Nina Fedrizzi

Spotlight: Photography

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Hipstamatic

Automatically give
pictures taken with your cell phone that vintage, 1970’s-era Instamatic look.
This whimsical photo-enhancement app comes with a choice of six virtual lenses,
eight films, and six flashes to transform your images with a grainy, faded
aesthetic that makes for distinctive Facebook updates and multimedia messages
or e-mails right from your phone.

Cost: $1.99.

Runs On: iPhone.

SodaSnap

Turn any photo on
your iPhone into a virtual postcard (complete with text greeting) that you can
post on Facebook or Twitter or share via e-mail. The SodaSnap+ premium version
lets you resize and make basic edits on your cards, plus you can pick from a
variety of fonts for the text box.

Cost: Free–$2.99.

Runs On: iPad, iPhone.

CameraBag

This
photo-processing app lets you apply classic effects to images taken using your
camera with just a few clicks and finger swipes. Some of the iconic camera
looks include 1962 (high-contrast black-and-white), Instant (looks like a
Polaroid shot, complete with borders), and Helga (faded colors from a trendy square-format
camera).

Cost: $1.99–$2.99.

Runs On: iPad, iPhone.

T+L's Top Travel Apps 2010

Spotlight: Photography

Hipstamatic

Automatically give
pictures taken with your cell phone that vintage, 1970’s-era Instamatic look.
This whimsical photo-enhancement app comes with a choice of six virtual lenses,
eight films, and six flashes to transform your images with a grainy, faded
aesthetic that makes for distinctive Facebook updates and multimedia messages
or e-mails right from your phone.

Cost: $1.99.

Runs On: iPhone.

SodaSnap

Turn any photo on
your iPhone into a virtual postcard (complete with text greeting) that you can
post on Facebook or Twitter or share via e-mail. The SodaSnap+ premium version
lets you resize and make basic edits on your cards, plus you can pick from a
variety of fonts for the text box.

Cost: Free–$2.99.

Runs On: iPad, iPhone.

CameraBag

This
photo-processing app lets you apply classic effects to images taken using your
camera with just a few clicks and finger swipes. Some of the iconic camera
looks include 1962 (high-contrast black-and-white), Instant (looks like a
Polaroid shot, complete with borders), and Helga (faded colors from a trendy square-format
camera).

Cost: $1.99–$2.99.

Runs On: iPad, iPhone.

Nina Fedrizzi

T+L's Top Travel Apps 2010

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