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What is this effect called and what is the best free online tool to use to achieve this effect?

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    What have you tried? Why didn't you like the results? We are not a tutorial-on-demand site, please show us some effort. – Vincent Feb 1 '18 at 12:36
  • i need free online tools. I can easily do this in PS or something. But i need something like generator for this effect – Sko Feb 1 '18 at 12:37
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    If you could replicate this easily in Photoshop, you should be able to do it in GIMP or Paint.NET, too. They are free. – user287001 Feb 1 '18 at 12:42
  • Please edit that information into your question. Comments are temporary and will ultimately be deleted. – Vincent Feb 1 '18 at 12:45
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This effect is called a kaleidoscope effect (or Busby Berkeley effect in film). To add to user287001's comment, GIMP and Paint.net are great free options if you're comfortable using Photoshop. Another app you can check out is called PicsArt, which has a pretty specific tutorial on the kaleidescope effect here. Here's a few more examples if you search this term on Google:

enter image description here The Busby Berkeley effect as utilized in 42nd Street (c.1933)

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Marina Diamandis, from Marina and the Diamonds, shot by Tokion for Factory.

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Kaleidoscope effect from the aforementioned PicsArt tutorial

  • Hi zeethreepio. Can I draw your attention to this discussion on meta? We are trying to decrease the amount of lazy 'tutorial-on-demand' questions on the site, and one of the early signs is that answering them isn't a good idea. I'd appreciate your input on the matter. Thanks! – Vincent Feb 16 '18 at 10:20

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