#ACOLORSTORY: New Filter +Pack by Alex Zouaghi!

June 30, 2017   /   byA Color Story  / Categories :  Feeds

photo by @a_ontheroad, edited with The Stand from #AColorStoryOnTheRoad

If you’ve been following @acolorstory on Instagram, you’ve probably seen us feature (and feature and feature) Alex Zouaghi of @a_ontheroad. He’s got a way with finding and capturing the most beautiful cityscapes. I’m sure being based in London near all those beautiful buildings definitely helps his cause!

Getting inspired by the way he was able to capture these city streets, we reached out to him to help us create a filter +pack geared toward exactly that: urban photography. With deep shadows and a whole range of color and saturation options, our newest +pack On the Road is quickly becoming a new favorite!

photo by @a_ontheroad, edited with Baker Street from #AColorStoryOnTheRoad

With his style and photography so closely married to the streets of London, it only seemed appropriate to name each filter after landmarks and essential spots in the city. That range of saturation and hue between filters is what sets them apart and gives each photo its own boldness.

photo by @a_ontheroad, edited with Abbey Road from #AColorStoryOnTheRoad

This +pack is best for places with deep shadows and a lot of detail, making it a great fit for architecture, city views, and nature.

photo by @a_ontheroad, edited with Regent from #AColorStoryOnTheRoad

You can purchase this +pack in the A Color Story app now! Be sure to tag your photos by using #AColorStoryOnTheRoad, so we can see what you create and maybe even feature you on the A Color Story Instagram. xo. – Emma (+ A Color Story team)

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