Decim8's new Fingerblib effect



I’m seeing more and more iPhoneography munged very creatively using the photo app Decim8. The corrupted JPEG effects are refreshingly different from the large numbers of analog-style photo apps available.

Hot on the heels of the Decim8 1.2 update, Kris Collins has released the 1.3 update. While the previous update improved the stability of the app, the new update adds a new filter — one of the more popular user requests for this app.

The update only includes one new filter, but it’s pretty good on its own and very nice when used in combination with at least one more filter as the app usually does when randomizing effects. I think its one of the app’s better fracturing effects.

The new effect is called “Fingerblib” and it uses brightness levels in the scene to fracture the image data. I’ve included several samples of just Fingerblib in this post.

The update also include a few UI tweaks.

Decim8 is $0.99 in the App Store and is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later.

Decim8 - Kris Collins


Fingerblib effect

Fingerblib and Graboid effects in Decim8