Snapchat unveiled another eye-popping new add-on dubbed “Baby Filter” just as the dust had cleared on the blockbuster Gender Swipe Filter. It’s no surprise that this one-of-a-kind filter has gone viral, with netizens using it to draw attention to their adorable baby avatars.
I was equally impressed with this new feature and decided to try it out to see if I looked cute as a kid. Not to mention, it works with any celebrity’s photograph, allowing you to see how your favorite superstar appeared as a child.
How to Use Snapchat’s Baby Filter to Instantly Turn any Face Childlike
Before you begin, make sure your device is running the most recent version of Snapchat.
Step 1: Open Snapchat on your phone or tablet.
Step #2: As previously said, this feature is compatible with both the selfie and rear cameras.
So, if you want to alter your appearance into that of a child, make sure you use a selfie camera.
However, if you want to see how your favorite Hollywood or sports star (or anyone you respect) appeared as a child, use the rear camera by tapping on the camera flip button at the upper right. Then, using your device’s camera, point it at the image.
Step #3: Press the screen to bring up the filters from the bottom once you’ve placed the face in the camera view. The baby filter can then be accessed by swiping left.
Note: If you don’t see the new Snapchat Baby Filter, press on the lens icon and type in “Baby.” When the Baby lens appears, select Try Lens. Check it out; it’ll now appear in the filter list.
When you use this insane filter, your face (or your star for that matter) will instantly become infantile.
Simply press the shutter button to take the photo. If you want to capture video, however, press and hold the shutter button. After you’ve snapped the photo (or recorded the video), you can fine-tune it before sharing it.
That’s all there is to it!
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Faced with stiff competition from the likes of Instagram and TikTok, Snapchat is putting in a lot of effort to stay afloat. Looking at these brand-new filters, I have to admit that the social networking app is doing an excellent job of grabbing attention.