Prisma Will Let You Create Your Own Artistic Filters Through An In-App Store

Those who were able to download Prisma, a free photo editor will now be letting users create their own art filters in the future, as this feature is currently only available on the web for the “most active users”.

Prisma, one of the top-earning app turns your photos into paintings using AI, is about to get a ton of new filters. First of all, the app is launching an in-app “store” to download new artistic filters, which will be free of cost. Prisma says it will also be adding new styles every week, and furthermore, looking to ramp up to daily additions.

If the aforementioned is going to happen, then, you’ll be able to rate and share styles in the “near future.” Makers of the deep learning-powered image app, Prisma, is finally letting users create their own filters.

Today, the company has launched a new web application that lets people actively upload a sample image and create a Prisma filter based on its characteristics. For that, Prisma is only inviting “the most active users” to try it out, but nevertheless says, it’ll be opening it up to more people in the near future, and pointing it over to mobile too.

Don’t worry, as Prisma has also launched an update for its iOS and Android apps called “Store” that lets users find and download new filters. All filters available are free to use, despite the name.

You can now delete the filters you don’t like from the app. Given Prisma comes with 44 filters and you likely only use a handful (limited), it’s a welcome addition (and maybe something to consider, Instagram).

Here’s How To Create Own Art Filters

This would be a bigger news, as now, Prisma will let users create their own filters now. The company behind it launching a desktop tool – only accessible to some of Prisma’s most active users – that allow to create your own style. Followed by the chance, you find an artsy painting or photo that you refer, upload it, and set some parameters using a series of sliders. The tool doesn’t yet specify what each individual slider controls, but Prisma is adding descriptions in the final version.


Once done, you have to wait until that image is analyzed. The whole process takes about an hour and a half, but you can preview what the filter will look like as the AI is processing the image. Apparently, it looks pretty cool to see the filters grow more accurate over the analysis period, as well.

Note: Prisma offers a bunch of slider that let you tweak the filter (for example, you can set it to look at large-scale elements rather than smaller ones; or make colors more vibrant), these controls aren’t intuitive, and weren’t even labeled in the beta version.


Prisma Labs said:

There are 44 styles available right now. This makes people confused as they have to scroll through lots of styles they don’t like to get to their favorite one. Now people will be able to download and keep the styles they really enjoy.

In the future, Prisma says it plans on bringing the filter creator to mobile devices and more users soon. The tool is available here, but again, only the most specific users can access it right now.

(Source: TheNextWeb)

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