DeepArt Photo Filters

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Deep Art is designed for users to create original pieces of art with the filters supplied by the app. To begin, users must load the app and then click the “Tap to take photo” option. Next, users can take a picture to upload by choosing the “Camera” option or upload a picture from their device using the “Photos Library” option. Once uploaded, users are to choose the filter they wish to use by clicking it from the options provided. Deep Art then creates the image using the selected filter, and users can share it via email or social media with the provided buttons.

Instructional Ideas for DeepArt Photo Filters

  1. When studying an artist, students can use this website to create an image fashioned after that artist’s style. To do so, students will have to upload an image that is reminiscent of the artist’s subject matter along with a filter that reflects the artist’s style. Students can then post the image created with Deep Art to a classroom website along with a rationale that explains how the image reflects the artist’s style.
  2. After reading a text, students can use this website to create an image that represents a certain part of the text. Students will have to choose the subject matter and filter for the image and then create it. Once created, students can upload their image to a class website and explain how the subject matter and filters represent the part of the text. After all students have uploaded their images, they can read and respond to the different images.
  3. As part of a creative writing assignment, students can write a short story or poem and then use this website to create an image that represents a major theme from it. Students can then read their short story or poem to their classmates in small groups, share the image they created with this website, and explain how it represents the theme. After the reading of the text and sharing of the image, the students in the small groups can provide feedback to the student who wrote the text and created the image. Feedback can include what they liked about the text and image and how it can be further improved to represent the theme.


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A5. Feedback to Teacher
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