Filter effects aren't a new thing. But when Instagram hit the market, everybody began using them because it was simple. Take a picture, add an effect. It wasn't only easy, it was fun. It started a craze among smartphone users everywhere, prompting a slew of retro photo filter apps to pop up for Android and iPhone. One app that stands out from the crowd is FX Photo Studio.
Whether it be through a window, a puddle of water, the ground or a car mirror, reflections occur with just the right amount of light and the proper surface. For this week's Phone Snap Reflection Challenge, post your submission to the corkboard by Monday, January 23rd at 11:59 pm PST for a chance to win a Grassy Lawn Charging Station.
Thank you to everyone who entered Phone Snap! and MacPhun's contest for the International iPhoneography Exhibition. There were a lot of impressive entries, and I'm very excited to announce the three photos that will be shown at the exhibition December 18th through the 22nd at the Soho Gallery for Digital Art in New York City.
Congratulations to Cerek Tunca for his double exposure New Year's Eve cell phone photo, 12 O'clock, the winning shot of our Phone Snap New Year's Challenge!
Congratulations to Katie Howell for her colorful triptych, Christmas Colors, the winning shot of our Phone Snap Holiday Challenge!
Hey all, I've introduced myself in the forum, but for newcomers, I'm former admin of Giveaway Tuesdays, and current moderator of Phone Snap!
Congratulations to Bryan Kiguchi for Dreaming Little Bird, our winning shot of the Phone Snap Double Exposure Challenge!
just experimented to wear those eyeglass which are partially concave and convex no editigns and mixings in this
The first Phone Snap challenge has come to an end and we have a winner! Congratulations to Rob Sawyer, for his funny and creative spin on the infamous Play-Doh character, "Mr. Bill gone MAD!!!".
This picture was taken and edited with the IPhone . _______
Check out iPhone app, LEGO Photo. It converts any photo to look like it's built from Legos. Best of all, it's free. I used a photo of a dinosaur I submitted to a previous challenge in Giveaway Tuesdays. See the original here.
Shot and edited with iPhone 3G.
This image is particularly Nostalgic to me, as this near 30-ft. tall Santa statue not only gave me the gift of some unusually early thoughts of Christmas, but also some much needed relief from the sizzling summer heat...
I thought the brightness in the cat picture mixed well with the brightness of the white sand of Destin, Florida. I wished I could have cropped the picture with the cat in it so there wasn't a huge chair on the water! Tiger (the cat) was actually watching a bug fly by, witch is also in the shadow but isn't visible through the sand. I used Instagram to apply the Hefe filter to the shadow picture and BlendCam to do the double exposure part.
Nostalgia to me is watching "A Charlie Brown Christmas" with my Mom. RIP Mom! miss you!
When I see Kindles and e-readers, I can't help but get a little sad over all the things those e-books are missing. The weight of literature in your hands. The feeling of turning pages one by one. The texture of the cover. The wonderful smell of an old book that's been sitting on a shelf for years, waiting for me to choose it.
Taken w/ iPhone 4s "Camera," edited w/ "Snapseed."
I used iPhone app Blender to superimpose two shots, both taken in Bali—the clouds, and a famous surf spot (Uluwatu).
in-phone edit only.
I saw this car as i was driving home on Thursday morning, Thanksgiving. after a heavy night of partying, and thought it would make a great image. Taken with my Galaxy S Samsung Epic 4G, then imported to lightroom for some tweaking
Taken with Samsung Epic 4G Touch (Galaxy S II) used Little Photo to "Double Expose". I used to do this for real with an old camera on Black & White Film this is so much easier :-)
A little guy we have around the studio from a show I've had the pleasure of working on doing the English re-recording dub mix.
iphone 4 Instagram Camera+ and Picture Frames
Don't be fooled by this little Dino, he can also transform into a super monstarrr!!! RAWR. :) Shot and uploaded with a Samsung Galaxy S II. Just cropped, no other edits.
Older photo form a rather simple phone, a Sony Ericsson W900 (2Mp was as bad as the very first iPhone - except this Sony came a year earlier).
Taken with the iPhone 4 using Camera+
Taken with iPhone 4S with Photoforge2, creative lighting used.
Shot and edited with iPhone 3G.
A selection of skateboards lined up on Brighton beach taken on Iphone4 edited using snapseed app and pictureframe app...
iPhone 4 Hipstamatic: Helga Viking Lens; Pistil Film; Flash off
Phone used: iPhone 4