January 19, 2010

Fun iPhone photo/illustration apps

Just a couple of recent finds that manipulate your images in interesting ways:

  • “Digital photography never looked so analog,” proclaim the makers of Hipstamatic. The interface is more than a little (deliberately?) wonky, but it produces some fun stuff. It even makes Photoshop PM meetings look interesting:

    [Via Geoff Badner]

  • PhotoTropedelic “draw[s] upon the colors and symbols of 60’s Pop Art to produce boldly unique art.” Far out. [Via Matthew Richmond] [Update: Apparently the app was created by Adobe’s own Larry Weinberg.]
  • Le Petit Dummy “lets you position a mouth on any photo and play back audio files as the mouth moves in sync.”
  • And, in case you missed it earlier, the LEGO iPhone app (App Store link) will render you in vibrant lo-fi.
Posted by John Nack at 7:07 AM on January 19, 2010

Comments

  • Cris DeRaud — 8:15 AM on January 19, 2010

    Looks like Hipstamatic has invented the LomoPhone.
    Cool app! Worth a couple of bucks.

  • russ morris — 5:40 AM on January 20, 2010

    re:PhotoTropedelic – what? no mention of Peter Max? Jeeeeeez!

  • Foo — 10:52 AM on January 20, 2010

    To all Lego and iPhone fans: Lego just released a free app that lets you generate Lego brick mosaic images from any photo. The app is fun and easy to use. Tab to select a photo from your photo library or take a new photo with the camera. Then you can tab again to generate a different color theme. Visit the site at legoclick.com or download directly from iTunes.

  • ken - singapore photographer — 2:53 AM on January 23, 2010

    interesting apps! when matched with the upcoming improved iphone cam, should be a killer app…

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