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As part of an online course I’m taking – The Camera in Your Pocket – I’m exploring the different iPhone camera apps. This week’s app is CameraBag.

This is the original photograph I’ll be using to look at CameraBag’s different filters.
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Infrared. According to the Nevercenter web site it’s a “simulation of the popular glowing-foliage landscape photography technique.” Kind of cool. I could see where it might have some application.
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Colorcross. Mimics the darkroom technique of using the wrong chemical to develop film. It seems to have a yellow tint.
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Lolo. Another toy camera type filter. It adds contrast and saturation, crops to a square and adds a frame. I’m assuming it’s mimicing the images you would get from a Lomo camera. According to iPhoneography the Lolo is “another “toy” camera that produces unexpected and striking effects including bright colors, light leakage, spontaneous vignetting, and unpredictable bursts of color.”
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