When was the last time you took some time out of your day to play with your favorite action figure? Or build an entire town of Legos? Well, it’s time for you to dust off that old toy chest for this week’s Phone Snap challenge!
2012 has arrived! Time to get rid of that generic 2011 calendar that was gifted to you two Christmases ago and replace it with a new and updated calendar, personalized with your own photos. Thanks to the wonderful girls at Shutter Sisters, creating your own 2012 photo calendar is quick and simple to make with these DIY templates.
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!
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!
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 on an iPhone 4s using the Emo filter with Magic Hour.
I was trying to do this at work and didnt realize my boss was behind me! Luckly, he laughed when I told him what I was doing, but then immediately told me to get back to work, lol. I used Camera + on the Iphone 4S.
Greetings everyone, Thought I'd say hello and introduce myself. Pretty excited to participate in these weekly challenges. Until I have an entry in this weeks, here's a little of what I'm about.
What do you do when you've been wanting to take some awesome photos with your cell phone but can't seem to find a captivating subject? Well, whether or not you realize it, no matter where you go, you will always have a reliable subject to photograph—you! For this week's Phone Snap Challenge, we want you to show us your taste and personality by sending in your most creative and expressive self-portrait!
Reflections can make lifeless photos come to life or add a point of interest to an otherwise uninteresting photograph. They can also be used to distort one's perspective. With a mixture of a little imagination and science, some beautiful reflection shots can be created. This week, photograph some reflections with your cell phone and share them to the community corkboard.
It's time to get silly with your cell phone photos! This How-To will have you violently shaking your head back and forth. Why? To capture a shot mid-seizure, producing a "Jowler", a still image of the face one makes while vigorously shaking one's head. Click through for more information.
For some, the end of the year is an opportunity to turn over a new leaf and create a new beginning. For this week's Phone Snap Challenge, take plenty of photos on your cell phone this New Year's because we want to see how you're going to ring in 2012. Or show us what the start of the new year means for you. Post your image to the corkboard by Monday, January 2nd at 11:59 pm PST for a chance to win a Fotodiox Thermo Lens Mug.
Congratulations to Eline Art for "Puddle Reflection", the winning photo for this past week's Phone Snap Challenge!
Word's been out that there will be a new app coming from the people who brought us Hipstamatic. Well now, those rumours have been confirmed as Synthetic, the developers of Hipstamatic, have just announced a new social sharing app in the form of a disposable camera called D-Series. The D-Series iOS app is set to release tomorrow, December 15th. And the best part about it? It's free!
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.
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.
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!!!".
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 with iPhone 4S with Photoforge2, creative lighting used.
iPhone 4 Hipstamatic: Helga Viking Lens; Pistil Film; Flash off
It was a rainy night and I captured this with my Nokia E5. . . . . edited with frame effect and sepia
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 :-)
Taken with the iPhone 4. Snapseed used for editing.
Taken with an iPhone 4 using Hipstamatic 225 with the John S lens and Rock BW-11 film.
Our friend Clarence. Shot with an iPhone 4 - processed in SHAKE IT.
HTC Evo 4g - Edit - LittlePhoto
Photo made with Doublexpro using two Hipstamatic Prints. I used several more apps to get the end result.
iPhone 4 DXP Camera+ and PS Express
I got a teakettle for Christmas. I used Snapseed and Dynamic light.
Instagram on iPhone 4
No filters, just my 3G. This isn't really toys, but I think it counts. I love to paint these. The people are 15mm tall and are from WW2- hard to paint! I have a ton more- I just set this one up. I buy them and make them. For instance, the V1 rocket in the upper right is homemade, while the artillery in the lower right is bought.
iPod Touch 4G, Instagram.
Phone: Andriod 2.1 Moto Defy Editted in Picsy