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This is my first post here. I am new to photography. I am amazed with some of the beautiful works people are doing. Equally I have started to love the power of filters. I jus saw the following photo:

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Can some please tell, what is the name of this filter? I wonder If there is any tutorial that helps to recreate this kind of clean nice effect.

Thank you in advance.

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    Welcome to photo.stackexchange. We hope you enjoy your stay. Please tell us why you think there was a filter used for this image? Can you describe the "effect" you are striving for? – Stan Jul 2 '16 at 0:57
  • Thank you. Well probably not, so it can be a good question if any filter was apperantly used. By effect i meant, the white creamy feel. – Mohammad Saifullah Jul 2 '16 at 0:59
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    I don't think there's a filter used in this image... I'm also not really sure I see the "white creamy feel" here either. Looks like a shot done in bright light with some good contrast and, maybe, a bit of a brightness push. I think Matt has the right of it. – John Cavan Jul 2 '16 at 2:23
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This image is a good example of a "high-key" photo.

Most everything in the shot is white, off-white, pastel, and in bright shade. The exception to indicate there is a full range of tones is the black hair of the subject.

Most every tone in the flat-lit shot is of relatively high luminance. The whites are clean neutrals without a colour cast. Again, the few dark areas show that the photograph is well-exposed. As white laces show against white shoes indicates the image is not over-exposed with the whites clipped.

This image gets its "feel" from the careful choice of subject, lighting, time of day, and composition.

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