5 Instagram Filters You Should Use On Your Honeymoon

You don’t have to be a pro (or have one follow you around on your trip) to get amazing honeymoon photos. Your secret weapon for great photos is actually really simple…photo filters! The right filter can make even the most out of focus photo look artsy and cool. Read on for the filters that will help make frame-worthy honeymoon photos for your Instagram.

Use Valencia…for a sun-kissed glow

Use Walden…for a dreamy quality.

Use Lo-Fi…for scenery photos to make the colors really pop.

Use #nofilter…for a photo that’s already amazing.

Use 1977…for a retro vibe.

About The Partnership: The Knot and Secrets Wild Orchid collaborated to create fun, social honeymoon content for engaged couples. The story above was written 100% by The Knot. To learn more visit SecretsResorts.com.

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