Monday, April 05, 2010

iPhone Hipstamatic on the Weekend

Happy Monday! What better way to start the week than to combine two of my greatest photography loves - Photojojo and my iPhone. If you've followed this blog for a while then you know about my obsession with each of these - and if you're new to Ciao, Chessa! then you'll learn about it sooner or later. I am a Photojoaholic. I'm also an iPhoneaholic. Combine these two loves of mine and WOW-ZA! Holy wonderfulness.

Last week Photojojo wrote a post about my latest iPhone addiction: the
Hipstamatic app. Check out these great tips from Photojojo and take a look at my recent Hipstamtic prints from our trip to East Hampton this weekend - the weather was incredible and we definitely took advantage of it by going to the beachHipstamatic, taking a long walk, having a picnic and watching kites. What about you? Did you enjoy your weekend?

John S with Ina's 1969 Film, No Flash

John S with Ina's 1969 Film, No Flash


We’ve been addicted to Hipstamatic lately, this iPhone app that lets you take retro-look photos with your future phone. You can change up virtual lenses, flashes, and even films.

Thing is, since each lens, film, and flash produces a different look, it can get overwhelming. You know, like, what does the Jimmy lens look like if you use Pistil film and the Dreampop flash?

6 lenses + 7 flash options + 8 films = 336 different combinations. YIKES!

So we took 336 photos with every possible combination of the Hipstamatic arsenal. (Because we love you.) And we even broken it down into an easy guide to tell you which combos go together. (Ditto.)

Photojojo’s Ultimate Hipstamatic Guide - Here’s where we break it down by lens, film, and flash


Be sure to check out all these awesome links!

John S with Blanko Film, No Flash

Kaimal Mark II with Ina's 1969 Film, No Flash

John S with Ina's 1969 Film, No Flash

Kaimal Mark II with Kodot Verichrome, No Flash

Jimmy with Ina's 1969, No Flash

John S with Ina's 1969 Film, No Flash

Jimmy with Ina's 1969, No Flash

Kaimal Mark II with Kodot Verichrome Film, No Flash

Jimmy with Ina's 1969, No Flash

I still have to try out so many of the other options but these are some of my favorite images from the weekend...

Today's Soundtrack:
The Richest Man In Babylon - Thievery Corporation

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