Articles tagged with: lomography
The Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner looks to be a pretty slick gizmo for scanning film on the go and even adding a little LOMO flair to your photos. At about $50, it’s a pretty reasonable deal.
LomoLomo is gone from the App Store. The free version has been replaced with the newly named LemeLemeHD. Read this before upgrading. In addition to a new nonsense name, the update’s changes are lame lame.
The LomoLomo App Store description beats you over the head with “Don’t Think. Just Shoot.” which is a good mantra for iPhoneographers to have. If you’ve already purchased LomoLomo Pro, recent updates have addressed many of the usability issues of the app and it’s worth a revisit. It’s now pretty good and the developer seems to push out more improvements on a steady basis. If you only downloaded the free LomoLomo, dropping a buck for the Pro version will get you more of the app’s great films.
There are a ton of Lomography apps in the App Store. Nearly all of the biggies are as good as or better at recreating the LOMO experience digitally. Nearly all do it far less expensively than the LomoLomo apps.
Plastic Bullet creates gorgeous, one-of-a-kind Lomo effects, and now supports full-resolution on all iPhones. It’s ready for prime time.
Plastic Bullet is a new plastic camera-style app. It’s a true lomography app — one that encourages you to explore the “happy accidents.”
SwankoLab from the makers of the extremely popular Hipstamatic app was released today and is available now in the U.S. App Store for $1.99
old new york in a modern world is a project and photoblog which features photographs which makes modern day New York look old.
Great filters help make Andigraf a camera app that’s more fun than you’re expecting
Film Lab is coming to the App Store soon. It applies the look of vintage films to your photos.
ClassicPan has been updated to version 1.0.3, currently available in the App Store, and it is a great update. Not only does it fix the two biggest issues I had with the app, but it adds two new film modes….
Now that you’ve shot your image, how are you going to process it? There are some great image editing apps available and best of all, the price is free!