I am working on cleaning up an Instagram page and one problem I have come across is that there are a lot of pictures on that page. They come from different cameras, lighting and focuses and I was hoping to find a way to make them all look similar and build it into the pages brand. I have tried putting a banner near the bottom of the pictures and adding words to it and processing the pictures through some filters on Canva. This looks okay but I was wondering if anyone had any better options I could explore.
There's really only one way to do this: pick a style or feel you like, and throw away the images that don't match. Running things through a homogenization filter is not likely to get good results. So, even if they're good, if they don't match, into a shoebox they go.
More importantly, going forward, consciously take pictures that fit that look. If they don't come out like that, discard them — or at least, don't display them on that account.
Just like there's not a "get rich quick" scheme that really works, there's not a "build an artistic brand" scheme either. To get results that feel authentic, you'll have to do this the get rich slow way.