Grid Lens is a fun little photography app that allows you to combine multiple images within a single shot. Grid Lens iOS app screenshot Grid Lens iOS app screenshot Single lens mode The app uses a grid to divide the image on the iPhone’s screen into a series of frames. You can then take photos in two different ways. …
Because like most apps, they simply provide a means for people to do something with their iphone, that makes them think they will look cool in front of others.
I.e. "hey wow - I'll look awesome doing that in front of my friends on my ipad/iphone".
In the same way as smoking makes you look cool and having your car stereo blasting out some dubstep makes you the coolest person in hearing distance.
Actually I take that back. Smoking does make you look cool, but you have to do it right.
I've got a van that blasts out dubstep - not sure about cool status.
Better a decent sound system than rattling windows and doors.
Remember, just because Dubstep is cool, doesn't mean you become cool by listening to it.
... how many of these he will have to sell to pay the fine for taking flash photographs on the Tube.
And, I'll make an assumption here, taking photos on private property without permission?
The app does have an option to turn the flash On/Off....
Which, when he took these photos, he wasn't using.
I'm surprised you weren't arrested for taking photos in the tube station!
photography = terrorism
since the iphone!
Oh, nonsense! A baby is younger than the iPhone, and they are pretty much pointless. (As Ronald Reagan said, they are a loud noise at one end and no sense of responsibility at the other.)
..because most of them tend to be exercises in polishing turds (or at least hiding shitty photography behind 'vintage' FX), but I rather like the look of this. It's based on the various timeslice Lomo cameras from a few years back, which I had one of and it was rather fun.
I have no iPhone though. Anyone know if there's a 'droid equivalent?
I think there is a 'droid equivalent called "I'm a snotty photo snob and I hate it that others can enjoy using their iPhones to have fun while taking pictures"
Wow, such venom over something trivial. Have you considered counselling?
what a bunch of miserable wankers we have posting comments today. It costs as much as a fucking Snickers bar, what's not to like?
Well, call a spade a spade, call a Snickers a Marathon - please!
So, ok many of us could simply achieve the same effect within 5 minutes on Photoshop (or even Paint) but a lot of others either can't do this or simply have better things to do. My kids would probably have fun with this app, but just because I wouldn't doesn't mean I'd piss all over it like you lot.
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