Budapest HipstaPak now available in Hipstamatic and Oggl

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The latest Hipstamatic film and lens pak arrived a week late and the new Budapest HipstaPak is now available in Hipstamatic ($1.99) and Oggl apps.

Inspired by the city as well as the Wes Anderson film The Grand Budapest Hotel, the new pak features the new Murray lens and Tilda film — a nod to two of the film’s stars, Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton.

The Tilda film adds brightness and a subtle, uneven texture. The new Murray lens picks up the warmer colors of an image. The overall effect is a vintage look with deep, saturated tones. Photos have an overall magenta or rosy cast as well as warmer tones with a slightly washed-out (washed-in?) look. Subtle texture and imperfections add finish and “age” to the photo.

I like the new pak and I don’t regret spending the buck. I think the combination of hues, contrast and texture that this pak adds to a photo is a perfect compliment to the warm tones of late summer and early autumn light.

The new Budapest HipstaPak is a $0.99 in-app purchase for users of the classic Hipstamatic app.

On the fence about this one? Check out our gallery of Budapest HipstaPics below. Click to enlarge.

 

 

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