Video: This Prisma-type effect on photos and videos will probably get old one day (that day might have been yesterday) but my eyeballs are still enjoying how footage of real life can get transformed into moving art. Drew Geraci of District 7 stitched together 2500 photos in this sweeping side-by-side video of China to show us how the original photo and the post processed photo look right next to each other. China looks really good in faux-art.
China Gets Transformed Into A Moving Painting In This Cool Side-By-Side Video
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