While I like Camera+ for quick edits, if I want control, my first choice is to send the pic over to the iPad and use Filterstorm. That app is an extremely powerful image editor...unfortunately it's not a universal app and there's no iPhone version available. I'd like to find something equivalent for the iPhone, but so far I haven't seen anything.When it come to photography on the iPhone 4, Camera + app is the best one out there. The only thing it needs is to allow you to edit the effects you add to it such as with the effect "Vibrant" where if you don't want too much vibrant you have an option to reduce the Vibrance or add more Vibrance.
You went with the wise choice in the camera apps. Enjoy using it.
Thanks! Just playing with different filters.. I agree with you on the first pic, a little bright.I like processing of how the 2nd picture (the fence) came out.
The first picture seems a little too powerful with the brightness of the grass.
I like the mailbox pic.A few pics using the Hipstamatic app. I purchased about 3 of the extra lens packs, fun app.. still prefer Camera+.
The Fire Hydrant was photographed using the Camera+, all others with Hipstamatic. One thing to note if you decide to use Hipstamatic, make sure you change your settings to Hi Res images under your normal settings app, I did not realize it and most of the photos I snapped were Low Res. I will upload a picture of the Hydrant that was taken with Hipstamatic Low Res. One last thing, Hipstamatic will embed your location/date in the photo if you so wish.
Enjoying the pics!
Sepia = nice effect but not with that type of pictureI figured I'd post a few comparisons of the filters available on the Camera+ app. There are about 27 filters available, here are a few of them listed in order from left to right, top to bottom:
You definitely have me see what you mean. Hipstamatic is great if done right.Just putting in a good word for Hipstamatic. It doesn't offer as much customization as Camera+ but is meant to capture the experience of using an older plastic camera, which were often unpredictable. Still, both awesome apps that truly show off what the iPhone 4's camera is capable of. Here's two of my favorite Hipstamatic shots.
The first was Lucifer VI with Float film, desaturated in the Photoshop Mobile app. The second is John S with BlacKeys Supergrain, and the third is Helga Viking with BlacKeys Supergrain.What lens and film did you use for those pics?