All posts tagged "User Tips"

  • To be Square or not to be Square

    When Lori Hillsberg sent me her series "Characters of New York", I had a bit of a visual shock when I saw the format of the pictures. Using a 16:9 format, she added a fierce energy to...

    • Posted March 6, 2018
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  • Focusing on Depth of Field

    The Hipsta365 Facebook page suggested an interesting challenge last week: namely, creating Depth of Field in Hipstamatic. We published a few articles in the past about DOF but with the latest updates certain functions have been modified...

    • Posted February 16, 2018
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  • The Dark Side of Bream

    While visiting Paris for a few days, Kathleen Magner Rios published an exquisite series of pictures on Facebook and I couldn’t believe what I was seeing when I came across a picture of a merry-go-round and the...

    • Posted November 21, 2017
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  • Hipstamatic 336

    A new version of Hipstamatic has hit the streets and it’s available, as of now, in the App Store. Aside from a few bug fixes (see list below), it’s a small aesthetic modification that actually caught our...

    • Posted May 6, 2017
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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