The Joker Filter is the new effect that has been a hit on Instagram Stories after the Sasha Dog filter. Called Joker, the filter uses facial recognition to apply to the faces of users the makeup used by actor Joaquim Phoenix when playing the enemy of Batman in theaters. The movie premiered in Brazil last Thursday (3), when Google Trends, a tool that monitors web searches, registered a surge of interest from users through the filter.
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To use the Joker effect, I need to go to the @syilers profile and activate the tool. This will make it available when you open the Stories camera, so simply place the phone's camera over a person's face to take the face or a friend's photo and create a story. Here's a walkthrough on how to install and use the Joker filter in Instagram Stories. To test the feature, we used an iPhone 7 updated with the iOS 13 system. However, the tip also applies to Android users.
Tutorial shows how to use the Joker filter on Instagram Photo: Marvin Costa / TechTudo
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Step 1. Go to the Instagram search page and type "syilers". Then, in the search results, tap on the profile;
By searching for the profile that developed the Instagram Joker filter Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 2. Tap the filter cone above the profile photo grid. Then click on Stories with the effect to view the test button;
By opening the Joker filter test page on Instagram Stories Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
Step 3. Tap the "Try" button to have the filter appear on the Instagram selfie camera. At this point, use the white circle button to produce a photo or video;
By opening Joker filter on Instagram Stories Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
Step 4. You can still add effects, stickers, color filters and phrases to the media you have created. To share, tap the "Your Stories" button.
When to share on Instagram a story with filter Joker Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
Take the tip to have fun with your Instagram friends using the Joker filter on Stories posts.
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