The Kinetic Collection

By on December 29, 2020

Hipstography saw the light of day on December 29, 2012, so today is its 8th anniversary! One thing is crystal clear though: Hipstography would never have grown into what it is today, if it weren’t for you, the readers so, I’d like to thank all of you, from the bottom of my heart, for all your support and trust. To celebrate, we are today also launching the eighth Hipstography combo collection: The Kinetic Collection.

The-Kinetic-Collection-Packaging

The Kinetic Collection contains four combos developed by Kathleen Magner Rios, Panio Ventza, Polina Sarri and myself. Each of us dove into the Hipstamatic catalogue to create four unique combos, combining both old elements, such as films and lenses from the very beginning of Hipstamatic, with newer elements. Whatever they have turned out to be, they all plunge you into different universes.

Banner-The-Kinetic-Collection

 

Each of the four combos in the Kinetic Collection carries the name of one of the mathematicians who developed the field of kinetic energy. Please meet: Gaspard, Emilie, Willem and Kelvin. Don’t forget that you can modify these combos to your liking, that’s the beauty of Hipstamatic, after all!

Send us your pictures! We can’t wait! Remember to tag your photos with #Hipstography on Instagram or Facebook and also add #Gaspard, #Emilie, #Willem or #Kelvin (when using on e of the combos). You may now go play with your new toys… ;-)

 

The-Kinetic-4-posters

 


 

Willem by Polina Sarri

 

This combo, Willem, is available for download at the bottom of this page.
You can find a number of pictures taken with this combo on this page.


 

Emilie by Kathleen Magner Rios

 

This combo, Emilie, is available for download at the bottom of this page.
You can find a number of pictures taken with this combo on this page.


 

Kelvin by Panio Ventza

 

This combo, Kelvin, is available for download at the bottom of this page.
You can find a number of pictures taken with this combo on this page.


 

Gaspard by Eric Rozen

 

This combo, Gaspard, is available for download at the bottom of this page.
You can find a number of pictures taken with this combo on this page.


 

Before you proceed to download the three combos, please read the following technical and practical observations:

Practical manual

These combos, like those in the "Downloadable Combos" or "The Hipstography Combo Collections", can ONLY be applied AFTER you have taken your picture. These combos are elaborate combinations (unlike the usual lens, film and/or flash) that would consume a lot of resources and, hence, slow down Hipstamatic considerably. You can use them as you’re shooting, but none of the Pro Mode parameters (such as exposure, clarity, definition, etc…) will be applied directly.

As an example, Gaspard was created with Madalena (44%), with Ina's 1969 and Jolly Rainbo 2X reduced to 20%. The exposure is +0.1, the Temperature set to 7000, etc… If you use the combo while shooting, you will end up with the Madalena, Ina's 1969, and Jolly Rainbo 2X combo, although everything will be at the original 100% level. That being the case, you will need to apply the combo afterwards to get the full effect.

 

 


 

Download

On the practical side of things, you can find the downloads at the bottom of this page. You will have to open the page on your iPhone by using a browser like Safari or Chrome. If you happen to have arrived here - on this page - through an article or a link on Facebook, you’ll have to do a U-turn! The Facebook browser doesn’t allow this kind of download. You really do need to open a separate browser, such as Safari and navigate your way to hipstography.com and click on the appropriate link.

You can find a complete tutorial regarding the new way to download the combos here.

 


Willem
Willem
WIllem.hipstamatic
2.3 KiB
598 Downloads
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Emilie
Emilie
Emilie.hipstamatic
2.2 KiB
492 Downloads
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Kelvin
Kelvin
Kelvin.hipstamatic
2.3 KiB
403 Downloads
Details

Gaspard
Gaspard
Gaspard.hipstamatic
2.2 KiB
421 Downloads
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