It has been a while since artistic Prisma-fied pictures started storming the news feeds everywhere on social media. Although the application was made available on the iOS platform only a month ago, it became a global sensation within no time. After a Beta-appearance, Android saw a final version of this application a few days back. Various counterfeit Prisma applications have also made it to the App Store.
While people were updating their profile pictures with this application, some people at U.S. Consulate General Karachi took Prisma to some famous Pakistani landmarks and the results were pretty stunning.
Let us bring to you a journey of artistically rendered pictures of some Pakistani land-marks.
This is a beautiful building from Makli, a place in Interior Sindh.
Mughal Emperor Jahangir, who constructed Hiran Minar in memory of his beloved deer, will surely get amazed seeing this picture.
This Prisma-fied picture of the mausoleum of Quaid also looks majestic.
Cholistan, a desert near Bahawalpur, also looks colorful.
Legends say that Lake Saif-ul-Malook has mystic significance, this picture nods.
This picture of Karachi Beach is truly breath-taking.
Prisma filled new colors to the Rawalpindi Railway Station constructed in British era.
Prisma, the photo-editing application of Russian origin, uses cloud-based AI to wonderfully tweak pictures and makes them artistic wonders. No doubt, it signifies major developments in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
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