10 Food Photos That Look Better with the Prisma App
Pokémon Go might be getting all the attention right now, but there’s another app that’s also rising in popularity that you should know about. The Prisma app was recently launched for iOS (and now running beta for Android). Basically the app lets you take any photo you have and run it through a number of beautiful, artistic filters to create your own work of art.
Of course, I had to test the new app out on some of Kitchn’s photos to see the gorgeous results. Here are a few of my favorites, including the filters I love most.
I used the Udnie filter for this bowl of fruit, which just might be my favorite filter for the whole app. I like how the colors show up super bold and “chunky.” This is especially good for food photos that have a lot of color in them.
I used the Raoul filter for this classic dip. I liked how this filter almost gave a ’70s vibe to the original photo.
I used the Gothic filter for these adorable apple rose pies. This is definitely the most bold of all the filters — the colors are super saturated. You have the option within the app to make things less bold, but why would you ever want to do that?
I used the Femme filter for this bowl of meatballs. I liked how the filter made the spaghetti look; the lines are very distinct.
I used the Ice Cream filter for these doughnuts, because of course! I like how wildly colorful this filter made the doughnuts look — so much fun.
I used the Candy filter for this gorgeous slab pie. I like how the strawberries look so much like jewels, and also the coloring on the hand reaching in to the photo.
I used the Raoul filter for these delicious waffles. The way the light works in this filter reminded me of an early morning, which is perfect for breakfast food.
I used the Mosaic filter for these popsicles. How adorable are those sprinkles?
I used the Mononoke filter for this pasta skillet. I like how the cheese pull looks with this filter — it almost reminds me of something you’d see in an early ’90s cartoon.
I used the Tokyo filter for this refreshing cocktail because I liked the addition of the blue and green undertones in the normally red and white photo.