Curious of what the outcome would be, a blog from Belgium has created an 'Every Filter' Instagram photo by layering each filter atop one another for some unrecognizable results.
The end photo, which is completely impossible to see, is going viral on the web. Definitely a piece for curious minds, this is a simple but intriguing experiment. After the first few filters were applied, the photo still looked recognizable, but definitely over-treated. By the time they added the black and white filter, however, it was game over for the depicted trees in the original. This creation by the Belgian blog is perhaps most useful for explaining why this option isn't available to Instagram users.
Certainly an abstract version of the original photo, this experiment -- above all -- shows just how curious people are about the lo-fi app.
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