Back in the old days, it was exciting to wait for the whole film roll in a camera to develop to see a particular snapshot. Wouldn’t it be fun to have a taste of that again? From the team behind Hipstamatic and IncrediBooth comes Hipstamatic Disposable for iPhone, a free app that lets you choose from a collection of disposable cameras, each with a different filter and a capacity of twenty four photos. Once you have captured the twenty four shots, the app allows you to view them, share them in bulk or individually over Twitter and email. What makes Hipstamatic Disposable stand out from other apps of its genre is that you can invite Facebook friends to a camera you chose (provided they have the app too), allowing them to shoot photos with you until the roll runs out. The collective roll of resulting photos is automatically synced between all parties.
From the app’s homescreen, you can start snapping photos by tapping start new camera. From within the screen that follows, you can go with the default (D-fault) camera or purchase other disposable cameras (each with a different effect) from within the app. After you’ve made your selection, the app lets you choose a sticker (skin) for your camera. As mentioned earlier, you can invite friends from Facebook who have the app on their iOS devices to capture snapshots with the same camera. The resulting album is shared between all participating users.
Each camera has a slider to set the intensity of the filter/effect that is applied to each photo. Tap the flash toggle, and the app lets out that familiar sound old camera flashlights used to make while powering up. The number of photos left in a camera (or at least the D-fault camera) is displayed in the bottom-left corner of the capturing screen.
When the camera roll runs out, the app lets you view, geotag and share all photos over Twitter or via email. Sharing can be done in bulk or individually.
Hipstamatic Disposable’s quality vintage interface, unique camera sharing feature and impressive results make it a must-have for all photography enthusiasts. The app is available for free on the iTunes App Store. Grab it from the link provided below.