The Prisma App

I’d like to revisit a topic I introduced in the last post – namely, the Prisma App. If you enjoy tinkering with photos on your phone, this is definitely something to look into. It can take any so-so photo and give it a wonderful, artistic look – so artistic, in fact, that I’m tempted to print some of these out and frame them or use them for making note cards. Let me show you what I mean.

Here is a photo taken by Ginger yesterday.

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Mr. Wa on the sofa. Nothing terribly exciting about that.

But then Ginger started applying Prisma’s different settings, and this is what she got. (I’ve labelled each photo with the name of the setting she used).

Udnie:

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“Femme”:

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“Gothic”:

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“Mosaic”:

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“Mondrian”

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Fun stuff! I’d love to show you some of the photos I’ve come up with, too, but I don’t have any. I haven’t gotten the chance. The girls have been using this non-stop ever since they discovered it on my phone. If, like them, you’re intrigued, you can read more about the App HERE. It’s currently free.

From the dining room table, thinking the “Gothic” setting is my favorite,

Mrs. Smythe

3 Comments on “The Prisma App

  1. What fun! I think I like the original best though – what a cutie:)

  2. That is awesome…. Only made better by the subject. >^..^<
    I like Femme, Mosaic and Gothic. I am thinking an Andy Warhol-Marilyn Monroe sort of set up.