don’t think would have been very possible even 10 or 15 years ago period but, today, there are so many millions of images that are constantly entering the online sphere, it is possible to Filter ones that have great qualities and that suit your taste, if you’re curating for some kind of stock photography platform. Sure, there are still lots of stock photography websites that choose quantity over quality, and every now and then you find a needle in a haystack can you get exactly what you’re looking for. A high-quality relevant image that does your product, site, or post justice. But, now that you can also go to niche sites that will supply a high-quality version of something more specifically what you’re looking for, this sort of outdated mass amount of photo database is becoming less and less relevant. Although, many are smart enough to have a search filter, and a comprehensive system of keywords. So I’ve noticed, at least.