B/W Hubble

and caught in a Hipstamatic frame to boot.

This week over at Move the Chair I have been experimenting with Hipstamatic which has been annoying, exciting, frustrating and challenging-take your pick. I probably have experienced it all working with this app.

Part of the challenge certainly has been the diverse type of films, lenses and flashes-it can be very overwhelming. But I am glad to have finally tackled it somewhat and am a little more comfortable navigating around.

Here is Master Hubble captured with a daguerreotype film and lens. One image I ran through Snapseed to clean it up a bit more.

Today’s Dog Quote:

“It seems to me that the good lord in his infinate wisdom gave us three things to make life bearable- hope, jokes, and dogs. But the greatest of these was dogs.” 
― Robyn Davidson, Tracks: A Woman’s Solo Trek Across 1700 Miles of Australian Outback

For today: Hubble in Black and White

Hubble Hipstamatic

Hubble Hipstamatic


Hubble Hipstamatic

Hubble Hipstamatic

4 thoughts on “B/W Hubble

    • That is one of the challenges/thrills in working with Hipstamatic-you never quite know what you are going to get-but so far I am inclined to use more of their black and white films than color-funny too how that little ear always seems to make a statement 😉


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