When Paul Kelly sang "I've done all the dumb things", we're pretty sure he was speaking on behalf of the creators of the Hipstamatic D-Series app. We're 99 percent sure.
The people at Hipstamatic have decided that taking pretentious pictures that are artificially scarred and warped is simply not enough, and instead they want to hail back to a bygone era even MOAR and create the D-Series app, which is much more like a real life disposable camera. And what was so special/fucking annoying about disposable cameras? You couldn't review the photos you had taken until you finished the full 24 shots.
Founder of the company responsible for the app, Lucas Buick, says he wants people to "experience a type of photography that people have forgotten about". You know why people have forgotten about it, guy? Because it became outdated. Why did it become outdated? Digital cameras were invented. DO YOU NOT SEE THE IRONY OF CREATING A DIGITAL APP THAT HAS THE SAME LIMITATIONS AS ITS LESS ADVANCED PREDECESSOR?
We need a lie down.
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