HIPSTAMATIC SNAP MAGAZINE PDF

The well-organized interface also makes it a breeze to utilize, whether snapping or sharing shots on social media. The app was recently redesigned from the ground up and now also includes depth tools for dual-lens iPhones, RAW photography, new shooting modes, and faster performance. A recent update added the ability to batch edit multiple photos at once by copying and pasting those edits to other photos. App Store.

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Hipstamatic has made a successful business out of its popular and paid iPhone camera app and the many features it has incorporated to enhance that photo experience: four million active monthly users and 50 million photos snapped through it each month. Today, it becomes an iPad magazine publisher, with a monthly culture and lifestyle title for the iPad called Snap , consisting of original content and images created by Hipstamatic users.

Alongside that, the company is ramping up its social media profile, with the launch of makebeautiful. Lucas Buick, the co-founder and CEO of Synthetic, started out as as a graphic designer at a magazine the telecoms trade title Telephony , a sweet irony for an app maker.

Fresh out of art school, it was there that he cut his teeth in publishing, and also started to get the itch to do something a little more creative. Snap will come out monthly, and will be focused around a single theme, played out through eight sections and three feature stories. The first theme will be Make Beautiful, like the hashtag project.

The chance of getting your own pictures into a monthly issue should also help with user engagement. In particular, Climax—an exploration of the things that we all think yet rarely speak about. For now, there is no indication of advertising or any other revenue generation behind Snap. Snap is an opportunity for us to showcase beautiful photos and continue to tell the story of the creative class.

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Hipstamatic Branches Out With A New iPad Magazine, Snap, And #MakeBeautiful Social Campaign

Back when Valencia and Nashville were just places, and Rise was just what you hoped to accomplish before 9 AM, the app Hipstamatic revolutionized mobile photography and helped make filtering photos mainstream. After winning Apple's first ever "App of the Year" award in and collecting 4 million active users , it seemed like nothing could stop Hipstamatic's meteoric rise. Hipstamatic laid off all but six employees three months later. But more than five years since then, Hipstamatic is still not dead. Facebook and its subsidiaries have frequently taken "inspiration" from existing interfaces, replicated them and made the original obsolete. Last year for example, Instagram launched its Stories feature, a near clone of Snapchat stories. In the year following the launch, Instagram's daily usage has risen, while Snapchat's has fallen dramatically.

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Hipstamatic Founders Launch Monthly iPad Magazine

Before Lucas Buick cofounded Synthetic, the company that created popular iPhone app Hipstamatic , he was employed as a graphic designer at a trade magazine — a post, he says, he ultimately decided to leave in pursuit of more creative freedom. On Thursday, Buick is reentering the magazine business on his own terms, launching a free monthly iPad magazine called Snap. The title , edited by longtime music blogger and Synthetic social media manager Katie Carroll , is compromised of eight sections and three feature stories based on a monthly theme. The content is largely focused on art, culture, music and fashion. Two of the eight sections are devoted to travel, another purely to profiles of "elite" photographers. One section, called "Climax," is designed to spark conversations about more polarizing topics, including sex, religion and politics. All but two of the photos in the issue were shot using Hipstamatic, and most of the photos in the future will also be shot that way, Molli Sullivan, Hipstamatic's director of communications, tells me.

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Hipstamatic has made a successful business out of its popular and paid iPhone camera app and the many features it has incorporated to enhance that photo experience: four million active monthly users and 50 million photos snapped through it each month. Today, it becomes an iPad magazine publisher, with a monthly culture and lifestyle title for the iPad called Snap , consisting of original content and images created by Hipstamatic users. Alongside that, the company is ramping up its social media profile, with the launch of makebeautiful. Lucas Buick, the co-founder and CEO of Synthetic, started out as as a graphic designer at a magazine the telecoms trade title Telephony , a sweet irony for an app maker. Fresh out of art school, it was there that he cut his teeth in publishing, and also started to get the itch to do something a little more creative. Snap will come out monthly, and will be focused around a single theme, played out through eight sections and three feature stories.

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An award-winning team of journalists, designers, and videographers who tell brand stories through Fast Company's distinctive lens. Leaders who are shaping the future of business in creative ways. New workplaces, new food sources, new medicine--even an entirely new economic system. There are casual iPhoneographers, and then there are Hipstamatic users. But today, Hipstamatic will launch Snap , a free monthly culture and lifestyle magazine for the iPad featuring original editorial content and, naturally, gorgeous spreads of Hipstamatic photos.

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