Want the world to think Picasso painted you? Try Prisma

An image editing app that was launched at the iStore a few weeks ago has revolutionized the era of picture editing by incorporating some ancient painting effect techniques and has left all Apple users in awe. It is called “Prisma” and can edit your pictures using a technique that makes your images appear to be painted by some of the most renowned artists of the previous centuries including Picasso, Van Gogh, Levitan and more.

In comparison to other picture editing apps or softwares, Prisma also provides filter based editing tools. So what is so unique that sets apart Prisma from others? Because the filters offered in Prisma are not some other regular, ordinary filters, the app is rather designed to use artificial intelligence to study the image and convert it into a stunning edited piece with detailed intricate designs unlike that other stereotypical filters do.

It although seems as if Prisma is highly technical and requires some expertise to use, however that is simply not the case. Prisma on the contrary is very user-friendly and easy to learn. Though the users are yet waiting anxiously to see the Android version of Prisma, but it is quite unlike that it would be any different than iOS. Moreover, the app somehow seems to be a reflection of Instagram with a big circular shutter in the middle, a flash toggle and switching camera options along with an option to access your edited library.

All you need to do is download and install the Prisma app from the iStore, then simply take a shot or select an already taken picture, crop it and search around to decide which effect looks the best on the selected image. Once you decide which filter or effect you want to use, Prisma will process it for a few moments and then a stunning masterpiece of an image will be displayed. You can also set the intensity of the filter applied on the image until you’re satisfied with the result.

If you are few of the lucky ones who own an iOS handheld device, you must download Prisma from the Apple App Store and make your pictures look stunning. The rest of the Android users however, will have to wait till the end of this month to use Prisma.


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