Another guest post today from an anonymous source. All I can reveal is that this was taken on an H.T.C. Desire phone using the Retro Camera app.
When I started playing with apps and filters in Photoshop I tried to get images that looked genuine. I still don’t think I have got it. I am sure that I could probably get close, but there is always that missing something from the “modern aged” photos.
This image is of my wife’s two Brothers, Gilbert and Clarence. It dates back from around 1951-52. It was taken with a Box Brownie Camera on 110 film. It has been scanned and left as is.
It’s been rather Autumnal this Winter. Yeah.. it doesn’t make much sense to me either. It’s been pretty cold for short periods. But it’s been windy and rainy just like it would be in October.
Anyway, I was up before the alarm this morning and took this image and had a little fiddle in Snapseed and Mill Colour.
This was the first image I took when the Dali Pak came out from Hipstamatic. I have used it several times for other stuff (avatars on forums and profile pics.)
I have mentioned before that Dali is one of my favourite artists, so this pak gets used a fair bit when I get my weird head on.
Please read this blog post from a strong young lady and if you can relate or would like to offer your support.. well the blog post explains it all.
For someone who very rarely has to be anywhere at any particular time, I do seem to have a fascination with time.
Today’s image is taken with Camera+ and them manipulated with an app called Ripped From Reality
I was going through my iPhone apps today and found a function that lets you see what apps you have bought but are not installed on the phone. I found a couple of photography apps that I had forgotten about.
This image was taken with one that hasn’t been updated since late 2010, so not a top of the range effort but it gave out a pretty cool picture. No doubt I could achieve better results using more modern apps but Format126 was one of the first photo apps I downloaded and it’s pretty cool, in it’s own way.