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can turn your pet pictures into Picaso-esque portraits or your selfies into a scene out of Starry Night. Dont believe us? Check out the results of filtering the same image through the various apps below. Theyre all works of art, no paint required. Original John Patrick Pullen Prisma Of all these new art apps, Prisma may have turned the most heads since its release in late July. Specializing in pop art filtering, the free app can turn your profile pic into everything from paper art to pen and ink sketches in a tap. One-touch Facebook and Instagram sharing have helped spread the word about Prisma almost as fast as it renders artwork. Related Stories Tech Vine Has a Successor: Six-Second Video App Byte
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Unfortunately, Prisma doesnt take the time to educate users about the artists the app is aping, nor does it even give proper credit. Thats a shame because these looks are so much more than filters; theyre art movements. Get it now Prisma
John Patrick Pullen Pikazo The only app on this list that isnt free, Pikazo is every bit worth the $4.99 for art school flunkies. Taki
ng a two tap approach to pairing your photos with artistic inspiration, the apps interface takes a little getting used to, but its a powerful program backed by artificial intelligence that truly transforms your images. Sadly, if you want to get the most out of this program (and trust me, you do), youll end up paying even more than the apps price. For instance, to download printable images at 10- or 20-inch sizes (an option competing apps dont provide), plan on spending more. For downloading some of the more premium styles (like those inspired by the works of Henri Rousseau, for example), plan on spending more yet again. But Pikazo also releases new free styles every week, making it an app art Instagrammers and fans alike will return to again and again. Get it now Pikazo John Patrick Pullen Painnt 正版四不像必中一肖动物图 Flexible, free, and full of options, Painnt is the photo processor for the perfectionist. With more than 50 effects as of this writing, the app packs a lot of inspiration. And with slider bars aplenty, you can tinker with your filters until you get the masterpiece of your dreams an option that other apps in this list doesnt provide. And as liberating as Painnts interface is, it can also frustrate starving artists who want to use some of its better effects, like the red-hot Fire filter that gives images a flame-like effect. Get The Brief. Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now.
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cription and begin receiving our newsletters. If you don't get the confirmation within 10 minutes, please check your spam folder. To use the apps top-shelf stuff, they have to pay to unlock the app. $.99 will open it up for a week, $1.99 for a month, or $9.99 for a year. While all the unlocks give users access to the entire app, theres no way to just pay once. Get it now Painnt Jo
hn Patrick Pullen Artisto The only video app in this list, Aristo takes the basic principle of neural network photo processing and puts it to motion pictures. With 18 filters as of this writing, the free app has a very straightforward interface. You either record a video using the apps camera function or pick one from
your library. Then you apply the style of your choice and shazam, your babys first steps looks like an Art Nouveau masterpiece come to life. Though some photo processing apps take minutes to brush up an image, Ar
isto manages to make movies more or less in an instant. The downside to this app is that its entirely lacking in add-ons and options. For instance, you cant remove the watermark, nor can you turn the videos into GIFs without extra software. Get it now BitCam Throwback styles are great, but theres no need to go back to the 1890s for quality art when the 1990s will do just fine. BitCam, a free app designed to celebrate Iconfactorys 20 years of pushing pixels, eschews high-powered artificial intelligence for old fashioned 16-bit processing (packed into the iPhones 64-bit architecture, thank
goodness). The result: retro photos thatll make your friends green with envy except this shooter only operates in black and white. Well, thats not exactly true. Color graphics will set you back $1.99, a worthwhile upgrade. One caveat: The app does
its darnedest to stay true to the times, which means it doesnt let you reprocess previously-taken images from your photo library. Thats a big downer. Get it now BitCam John Patrick Pullen Malevich
Spotlight Story Kobe Bryant Had a Singular Impact on His Game and the World Bryant died in a helicopter crash near Los Angeles on Sunday, along with his daughter Gianna Simple but limited (compared to the other apps), Malevich gives users two options when it comes to turning their photos into pieces of art. The free app offers users a light mode, which is code for fast, free, and lower resolution; and a pro mode that delivers maximum quality. The styles are based on famous paintings, such as Edvard Munchs The Scream and Jackson Pollacks Number 31, but there are only eight of them, as of this writing. Despite the relatively few filters, Malevichs rendering looks fantastic. Unfortunately the app is all about the upsell, sometimes throttling free creations to just one per day, while including only five free pro renders. The cost for more begins at $8 for 25 pictures. It looks like Malevichs favorite color is green. Get it now Malevich John Patrick Pullen Contact us at email@example.com.