Snapchat is the result of some really excellent filters over the past two years and right now one of the most recent to go viral is the invasion filter. As hard as it is to believe, there is a time when Snapchat doesn’t have any of the filters it has today. You just opened the application, took a photo, sent it to a friend and immediately. It wasn’t until 2015 that filters/lenses arrived on Snapchat. Since then, Snapchat’s filters have only gotten more selfish and creative.
An eye on Snapchat filters quickly proves this. There is a filter that is a leaf tower, a filter that gives you a king’s crown and a scavenging beard, a filter that lets you take the Gru from My Favorite Malvado, and set a sieve to make a fried egg. Whatever you’re looking for, it’s possible to have a Snapchat filter for that.
At the time of publishing, one of the best Snapchat filters for filtering is the invisible filter (aka the “invitation filter”). You’ve probably seen the viral filter on TikTok and your friends’ Snapchat stories. You apply the filter, make a gesture with your hand and it leaves your entire invisible body. Embora effect is not perfect, it is a fun and intricate feast worth mentioning.
Like other Snapchat filters, using the input filter is quite simple. If you’re using Snapchat on an iPhone or Android device, here’s how to use the invisible filter:
- Open the Snapchat app on your phone.
- Tap the search icon in the top left corner.
- Number ‘Invisible’ in the search bar.
- Touch Snapchat’s “invisible” lens.
After tapping the invisible filter, you will be returned to the camera page with the selfie camera activated. Secure the phone or with it supported on a desk, move hand in front of the door. When the filter works properly, it should eliminate an effect that makes your body and torso invisible. To remove the invisibility effect and see your body normally, do the same gesture with your hand on the cheek. And it is!
like another Snapchat filters, you can use the input filter to capture a photo or video. Touch the filter icon on the lower part of the fabric to capture a static image or print and lock to start capturing a video. You can use your hand to change the input filter as many times as you want, then continue to flirt with it and have fun.