Hipstamatic Shanghai HipstaPak

Hipstamatic released its Shanghai Hipstapak over the weekend and I experimented with it quickly to see what type of effects it made.  I went to a local supermarket to take some photos of roses and took some photos of some antique “heads” that I have at home.  Here is how the Hipstapak is described on Hipstamatic’s website:

Being in the worlds biggest city can be a whirlwind of visual stimulation made of lights and bright colors. The Shanghai HipstaPak emulates the energy of this global center in a vivid watercolored image.

Jing Lens Add a textured kaleidoscope of color to any photo. The gentle strokes seem to be applied with the loose grip of an impressionist painter.

Gongbi Film Close your eyes after a time-lapse of traveling through Shanghai, and the resulting memory is what this film produces. Only dreams can be created in this fashion.

I want to experiment with combining these elements with other lenses and films to fully explore what they can do.


  
  

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