Articles tagged with: toy camera
The three toy camera apps from MorokoshiMan, PICtone, INStan Pocket and CAMERAtan are FREE right now in the App Store for the next day or so. Each app is $1.99, so this is a total savings of about $4.
Leme Camera is back with yet another revision, but unlike the update that prompted Marty to give them a justified smackdown last spring (while I lambasted it elsewhere) this update is a decided improvement that brought Leme Camera back onto my dock.
It looks like one of the other “Retro Camera” apps is getting an update this week. Retro Camera Plus from Urbian, the iOS version ported from Retro Camera for Android, got an update today not long after the update for Android hit the streets.
Plastic Bullet is a toy camera app that applies random variations of saturation, blur, light leaks, color shifts and vignetting to create the sort of “happy accidents” that contributed to the popularity of Lomography. It usually sells for $1.99, and occasionally goes on sale for $0.99. Right now, it’s FREE.
The excellent toy and retro camera iPhone photo app PictureShow is on sale through the weekend. It’s only $0.99 for the next day or so — a savings of 50%.
PictureShow by graf emulates various toy camera styles. It enables you to mix and edit such effects as frames, light leaks and noise in your iPhone photography. The PictureShow 3.0 update was released earlier today and it’s even cooler than the preview we posted a few days ago.
CameraTAN from MorokoshiMan is the toy camera app with the cryptic names but creates some good effects. It’s just been updated to version 3.2. The app gets yet another facelift, a new icon, and several new features.
Cameramatic 1.1.2 update was just released. This camera app gets better with each update and I’m really enjoying shooting with it. The new update adds several new filters, some new features, and bug fixes. Cameramatic has definitely improved beyond its version 1.0 bugs. It’s quickly become one of the best toy camera, digital lo-fi apps for iPhone.
Cameramatic is a new toy camera app. It’s loaded with great looking vintage and analog filters and frames, but it suffers from a few version 1.0 bugs.
Plastic Bullet from Red Giant Software is a plastic camera-style app. It randomly applies a variety of color and saturation effects, blurs, vignettes, as well as well rendered, grungy analog-looking borders.
An app that I’ve been seeing more of in Flickr groups is a free toy camera app called Pudding Camera. It’s not perfect — it has some limitations, but it does a lot for a free app and it does it well, for free, and without ads.
The latest CameraBag update, version 1.85 was released today and includes a new filter, “Plastic”.