The Great Hipstamatic

I never owned my own Hipstamatic, but the iPhone app seems like a pretty good simulacrum, even going so far as to force you to use a tiny little viewfinder to frame your shot. the camera takes a second to warm up (well, at least it pretends to be warming up the transistors), also ‘turning on the flash’ takes a few moments. … And since there is no flash on an iPhone, I’m guessing turning on the flash just adds a bit of randomly controlled coloration to the image. changing lens, film, flash is as easy as a swipe of the finger… My other complaint about the application is that the cost doesn’t include some extras like this film, for instance.

Evening rush hour hipstamaticly

Shot with my Hipstamatic for iPhone Lens: John S Film: Kodot Verichrome Flash: Off decluttr there’s a new iPhone phone app called Hipstamatic that’s sweeping through the Flickr community. … Doesn’t seem like it saves high resolution versions though, which is a flaw, imho.

City Sonata Number Twenty Nine was uploaded to Flickr

Hipstamatic double exposure embiggen by clickinghttps://flic.kr/p/2izAJXj I took City Sonata Number Twenty Nine on March 01, 2020 at 11:29AM and processed it in my digital darkroom on March 01, 2020 at 05:29PM

Atget’s Paris

An acquaintance flattered me and compared a photo of mine to Eugène Atget’s work, so I had to learn more. In school, and in my life, I’ve studied the painting masters, visited museums all over North America and Europe, but I haven’t filled in the photography part of my art education as thoroughly, yet.

Reading Around July 9th, 2017

A few snippets for your reading and eye-rolling muscles, collected from various journeys across the vast wasted plain of the internet…   The surprising serendipity of images from photographer (Scott Strazzante) shooting from the hip https://t.co/K8d1MenNbh pic.twitter.com/GXlkcxy81U — Seth Anderson (@swanksalot) July 9, 2017 Nothing to see here, says GOP… Read more“Reading Around July 9th, 2017”

Head In A Vice – Explored

I took this photo of my stairway late Friday night, decided the photo would look better with more stark, defined lines, so converted it to black and white (via Snapseed and then Hipstamatic, I believe, but perhaps only in Hipstamatic). I realize Flickr’s Explore is a computerized algorithm, yet I still am amused when the attention firehose is pointed in my direction

A Thing To Believe In was uploaded to Flickr

love how Hipstamatic turned this almost flat, like a graphic design embiggen by clickinghttp://flic.kr/p/wVZ7jw I took A Thing To Believe In on August 10, 2015 at 03:34PM and processed it in my digital darkroom on August 11, 2015 at 04:49PM

Caught in Your Symmetries was uploaded to Flickr

Hipstamatic macro with an Olloclip lens embiggen by clickinghttp://flic.kr/p/nW5HeR I took Caught in Your Symmetries on July 01, 2014 at 01:45PM and processed it in my digital darkroom on July 05, 2014 at 09:58PM

Self Portrait with a Hat, Redux was uploaded to Flickr

Testing a new Hipstamatic Lens/Film combination embiggen by clickinghttp://flic.kr/p/nT48Uw I took Self Portrait with a Hat, Redux on June 06, 2014 at 01:35PM and processed it in my digital darkroom on June 06, 2014 at 11:16PM