"While digital cameras that can take clear, detailed, almost `perfect' images are ever cheaper and more accessible..., the use of apps that can replicate the imperfections of even the most limited toy cams of yesteryear has proliferated."
"Instagram, Hipstamatic and Camera+ have all shown that iPhone users love their fake vintage photography. Slapping some Polaroid filters over the shots from your phone has become a cottage industry — but in a very short while, it'll become much, much bigger. The next version of the iPhone's operating system is iOS 5, and part of the new features is an overhauled Camera app, and a whole new framework for developers to make use of it."
Over the last few years consumers have been going crazy for smartphone apps that feature retro camera filters but now app developers are taking the old-school trend a step further with "disposable" cameras, photo printing and postcards.
"As the technology that powers smartphone cameras has steadily improved, the point-and-shoot has become an endangered species. Taking pictures with a smartphone has become so popular, it even has its own name: iPhoneography, or smartphoneography for those with non-Apple mobile phones."
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