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Well this has been just a wonderful week of playing around! If you like being pleasantly surprised, then definitely give HipstaMatic a try for your iPhone (sadly, no android version, and I haven’t looked to see if one is in … Continue reading
This evening I went for a bit of a trip and took the LRT to the U of A. It was the first really beautiful evening of the year! Naturally, I had HipstaMatic to keep me company. And as you’ll … Continue reading
I’ve been having a great time with this app. Many things suddenly become fun subjects to shoot whereas I wouldn’t have looked at them twice with my regular Canon camera or my Camera Awesome app.
A good app will always let you control your settings. Having a nice randomizing feature can become irritating if it seem to have its own preferences. In this case, I had several black and white settings it could choose from … Continue reading
So, one thing you should do when using a new app (or an app you’ve used before but haven’t used in a while) is to check all the settings. I learned partway through this exercise that I’d been shooting at … Continue reading
I’m really loving this HipstaMatic week. It’s actually quite refreshing (though often frustrating) to use random settings. It is also often delightfully surprising! On this day I shot more than 30 images, I’m sure, and I’ve come away with these … Continue reading