Articles tagged with: Vint B&W
The classic Vint B&W got a new update this week. It sports a new interface, tools, icon, and name. It’s now called Vint B&W MII. The update is bound to make a lot of old iPhoneographers happy in a nostalgic sort of way.
The Simply B&W 1.1 update has just been submitted to the App Store and should street in a few days. The app is about to get a few cool frills.
Users of Vint B&W should give Simply B&W a shot — it has a better toolset and they may find this to be a good, newer, more useful replacement to the classic black & white camera app.
Work on the update for Vint B&W could start as early as next week.The update for Vint Shift should start afterwards.
iPhoneography: Untitled with shadow and stainless steel. Taken with an iPhone 4.
Woodall Rodgers, Dallas, Texas
“Woodall Rodgers”, Dallas, Texas. Photographed with an iPhone 4. Toolbox: Vint B&W, CameraKit
Toolbox: Vint B&W, The Ballpark, Arlington, Texas
Toolbox: Vint B&W, New Glarus Spotted Cow
June 20, 2010
All four of Erik Pettersson’s Vint iPhone series apps are FREE in the App Store right now, including one of my faves, Vint B&W!
The Dude abides.
This is a horrible app and with all of the other free and inexpensive monochrome cameras in the app store, there’s no reason to download this one. There’s no excuse for a basic monochrome camera app to not support full the iPhone’s resolution.