It would be very nice being able to just add the grain without adding a color effect. Another app that offers some cool functionality is Precorder. How do I contact you? Totally tubular video sharing tools are in too! Send it to someone who remembers what those are. The app also gives you further customization options like adding a time stamp, photo frames, and buying additional film filters and cameras. Minor Bug fix where the watermark was staying off or reverting back after closing the app. The old vhs sound noise feedbacks into the microphone and makes the audio unbearable without completely turning down the audio.
When iPhone became a cult and one of the most popular camera phones in the world, app developers wasted no time in creating vintage photo apps which make your photo look like they were shot 50 years ago. Currently there is no batch upload feature for videos. Cameras are getting better and better on smartphones these days. Auto Adjusting brightness for indoors. What you see in the viewfinder is what you get. But for uploading your own videos, not worth it. It is a very good app and the features and aesthetics are spot-on! The old vhs sound noise feedbacks into the microphone and makes the audio unbearable without completely turning down the audio.
The 8mm preset comes as standard along with a host of user adjustable effects like film scratches and vignette type add-ons, however, extra presets are in app purchases, so it is worth remembering that before installing. Once you tap the shutter button, the camera starts taking the photos. Secondly when recording videos there is a strange white border that ends up on the black bars on each side. Camera 360 may be making much of its funny stickers and other live image editing tools in its latest iteration, but don't let that fool you into thinking that this is a light-weight camera app. This one is a little different, in that it is an editor, it only works on video you import into it and has no method of recording using the device camera at all. To test it, I positioned my old iPhone toward my office window, facing the street, so the app could alert me when it detected motion. Other than that i recently discovered this app and i love it! Do you want to make your shots awesome, no matter if they are old vintage, black and white or new high resolution colorful photos, by applying a plethora of special effects? Are there any other cool apps you're obsessed with? For multiple shots, the photos produced from the app are placed sequentially.
It provide beautiful borders, many different colour filters and the sharing function that allows you to share your photos with your social network friends and build an entire network around your photos. This one, intended for the filmmakers among us, brings a retro Super 8 feel to your videos. Secondly when recording videos there is a strange white border that ends up on the black bars on each side. You'll also find plenty of photo effects that can be applied and previewed in real time to photos and videos. And let us remove borders.
Instead, this is for someone looking to produce a short film and needs the Super 8-type filter. Then tap the screen to have it show up in your video. The interface, often neglected in these kinds of apps, carries a retro camera simulation and looks fantastic adding a whole level of satisfaction to the operation. Again, it can be applied to stills as well and there are numerous other user configurable filters that can be added onto the video or stills such as scratches and spots. In-App Purchase themes: Silent Film, Countdown, Light Leak. Over all I love the app, and have been using it for years before it got famous! The unique thing is you can do double exposure, which means the dream-like, overlapping effect is at your fingertip.
When you import clips in the app there is no way to preview the clip before saving it, i get the whole vintage workflow kind of thing but it would be very nice to be able to actually run through the clip with the added effect before hitting the record button and having to actually rip it at 1x speed for it to be saved. Effects are applied in real time so you can see exactly what you are getting. We're big fans of the improved camera on the , though the triple lens setup on the gives Google's phone a run for its money. Overall a brilliant idea that helps you get the start of the video nailed, but the app is far too limited to be an essential one. The ability to see how loud your audio is can really help you capture great sounding audio in the field. They have all the customization as far as editing how you want your videos and photos to look.
Not quite as convincing as 8mm or Super 8 in its effect, but nonetheless a great rendition that is sure to increase your creative options whether you are taking stills or video. The app is available now from the iTunes App store. You'll also find shot settings for anti-shake, a shot timer, and touch shooting. The app includes 5 decade themed presets that not only give you that nice old school look when recorded, it works in real time, and shows a preview of what the video will look like as you are recording. Undeterred, I walked to my local Radio Shack. The Surveillance Camera app works well, though. The app comes with multiple shot modes, such as burst, timed, voice activated and a steady shot helper.
To step up your smartphone snaps, check out these eight vintage camera app options. I bought pro so I can upload my own videos and get the effect I want on them but it keeps crashing. It is very accessible and very easy to use, Nothing is too bad not too good! Then I took off for a walk. These include YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Picasa, MobileMe, Tumblr, your built in clipboard, and email. Playback your videos and share them inside the app! But where Cymera really stands out is its range of transformation tools for beautifying your shots, such as blemish concealers, stretch tools to make you look taller or to widen or narrow the waist or hips, and more. Android phone owners have the flexibility to choose from a wide array of camera apps, with features such as multiple shot modes, composition overlays, steady shot helpers, editing tools and post-processing special effects. Let us know in the comments! The app includes the same ability as Camera Plus Pro to adjust the exposure on the fly.