August 15, 2016
Have you tried Prisma yet? Pokemon Go aside, Prisma is the hottest app of the season. It harnesses the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to repaint your ordinary photos from scratch into timeless art pieces using the styles of famous painters like Picasso, or Piet Mondrian plus world famous ornaments and patterns.
There are chances that you have already heard of this app and experienced its brilliance, so this review will be sort of redundant. But just in case you haven’t, or you haven’t yet tried it out, here’s what this outstanding photo-editing app does.
To start with, Prisma doesn’t do anything new as such but whatever it does, it does with impeccable style and panache. In essence, this is a photo-editing app that features over 30 ‘unique’ photo effects that make your pictures look like paintings from famous artists such as Picasso, Issac Levitan, and Vincent Van Gogh to name a few.
So how does it work? The moment you launch the app, it prompts you to either click a picture through the app or choose one from your existing gallery to play around with the Prisma’s photo effects that take a few seconds to turn your pictures into scintillating paintings and mural-like artworks. Every filter gives you an option of choosing the intensity of it by simply sliding your finger across the picture so that it never looks overdone and compliments your taste as well. Once you have had your fill of transforming your image, you can choose to save it into your gallery or share it on one of your social media profiles, creating a stir. All in all, Prisma is not a typical photo-editing app; it just offers artistic photo effects that you might not find in any other app at the moment.
It is worth mentioning that you might experience a server error at times and couldn’t able to process artsy effects on your pictures; this is all just because of the massive success of the app that its servers couldn’t able to handle the load (the company mentioned on its Facebook page that Prisma became the most downloaded app in 10 countries within 9 days). Nevertheless, the app works perfectly fine and has a promising future. The company is also working on adding video support that will allow you to apply similar artsy effects to short video clips as well. This feature will be available soon via update.
Long story short, you no longer need to click too many pictures to get that one perfect shot to post on your social media account in order to grab the eyeballs and too many likes. Just get the Prisma app, click a picture, apply one of the effects and post it right away. Prisma’s effects will make your picture stand out from the crowd. Above all, the app is free and incredibly easy to use, so you should at least give it a shot to see how well it works.
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