You can give your photos special effects by using one or a combination of several one-click editing options.
Important: Editing a photo changes its appearance in the photo library and in every album, slideshow, and project (such as a book, card, or calendar) that it’s used in. To edit a photo without changing it everywhere it appears, duplicate the photo and then edit the duplicate. You can, however, apply some of these effects to photos in projects and to photos when you print them.
To change photo effects:
Open the photo in edit view.
If the Effects tab (at the top of the Edit pane) isn’t selected, click it.
Click one or more of the following effects (click multiple times to increase an effect, or combine several to create new effects):
You can click these buttons multiple times to achieve the effect you want.
B & W: Changes photo to black and white
Sepia: Applies a yellowish hue
Antique: Gives photo an aged appearance
Matte: Blurs edges and corner in an oval
Vignette: Darken’s the photo’s corners
Edge Blur: Blurs the photo’s corners
Fade: Reduces color intensity
Boost: Increases color intensity
None: Removes all effects
Your changes are saved automatically, unless you click Undo or “Revert to Previous.”