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New Alchemy Collection available now for VSCO Cam iOS and Android

April 10, 2015 – 7:33 am | Edit Post
VSCO Cam, Alchemy Collection, iPhone, iPhoneograpy, mobile photography

The new Alchemy Collection for VSCO Cam is available now and incorporates a wide range of cross-processed looks.

Analog Camera coming soon to iPhone

May 14, 2013 – 5:53 pm | Edit Post

Realmac Software have announced the upcoming release of a new photo app, Analog Camera. It’s the iOS companion to their Mac-only photo app Analog already available in the Mac App Store. We’ve got a preview and a little more information

lo-mob is FREE today only!

March 17, 2013 – 2:49 pm | Edit Post

lo-mob is FREE today only in the App Store. I would recommend this great iPhone lo-fi app at its regular price of $1.99. For free, this is an essential download.

A Look at Light Leak Apps: Light Leaker and Osmo Leaker Pro

January 4, 2013 – 9:33 am | Edit Post
Osmo Leaker, light leak app for iPhone

When I was shooting film, I thought accidental light leaks ruined many a photo for me. Now, I think intentional light leaks can complete a photo. There are several photo apps that add some nice light leak effects. Here’s my take on two of them, Osmo Leaker Pro and the new Light Leaker.

AnalogColor for iOS is on sale now!

July 28, 2012 – 11:39 pm | Edit Post

AnalogColor for iPhone creates analog-like photos and simulates cross-processing. The app is on sale now for only $0.99 for a limited time. Save a buck on this app until August 1st.

lo-mob 1.6 Update Released

September 27, 2011 – 11:32 am | Edit Post

lo-mob is one of iPhoneography’s earliest retro photo apps and still a classic. The lo-mob 1.6 update has just been released. It fixes a few bugs and adds a new filter and a few useful new features.

Remember RetroCamera? It’s Finally Updated and It’s Awesome!

June 8, 2011 – 3:50 am | Edit Post

18 months later, the developer has released the 2.0 RetroCamera update. It’s all that’s good about the original RetroCamera, and it supports more than the iPhone 4’s native resolution.