Selling Sunset fans have lots of thoughts about the filter

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Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

Season five of Selling Sunset is officially on Netflix, and fans have all sorts of opinions. From thoughts about new broker Chelsea Lakzani to tweets about Davina Potratz's potentially shady behaviour: the latest thing to gain viewers' attention is the filter on the camera.

Selling Sunset follows the life and work of a group of estate agents, at The Oppenheim Group in LA, with the likes of Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald and Heather Rae El Moussa taking centre stage.

The latest series dropped last week [22 April], and fans are already fully engrossed in Christine Quinn and, well, everybody's all out, Jason Oppenheim and Chrishell's relationship the introduction of new star, Chelsea.

Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

One other thing fans have also picked up on is the bright lighting filter on every scene, and it's safe to say they have feelings. "The lighting or beauty filter of Selling Sunset this season is a bit annoying. It looks washed out," one person wrote, with another adding, "Who approved this orange beauty filter on Selling Sunset? The contrast is so high I can’t see anything."

Others were bigger fans, though. Someone else put, "I wish my whole life was in the Selling Sunset filter and lighting #SellingSunset."

We're saying nothing.

In a recent chat with Cosmopolitan UK, Emma Herman opened up about how close to the truth the series was, explaining "Obviously there are cameras and crew, but besides that, this is our real life.

"People forget that a lot of the things that we deal with, even the drama, is our real life. These are real feelings and real relationships. Women tend to be competitive; that's why you bond with the people that want you to succeed. But you know, of course, there's drama every once in a while."

Selling Sunset season five is now streaming on Netflix.

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