Hipstamatic is back with a (slightly) new name, updated interface and support for the latest iOS devices.
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Camera app developer Hipstamatic says it has found a way to use the depth data generated by the iPhone X to improve the way its TinType app works out which areas of a picture to render out of focus.
Also releases Hipstamatic Oggl for other Nokia, Samsung and HTC devices.
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Oggl Pro brings even more advanced photo functionality, but only for Nokia's new phone.
New iOS app offers Hipstamatic look with more capture control and sharing features.
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Hipstamatic have a new app update out, and confirms major efforts still under way.
Hipstamatic denies that the layoffs of five employees signifies the death knell for the longtime mobile photography favorite. Yesterday the Hipstamatic team was reduced from a team of 11 to a mere six employees through a restructuring effort and questions quickly arose about the future of the app known for its toy camera capabilities. 'We're still moving full force ahead -- the original team that built Hipstamatic is still here, and remains deeply committed to continuing to make great products that inspire our community and the world,' said Molli Sullivan, Hipstamatic's director of communications.
Mobile photography app Hipstamatic is embracing its growing popularity among photojournalists by creating a new digital lens and film pack named after photojournalist Ben Lowy. Lowy made headlines when his Hipstamatic images documenting life in Afghanistan were published in the New York Times Magazine last fall. The lens and film effects were a collaborative effort between Lowy and Hipstamatic, and will be released later this year as a 'GoodPak' - available for purchase (price TBC) within the iPhone app. (via the British Journal of Photography)
After the success of the original Hipstamatic app, the second in the series, Hipstamatic Disposable, builds on the appeal of the unpredictability of 'toy' cameras but introduces a unique twist to sharing the user experience. Joanne Carter of theappwhisperer.com takes a closer look.
Smartphones are getting more and more popular, and as a consequence more and more people are turning to their phones to take and share photographs. Joanne Carter of TheAppWhisperer.com takes a look at what this means for the 'conventional' photography market.
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