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Pop Camera and Its 19 Film Filters Used On a Gorgeous Patch of Sky

Pop Camera: Mr Pop filmI was recently introduced to Pop Camera by Stacy Jill Calvert, one of my co-panelists for our upcoming iPhoneography panel at BlogHer '12.

The picture at left was taken with Pop Camera using its Mr Pop film, which is its plain, unadorned, straight-shooting filter, but Pop Camera also has 18 other film filters, and I'm quite a fan of a number of them.

Mr B/W high contrast film:

Pop Camera: Mr B/W high contrast film

Yellow Fever film:

Pop Camera: Yellow Fever film

Sharp Shooter film:

Pop Camera: Sharp Shooter film

Hippie Out film:

Pop Camera: Hippie Out film

Peppermint film:

Pop Camera: Peppermint film

Ruby Eyes film:

Pop Camera: Ruby Eyes film

Blue Print film:

Pop Camera: Blue Print film

Big Boss film:

Pop Camera: Big Boss film

Welcome Back 1970 film:

Pop Camera: Welcome Back 1970 film

Yoyo Yo film:

Pop Camera: Yoyo Yo film

Not Another Vintage film:

Pop Camera: Not Another Vintage film

Sunshine film:

Pop Camera: Sunshine film

Noisy Pop film:

Pop Camera: Noisy Pop film

Mr B/W low contrast film:

Pop Camera: Mr B/W low contrast film

Hysteria film:

Pop Camera: Hysteria film

Saturday Lights film:

Pop Camera: Saturday Lights film

Bondi film:

Pop Camera: Bondi film

Blue Minus film:

Pop Camera: Blue Minus film

So far, the Mr B/W high contrast, Sharp Shooter, and Welcome Back 1970 films are my favourites. What are yours?

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