Hipstamatic News

Many of you know that I have been using the Hipstamatic app quite a bit recently to take photos with my iPhone 5. This week the app has been updated and submitted to Apple for approval.

Hipstamatic 300 will give the photographer the ability to change film/lens combinations after taking the photo. The ability to take Panoramic shots, use rectangular formats and apply editing to the photos promises to make this new version very popular with both new and experienced users. For the Purists among us (me included) the Classic format for shooting will still be available.

Here is a link to an informative article on what’s ahead for us: Hipstamatic 300, the final straight!

  6 comments for “Hipstamatic News

  1. Em
    September 26, 2015 at 3:30 PM

    I used hipstamatic for years but recently switched to Oggl. When I got the email through today I did wonder if I would benefit from switching back but considering they are basically the same thing I don’t know what’s worth sticking with!


    • September 27, 2015 at 7:55 AM

      I think that the new version of Hipstamatic does everything that Oggl is presently doing but with one big exception: In Hipstamatic you “own” the combos that you purchase and in Oggl you are “renting” them —if you stop paying you no longer have access to all of the combos.

      “Pay me now, or pay me later” either way we have to pay to play.

      Thanks for your comment,


  2. September 24, 2015 at 6:41 PM

    Thanks for the news–I’ve been using this app more and more. I truly like the idea of being able to change the combination after the image has been taken. Strangely, I had wished that I could have done that today.


    • September 24, 2015 at 6:52 PM

      I would like to be able to do that for life, in general. Thanks, Sally. I am looking forward to version 300 and trying something new. Ω

      Sent from my iPhone



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