The magical randomness of Plastic Bullet. If you don’t own a Diana or a Holga then Plastic Bullet is the next best thing to owning a digital version of the classic toy film cameras. This is one of the easiest camera app to use on the market, which makes it one of the camera apps on the market. It was very popular camera app on the market, but with other photo app on the market it’s populaity has gone down. This whole month long series of photos are about being random, just like the editing process of Plastic Bullet. Life is random so why not the photos be the same was this month.
This is the start up page for the app, as you can see it’s pretty simple to operate. I;m going tot ap on “Camera” to shoot a photo for the demo.
After you shoot the photo 4 random edited photos will pop up, you can choose one of these photos to save or…
Hit the circle arrow again and get 4 more random edited photos, you can tap on the recycle circle until you find the edit of you choice. I usually tap on it a few times, out of curiousity or find the edit choice.
I’ve found the edit I really and tap on the photo to save that photo itself. You want to tap on the “Heart” button to save that photo.
Here are you option of saving and sharin you photo, you can just save to the camera roll or broadcast your photo. Broadcast will also save your photo to the camera roll too.
I always save my photo on “large” becuase that’s what I always save at is high resolution. It does take a few minutes to save the photo when you save at “large”.
Here is my saved random edited photo from Plastic Bullet.
Down below is the Flickr Group for the Plastic Bullet App if you want to join the group and post your photos in the group pool. If you have any questions about this blog, please leave a comment of email me email@example.com. You can also check out the Combo Apps: iPhoneography Extreme Editing Group and Pages on Flickr, Facebook and Google+. You can also check out my about.me page @ashcroft54. I also have Combo Apps on Instagram now @combo_apps.
Plastic Bullet for 31 Days, a set on Flickr.
Plastic Bullet, a group on Flickr.