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Forgot to add the steps to "develop" the pictures

1. Drag and drop your original JPEG
2. The application will "develop" the polaroid and you have to wait
for it to finish developing else you can click to save a sample first
(provided you are super impatient)
When finished you should see a red cross thingy on the bottom right
(with sound)
3. After you develop 10 JPEG, you will need to restart the application
(according to the mag it works like a real polaroid aka reload)

it's fun.
 

lennyl

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Forgot to add the steps to "develop" the pictures
You mean I don't need to shake my computer like how people would wave the Polaroid print to "speed it up"?

(Yes I know the waving doesn't speed it up)

Shake it like a Polaroid picture...

Sounds like an interesting iPhone app if there's any of you developing apps for the iPhone. It's amazing what people are willing to pay $1 for...

Edit : they allow you to "shake the picture" apparently :bsmilie:
 

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You mean I don't need to shake my computer like how people would wave the Polaroid print to "speed it up"?

(Yes I know the waving doesn't speed it up)

Shake it like a Polaroid picture...

Sounds like an interesting iPhone app if there's any of you developing apps for the iPhone. It's amazing what people are willing to pay $1 for...

Edit : they allow you to "shake the picture" apparently :bsmilie:
Actually was playing with it now and shaking it apparently speeds up. haha :sweatsm:
 

handman

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dled the sw and tried.. it's cool man.. and fun..
i guess shaking made it faster.. at least to me.. =)
and.. Happy CNY!
 

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it's a real joy to play around the software..

actually i noted this program some time back.. but back then it was onli available for mac.. haha.. thanks for sharing!
The mag I read also talked about mac only available thing but
when I check I saw the guy who did the software wrote for WIN
also so decided to tell the rest
(Good thing i'm using mac haha :lovegrin:)
 

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You mean I don't need to shake my computer like how people would wave the Polaroid print to "speed it up"?

(Yes I know the waving doesn't speed it up)

Shake it like a Polaroid picture...

Sounds like an interesting iPhone app if there's any of you developing apps for the iPhone. It's amazing what people are willing to pay $1 for...

Edit : they allow you to "shake the picture" apparently :bsmilie:

Yah.
Shake your Macbook to develop faster.
Macbooks got Sudden Motion Sensor.

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zero o

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Haha that's nice! But only problem is that it cannot be downloaded and use it
offline.
You can try photoscape .. it has a filter function in there to mimic tilt and shift lens ... :). Here is a pic i did using it ...

 

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