Samaritaine Metro, Paris, France

Next up in the magic filter app list is Prisma. While I'm impressed with its capabilities, I feel overwhelmed with choice; there are too many filters to really be able to gauge what each one will do to a given photo. Exacerbating this is the fact that the filters change position every time you load a new photo. As a usability fanatic with a photographic memory, it's not endearing me to the app. That said, you can sometimes find some nice combinations after a bit of effort. Here's a metro sign on the Pont Neuf, next to the famous and sadly shuttered department store, Samaritaine, as envisioned by Hokusai.

 Next up in the magic filter app list is Prisma. While I'm impressed with its capabilities, I feel overwhelmed with choice; there are too many filters to really be able to gauge what each one will do to a given photo. Exacerbating this is the fact that the filters change position every time you load a new photo. As a usability fanatic with a photographic memory, it's not endearing me to the app. That said, you can sometimes find some nice combinations after a bit of effort. Here's a metro sign on the Pont Neuf, next to the famous and sadly shuttered department store, Samaritaine, as envisioned by Hokusai. #greatwave #samaritaine #paris #france #metro #sign #blue #stars #starrynight #hokusai #prisma #french #filter #filters #filtered #experiment #app #instagram #instagood

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