Articles tagged with: Hipstamatic
Users are reporting that the 5 breaks the popular Hipstamatic app. On opening, the app now only has two resolution settings and High only saves at 1200×1200.
The new SwankoLab update is late, but it’s a good one. More importantly, it points to future updates, improvements and new features at a more rapid pace than we’ve seen previously with the app. I’m glad SwankoLab is back and updated. Uncle Stu has been busy cookin’. Here’s hoping he’s got a few more surprises for us.
SwankoLab hasn’t been updated since version 1.1 back on October 6, 2010 — over 100 weeks ago. Do recent rumblings on SwankoLab’s Facebook page mean that the long-awaited update might finally be happening?
This week, Incredibooth was selected by Apple to be the free app of the week. It’s free for download in the App store until this Wednesday at midnight.
Yesterday, as Instagram was announcing its (buggy and overhyped) 3.0 update, the internets were ablaze with other news about Hipstamatic — and not necessarily in a good way. The bottom line? Don’t panic. I don’t think Hipstamatic is going anywhere.
Here’s a call for entries for a high profile, curated mobile photography exhibition this October in San Diego, California — this one with a unique twist. The App Wars is currently accepting submissions — photographs which are processed by Hipstamatic and Instagram apps only.
Hipstamatic and W Magazine announce the launch of a new, limited edition FreePak. The new WMag FreePak is the first-ever magazine-inspired lens, film and virtual camera case created by Hipstamatic.
A follow-up with more exclusive information about the Hipstamatic Disposable, which is no longer available in the App Store. If you already have Hipstamatic D-Series, or Hipstamatic Disposable, read this post for what to expect in the short term from the app.
Here’s a link to a great story and interview with conflict photographer Ben Lowy over on Storyboard. It’s a great read and Lowy’s photography is powerful, sometimes funny, sometimes a little unnerving.
One of the best stories about the early days of Hipstamatic I’ve read yet was recently published by the Twin Cities Pioneer Press. We’ve got the link and some musings of mine here.
The new Hipstamatic 255 update has just hit the App Store. It’s a pretty nice update, too, with plenty of new features, a new standard lens and a new standard film.
The Hipstamatic 252 update is available for download now in App Store. It’s light on exciting new features and paks. But this update features another chance to catch up on one of Hipstamatic’ deleted HipstaPaks. The entire Wicker Park Pak is available once again through this weekend.