It's grim up North

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by sconosciuto, Jan 8, 2011.

  1. sconosciuto

    sconosciuto Member

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    I present to you a collection of twelve photos taken over the last month, beginning a new year's resolution a little early and enjoying the results.

    Analog has never been so much fun, except for the frustration with the borders being so inconsistent. It's nice and frosty but something's up with the film development - I think the culprit is John S.

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    C&C appreciated.
     
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  2. kally

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    I really enjoyed looking at these, they all look like fond memories reminisced. Thanks :)
     
  3. lothloriel

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    Sweet stuff; really like the tone in all the images
     
  4. onrelas

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    Hi there. Some nice captures you have there.
    Could I ask why the borders are exactly the same? Did you just use a photoshop effect/border for these?
    It's particularly noticeable on the rougher borders.
    I thought you said you shot analog/not digital, why did you add these borders after?
    Cheers
     
  5. lucid

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    wow, looks a lot like the hipstamatic camera.
     
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    sconosciuto Member

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    Well played, good sir!
    See above.
     
  7. xhanatos

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    so you shot film and ran it through hipstamatic to make it filmier?
     
  8. methd

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    hipstamatic is an ipone app that converts the image to film-look as soon as you take it. you can't really run an existing image through it. i think all these images were taken using that app. i use this app a lot.. it's very cool :)
     
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    Hipstamatic

    /plug

    Seriously though, it's the best $2.49 I've ever spent.
     
  10. xhanatos

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    ahh thanks for the clarification. i assumed it got ported for desktop use.
     
  11. juppy

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    Its certainly an awesome app eh.... although a little slow to process the images on the highest res setting. Its a shame it doesnt yet have a timer or ability to change the effect after you have taken the shot but I guess they are trying to make it as much like an analog camera as possible.
     

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