Articles tagged with: Hipstamatic
Hipstamatic 265 was just released, as was Oggl version 1.1.2. No new lenses or films, but you can now share your previously purchased HipstaPaks with your copy of Oggl.
In case you missed it elsewhere, here’s a great musing by another iPhoneographer/Graphic Designer, Ted Villa, posted to his blog ExUrban. It’s great piece more about the visceral aspect of shooting with Hipstamatic and Instagram and less about the technical aspect.
There is something magical about a great black & white photograph. The tools have simplified the process but knowing when to process for color or for black and white isn’t always apparent. Photographer Sid Peña’s tutorial on shooting black and white photographs and getting the best results.
Hipstamatic announces Oggl, a community for creative people to capture and curate their lives through photography. Oggl offers a brand new way to experience Hipstamatic’s beautifully crafted filters, and for the first time ever, directly connects the Hipstamatic community and like-minded creatives from around the world.
The new RetroPak Three for Hipstamatic, featuring four classic lenses and eight films, including the long-awaited re-release of the Nike NSW Always On FreePak is really finally available as an in-app purchase. Really!
It’s no secret that Hipstamatic app has many thousands of happy users the world over. Many of them however, are a little mystified by some of its features. The ‘Favourites’ feature is perhaps, the most useful and yet the most under-used of all. Here’s how to get the most out of it.
If you’re one of the lucky thousands who grabbed Hipstamatic’s new Silver Lake HipstaPak yesterday when it launched, you’ve got a Hipstamatic rarity. The Abbie Lens is no more. The new name is the Mabel Lens and is part of the Silver Lake HipstaPak.
Hipstamatic 262 is finally out now. Included in the update is the long-awaited new Silver Lake HipstaPak, available as an in-app purchase of $0.99.
Hipstamatic have just released the new RetroPak Three, featuring four classic lenses and eight films, including the long-awaited re-release of the Nike NSW Always On FreePak.
The rapid-fire, four image strip was designed for facial portraiture. However, for photographers who think outside the booth, some forethought can produce interesting results.
It’s hard to believe that new photo app Plastica is from the same developer as the great PictureShow. There’s nothing original about this app. Everything about it reminds me of Hipstamatic, except while I was testing this app, I kept thinking how Hipstamatic does everything so much better.
There’s lots of goodness from the The haus of Hipstamatic today. There’s a new Hipstamatic 261 update available for download. Also available is the new Tintype SnapPak, featuring two new films and a new lens.