Posts Tagged ‘filters’

Google Unveils New and Improved Analog Efex Pro II, a Step Forward Into the Past

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Today, Google has officially announced Analog Efex Pro II, the latest update to its Nik Collection line-up. Striving to “pay homage to the classical, vintage, and alternative processing techniques that photographers used so many years ago,” this update includes a plethora of new features and fixes, further refining the program and taking it to the next level. Read more…

Tens Tinted Sunglasses Are Designed to Give You Instagram Vision

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In a world in which almost all of our mobile photos are passed through a filter of some sort before being shared, we’ve become accustomed to the aesthetic that such filters produce. However, since these alterations are all done in post, they don’t really reflect how our eyes capture the world around us… until now.
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Snapchat Update Includes Ability to Replay Snaps, Add Filters and More

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Snapchat, famous for dealing with the problem of rising attention spans by whittling the life of a photo down to 10 seconds, has gotten a little more time-friendly with an update that includes a limited option for re-viewing images later. Read more…

Flickr iOS App Update Adds Customizable Filters, Pro Editing Tools and More

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Many believe that Instagram’s recent acquisition of Luma means that the photo sharing app will soon be adding some cool features, including live filter previews and editing capabilities. Yahoo!, however, has beaten Instagram to the punch by adding all of this and more to the latest version of the Flickr iOS app. Read more…

Instagram Video Has Arrived, Complete With Image Stabilization and New Filters

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Earlier this week, we reported on rumors that Facebook was planning to unveil Vine-like video for Instagram on June 20th. Well, if you take a quick look at your calendars, you’ll see that the fateful day has arrived, and the expected announcement along with it: Instagram video is now a reality. Read more…

Do Software Filters Beat Glass Filters?

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I was cleaning out my gear drawer recently when I came across a couple of holders for Cokin filters. The filters had long since been sent to an eBay afterlife, but tossing the cases started me thinking, mainly about how I hadn’t missed the things a bit.
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Mount July Launches Its Color-Splashed Lens Filters, Now Taking Preorders

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Want to play around with lens filters that add splashes of color to your photographs? Stanford design students Olivia Vagelos and Martin Bush want to help you out. They’ve designed a new line of color-splashed lens filters that can transform “the feel” of your photos.
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Glassagram Introduces Google Glass to the World of Retro Filters

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As Google Glass ramps up to the point where it’s eventually available to the general public, app developers are looking to get in on the ground floor and start developing for the platform early on. Naturally, several of those apps will seek to provide an Instagram-like service for Glass users, and the first to jump on this bandwagon is an app called Glassagram. Read more…

Mount July DSLR Lens Filters Will Be Like Instagram Filters for Your Camera

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What would it look like if the retro filters found in smartphone camera apps were turned into a real filter you could slap onto the front of your lens? A couple of Stanford product design students think they have an answer.

Olivia Vagelos and Martin Bush have started a new camera filter brand called Mount July, which features the world’s first multi-color, radially graduated filters.
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Glitché App Intentionally Distorts Photos Into ‘Works of Digital Art’

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Aberrations, distortions, corrupt images; all of these are things we typically try to avoid in the world of digital photography. But the Glitché app does the exact opposite. Instead of trying to remove digital imperfections from your photos, the app piles specific distortions on, and in the process turns your pristine pics into “works of digital art” … at least that’s what they’re calling them. Read more…