Wasn’t even aware of Prisma, but nice addition to my photo app collection. Apple published its annual Best of 2016 charts for the App Store, crowning photo editing app Prisma as the iPhone App of the Year. Released in June 2016, Prisma is designed to turn photographs into works of art using a range of different filters. But those are not just like any other filters:
Prisma transforms photos into artworks using the styles of famous artists: Munk, Picasso as well as world famous ornaments and patterns. A unique combination of neural networks and artificial intelligence helps to turn photographs into art.
In other words: a kind of intelligent photo effects app taps into deep learning for an edgy art connection. Or in yet other words: an app from Russian developers that turns prosaic smartphone shots into art.
The Verge recently went as far as to proclaim “you can now turn Prisma snaps into expensive art prints.”
And because your photos deserve a home better than your smartphone, why not just give them to CanvasPop, which will turn your Prisma photos or just about any other pictures you like into works of art — on canvas.
For more on Prisma photo app visit www.prisma-ai.com.
And because these artsy algorithms are quite impressive, here’s a series of random Prisma renditions, with the original first, an iPhone 7 shot straight out of camera: