Powerful Tools

Layers in Filterstorm 4 allow you to apply multiple filters to the same mask and use different blend modes to improve your images. Curves, hue/saturation, and most filters will show you a real-time preview of the change as you drag the sliders and controls. You can also get a split view previewing what a filter will change side by side with how the image currently looks.

Filterstorm's Layers have editable masks, opacity, and blending

Overlay Blurring

Editing Enhanced

Filterstorm's interface is designed to get out of the way as much as possible so you can see what you're doing. The sliders (left image) can be dragged from any point, barely cover the image, and give you fine-tuned precision.

Hue/Saturation, Curves, and Filter Selection

Brightness Curves Cropping

Masking Mastery

Filterstorm's selective editing abilities have always been its hallmark. Brushing, erasing, gradients, color selection, opacity, and vignetting options give you a large selection of tools to create the perfect mask.

Masking Menu Masking Color Masking Blended

Combine Images

You can use layers to combine images for effects like the texture used below, or simply for overlaying two images.

Combining Images 1 Combining Images 2 Combining Images 3

Video of layers and combining images.

Exporting Evolved

You can now export to the Camera Roll, FTP, Email, Dropbox, Flickr, Twitter, and Facebook. Furthermore, the back end and interface have been designed to be easily supplemented in the future with more export options.


An export settings popover lets you choose the jpeg compression quality, and dimensions of your final image right at the time of export.

Features List