After recently rolling out its community-inspired rainbow face filter, Instagram has now rolled out several face filters inspired by the weather.
Does the rain makes you sad? Does the sunshine make you happy? Well, now you can tell the world about it… with a set of new face filters on Instagram. Everyone’s favourite image sharing app is expanding its collection of face filters with a few new weather-inspired ones. Now, you can let everyone know exactly how you feel, by tying your mood to the weather.
Depending on the weather you choose you can “watch the mood change. Share your emotions through a happy sun, a sad raincloud, an angry thunderstorm or a laid-back sun.”
The new face filters can of course be combined with the other available creative tools that will allow you to also add a bit of a personal touch. Your final creations can then be sent to friends in Direct, or be added to a story.
In case you missed it, Instagram also recently rolled out a rainbow face filter inspired by its community (and a well-documented Internet trend involving rainbows). Earlier last month, the platform rolled out a 1960’s face filter as well. Used any of them yet?
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