The SVG Filters Series
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SVG Filters 101
The first article in a series on SVG filters. This guide will help you understand what they are and show you how to use them to create your own visual effects.
SVG Filter Effects – Outline Text with
<feMorphology>In this second part of the SVG Filter series you'll learn all about the
feMorphologyfilter, how it works and how you can use it to create paint-like image effects and proper text outlines.
SVG Filter Effects – Poster Image Effect with
<feComponentTransfer>In this third article in the series of articles about SVG Filters you'll learn all about the powerful
feComponentTransferoperation and how it can be used to control the individual R/G/B/A components on a pixel level independently. As a practical example, we will be creating a poster image effect by using this primitive to limit the number of colors in an image.
SVG Filter Effects – Duotone Images with
<feComponentTransfer>In this fourth article in the series of articles about SVG Filters you'll learn how to use
feComponentTransferto recreate Photoshop’s duotone image effect and control an image's luminance and color contrast.
SVG Filter Effects – Conforming Text to Surface Texture with
<feDisplacementMap>In this fifth article in the series of articles about SVG Filters you'll learn how to conform text to surface texture using an SVG displacement map similar to how you would do in graphics editors like Photoshop.
SVG Filter Effects — Moving Forward
In this last article of the SVG Filter Effects series, I’ll share a list of useful resources and experiments to learn more about SVG Filters to start creating your own effects.