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Hidden iPhone Comic Photo Filter: Where to find and how to use them



With iOS 12 Apple introduced Memoji – talking cartoon versions of you. However, Memoji is not the only way to make a cartoon unless you need your cartoon to speak or move around.

iOS 12 has some new photo filters that can turn boring selfies into funny comic drawings, as Cult of Mac finds out. And unlike Memoji, which requires a iPhone X XS XS Max or XR the new comic photo filters are available on older models iPhones. Just do not look into the photos app for her.


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Where can I find the comic photo filters from iOS 12

Like Memoji you can find the new photo filters in the app "News". Why has not Apple added them to the Vivid and Dramatic filters in the Photos app? No idea. But you can just create a comic picture of yourself and either text it or save it on your camera roll.

To get to the new photo filters, open the News app and start or answer a conversation. Tap the Camera button to open the camera, and then tap the Spirograph star button in the lower-left corner. Then tap the Filter red-green-blue filter button and scroll to the right to find five photo filters that are not in the Photos app: Comic, Comic Mono, Ink, Watercolor and Watercolor Mono.

  Comic Filter

Screenshot by Matt Elliott / CNET

Pick one that you like – the two comic filters and the ink filters have achieved great results, but the two watercolor filters were overwhelming in my experience – and then you click on the X button the drawer Filter The News app selects the front-facing selfie camera by default, but you can instead select the rear-facing camera and keep the filter effect.

Tap the Trigger to take a snapshot with the filter you selected, and tap the blue arrow to send it, or Done button Your text message and return to the News app. In any case, the photo will be saved on the camera roll of your iPhone.


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