6 Tips For Better Street Photography With Your iPhone [Interview]

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"They Thought I Was A Jumper." Travis Jensen.
"They Thought I Was A Jumper." @Travis Jensen.

Like many of us, Travis Jensen spends his lunch hour taking iPhone pics.

Unlike most of us, however, his moody urban landscapes and punchy black-and-white portraits have been the object of two photo books, shot with fellow street photography veteran Brad Evans, Tenderloin U.S.A. and the #iSnapSF Field Journal.

Hipstamatic’s Oggl Is Live In The App Store Right Now

Oggl

Oddly named social photo sharing app, Oggl is available now in the App Store. It’s currently invite-only, so you’ll need to download the app and request an invite. Once you do that, you’ll be in line to get a spot in this new experiment from Hipstamatic, one of the first “put a filter on it” photo app developers in the iOS space.

Hipstamatic wants to position this app as more than just a way to snap retro-looking photos of your dinner, but a way to capture and curate some of the best iPhone photography around.

Hipstamatic Is Trying To Rebrand Itself As “Oggl,” A Paid Photo Sharing Service

Remember Hipstamatic? Maybe you aren't hipster enough.
Remember Hipstamatic? Maybe you aren't hipster enough.

Before the 100+-million-user-giant that is Instagram, Hipstamtic was all the rage. No really, like totally. It was one of the first iPhone apps that helped popularize the retro filter look before Instagram stole the show.

Hipstamtic still exists believe it or not, and later this week it will be re-branded as “Oggl,” a paid, subscription-based photo sharing network for the iPhone.