I’ve been using Hipstamatic more and more. With so many lens, film, and flash combinations it would take a while to figure out what all of the combinations are capable of doing.
Someone did, though…
Photojojo’s Ultimate Hipstamatic Guide!
Their Big Wall, with all of the examples, is a bit difficult to navigate.
I was at Lake Ozark over the weekend and snapped a few shots on the riverfront. My sister, on (in?) a coin ride.
You can see my other Hipstamatic shots in my Flickr set.
I downloaded Hipstamatic on my iPhone and messed around with it tonight. Lots of features, lots of settings, lots to learn how to use.
Hipstamatic is a camera app, and it seeks to recreate the experience of using an old analog camera as accurately as possible. Some of the greatest qualities of these old cameras was their unpredictability and quirkiness, and we wanted to bring that to the iPhone.
Here’s a shot of my room.
The app comes with three lenses, two film types, and a flash. You can purchase a lot of equipment for the app including other lenses and film types through in-app purchase.