Definition: An art filter is a creative special effect that a photographer can apply to a digital photo directly from the camera. Olympus pioneered art filters in its E-30 digital SLR cameras.
Examples of art filters include:
- Pop art, where colors in the photo are enhanced, similar to a piece of "pop art" from the 1960s.
- Pin hole, where the photo is altered to make it appear as though it was shot through a pin hole, bringing greater focus to the subject centered in the photo.