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I just downloaded both of them. Camila Crosbie 4. May Reply.
It may lack a few of the features found in its aforementioned predecessors, but it's really a blast to play with--and you can't beat the price. Ever since hardware manufacturers started putting bigger and better cameras on That's about the only thing wrong with this clever and entertaining app. Jan 4, Version 3. Afterlight 2. Compatibility Requires iOS 8.
Janine Jahnke Divya June Reply. Hiya, Do you find that you can only record in landscape and not vertical on these apps? ADC Fashionista September Reply.
Thanks for the Tip! Will try them out for our blog.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Dust and scratches, retro colors, flickering, light leaks, even frame shakes, all can be instantly added with a single tap of the finger.
Download 8mm Vintage Camera and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. 8 Lenses: Super 8, 16mm, Clear, Flickering Frame, Spotlight, Light Leak, . Download 8mm Vintage Camera and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. 8 Lenses: Super 8, 16mm, Clear, Flickering Frame, Spotlight, Light Leak, .
What you see in the viewfinder is what you get. Free themes: Minimalism, Elegant. In-App Purchase themes: Silent Film, Countdown, Light Leak. When i first downloaded this app i thought its one of those cheesy clickbait apps that just add tons of contrast and fade the blacks in a very unnatural way but it blew me away with its authenticity in both the color and specially the film grain, the quality is so great that im running RED footage through it just to get that grain and colors That being said i have two serious problems with it which i hope to be solved in later updates.
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. The second problem - well not really a problem but a recommendation - is not being able to just add film grain.
The grain patterns are extremely nice and useful and on par with some pretty expensive grain overlays. It would be very nice being able to just add the grain without adding a color effect. I hope this was helpful. For any of them you can toggle a scratch-and-dirt overlay and a frame-shake effect; the latter literally makes the frame jump based on movement of the iPhone.
This effect is probably incomprehensible to anyone who's never watched old home movies--but it's seriously cool for those of us who have. After you've shot some "film," you can organize but not edit your clips, then add titles and credits, insert an authentic-looking Super 8 film leader, and "develop" the movie for viewing with Super 8's "projector. When you're done, you can e-mail your movies to friends or copy them back to your PC via iTunes. Alas, there's no way to share via Facebook or YouTube.
That's about the only thing wrong with this clever and entertaining app. It may lack a few of the features found in its aforementioned predecessors, but it's really a blast to play with--and you can't beat the price. For a limited time, Super 8 is free.
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