All posts tagged "User Tips"
To date or not to date
The Kodot Souvenir date stamp certainly isn’t to everyone’s liking so Hipstamatic has released a second version that offers an option that will please those who would rather not see that date stamp on their pictures. The...
- Posted April 17, 2017
The Editing Suite: Straighten Your Photos
While shooting, we often find ourselves with pictures that are not entirely straight, because we need to be fast, we’re distracted or we were somewhat forgetful. The result is sometimes: a sloping horizon or crooked,… Do not...
- Posted March 7, 2017
User Tips #10: Creating depth of field
Berlewen Jolixor’s pictures are truly unique in their style: she uses Preiser miniatures to create a witty, imaginative and twisted little universe. Her pictures, however, also make use of one of the lesser known, and rarely used,...
- Posted July 7, 2016
Shake it up!
The Tai Hang HipstaPak that was released last Friday includes a lens, Chan and a film, Kowloon 1839, which sports a rather prominent frame. Like most of these types of films, Kowloon 1839’s frame comes in a...
- Posted April 3, 2016
User Tips #11: Locking the screen
Yesterday, I published a picture by Barbare Pyle, who used the Hipstamatic Multi-Exposure Kit, as well as an iPhone function: the Portrait Orientation Lock icon. Many of you enquired about this so here is the procedure: You...
- Posted September 8, 2015
Decoding Multiple Exposure by Polina Sarri
Double Exposure is a creative procedure that involves a certain amount of thought before you shoot, as well as an ability of prediction, along with creativity and imagination. When I first started using the Multiple Exposure feature...
- Posted March 18, 2015
User Tips #9: Sharing photos from Hipstamatic
Sharing photos on your social networking sites directly from Hipstamatic is a really practical and easy function. With a few clicks you can share your pictures on Oggl, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr or Flickr. During a visit to...
- Posted July 22, 2014
User Tips #8: an alternative timer
If there’s one function many of us would really like on Hipstamatic, it is almost certainly a timer, allowing us to make self-portraits. Up until now, the only option was to flip the iPhone around, stretch out...
- Posted November 25, 2013
User Tips #7: Viewfinder Mode
You can access this function in Hipstamatic's advanced settings from the Settings app. Locate your global "Settings" app and open it. Find the Hipstamatic section located in the bottom list with all your other iTunes store apps and tap it....
- Posted June 17, 2013
User Tips #6: Putting order in Hipstamatic
Today's tip: how best to use the 'Shake to Randomize' function, how to disable the elements you are not using and basically how to tidy up Hipstamatic! On the front face of Hipstamatic, click the icon in...
- Posted June 14, 2013