New iPhone Camera App!

100 Cameras in 1, Now Available!

You can download the app (iTunes store link) now!

Wow has it been hard to keep this a secret! There is so much to say! To get the full story, see sample photos, and more, you can visit the 100 Cameras in 1 page here on the site.

Also, we’ve already submitted a feature-laden update to the app store.  Scroll to the bottom to see more upcoming goodies!  If you’re a HARDCORE photographer, this isn’t for you.  It’s been designed for people that want a lot of power and flexibility without being overwhelmed with dozens of controls.

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Sample Results with 100 Cameras in 1

This is a small sampling. To see even more, visit the 100 Cameras in 1 page.

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How are the effects achieved?

We used 100 unique textures and combined these with different versions of the photo mixing with itself in overlay, hardlight, luminosity, and other blends while combining with various amounts of the texture, depending on the effect.

Want to try something even more bold?

Try saving one of the black and white versions that is using a luminosity + overlay filter. Something like “It was never quite like that to me”, for example. Save it, then re-process that image using another effect that also uses an overlay or hardlight on itself. As you try out more effects, you’ll see what I mean.

Next Version – Live now!

We’ve already added a bunch of new stuff to the app:

➤ Option to disable sound & music
➤ Added option to dramatically increase resolution in cropping phase for each iPhone model (e.g. for iPhone 4, which is 2592×1936 pixels — the square is cropped to 1936×1936)
➤ Added ability to turn on/off cropping after you take the photo or select from Library
➤ Three new Achievements
➤ Increased hit-size on the Save/Share buttons
➤ Upload to Flickr at maximum resolution for your given iPhone (in square format)
➤ Max possible resolution photo now uploaded to Facebook
➤ No more character limits for Facebook/Flickr
➤ If you cancel Gamecenter login three times in a row, it will never ask you again
➤ Sounds are now respectful of the ringer switch
➤ Fixed a low-level system problem with crashing
➤ Fixed a rogue sound library problem that was causing crashes
➤ Optimized TwitPic upload size
➤ Memory and speed optimizations
➤ (and even more secret stuff in development for the NEXT version, which will also be a free update)

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  • Chris

    Like it. . . very cool!!

  • I’m usually positive about these sort of things but I feel that by making things ‘user-friendly’ you devalue, dilute and destroy the learning-curve and challenges that make photo processing as fun as it is. I doubt it will ever replace the process and effort we put into our final works but it upsets me that someone could create the same effect on a photo by pressing a button on their iphone that takes me an hour in several different PC programmes to achieve.

  • wow! I wish I had an IPhone… this ALMOST makes me want to get one! At the same time, I totally get what Andy is saying. But as cool as these pics will look, I doubt they will have the same beauty as a well-photoshopped image. But technology is getting pretty amazing… It’s a cool app, for sure. Nice job, Trey.

  • Very cool Trey. Instant buy. I look forward to playing with it. Look for some of my results on instagram! (I’m “japandave” on instagram)

    My own feelings about the concerns expressed above… tech will always get easier, guys. Things that take us hours to do in photoshop today will take seconds in a few years. HDR will soon become standard on most cameras (my guess) and will look just about as good as what takes us a long time in photomatix and photoshop combined right now. You can’t stop progress, so my own feeling is we might as well accept it. I can spend hours in PS making the daily photo for my blog look just so, but if some new tech can help me reduce this to minutes, I’m all there. If it can help others do the same — even better. Competition is good for us, right 😉

    This is why, personally, altho I do learn new techniques in PS and so on as often as I can, and I do practice them, I put more effort in learning and teaching myself good composition techniques and things like that that no amount of tech will ever replace. In otherwords, in my opinion, an Ansel Adams book on the basics of good photo technique is worth more than a photoshop book on something that the computer will be able to do for me within a year.

  • Congratulations Trey! Looks awesome and I love the video intro! Just purchased it and excited about using it and posting pictures soon. I’ll post a review very soon!

  • Simon Morris

    Hmmm, nice app but I’ll have to echo Andy’s wise words!
    I’d much prefer to purchase one of your quality images as a background, rather than have an average image of my own with what looks like a ‘smokescreen’ trying to enhance it… just doesn’t work for me!

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  • Great looking app!! Amazing….. will you be making it for Android? Sure hope so!

  • I just got the app 🙂

    Congrats, Trey! Looks awesome to me.

  • Great to finally let the cat out of the bag Trey, was a blast testing it!
    And guys you gotta remember this isn’t meant to replace anything, its a complementary set of neat tools to add to your arsenal.
    I think that any of us here with our high end camera gear have a hard time accepting such a tool, but at the end of the day it’s enabling creativity. And thats not a bad result by any stretch of the imagination.

  • Jeff Hentosz

    Beautifully-designed app — will definitely check it out.

    Regarding the conversation above (and to echo LaSpina), consider: “…but it upsets me that someone could create the same effect on a photo by clicking buttons for an hour in their PC programme that takes me a day in the darkroom to achieve.” -Photographer, 1990.

    Or: “…but it upsets me that someone could create the same effect on a photo by blinking into their NeuraCam that takes me a whole minute pressing buttons on my iphone to achieve.” -Photographer, 2030.

  • I’m open to and will accept anything that will help make my photos better but i just worry that a few years down the line the whole post-processing section which sets HDR apart from average photography will be wiped out. Dave is right, technology and software is moving so fast and ,sadly, it’s going to happen.

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  • Jeanine

    I applaud you, Trey! You are sufficiently confident in your work and abilities to share your techniques with the world. Thank you for bringing these tools within reach of photographers everywhere.

    Critics are everywhere, there is no escape. Here is my bottom line – you still have to compose the photo. All the best techniques in the world can’t fix bad composition. Anything that can bring tools to a wider audience is a good thing.

    Thanks for all you do.

  • Jeremy

    No Android broham? Android has by far taken over the OS4.

  • Hehe – Android is coming soon !! It’s on the list for sure!

    And, if you’re a HARDCORE Photographer, this app isn’t for you… It’s designed for people that don’t want a ton of controls and complexity inside the app.

  • Wow..the future is here guys!! I am a HARDCORE Photographer ~~I also take and send lots of pics via my blackberry. Hey, I have family and friends scattered everywhere. NOW I have to get an I Phone..Great Job Trey.. Happy Holiday. Wishing You and Yours Many Blessings..

  • Jeremy

    I will for sure buy it when it hits Android. Some really nice cameras on those phones. The video for the app looks really promising.

  • casusan

    Awesome work Trey! Congrats on the new app!! It looks cool!

  • Gwendolyn Day

    I too hope to see this in Adroid format. Great Job. Have a great holiday.

  • Ray

    Y’all ought to see the comments on the download page. It’s not what you think.

  • NEXT UPDATE – Already Submitted to App Store!

    See features above!

  • So this is the “mystery app” that you have been mentioning in your Instagr.am posts! Downloaded and suggested to fellow iOS device owners..

  • I’m so excited to see this, woke up to the email about this! I’m shocked that it hasn’t already been submitted to the android marketplace considering Trey once mentioned having an android phone. Once it’s out for the android users out there I will be adding it to my phone for sure.

  • This is the best news I’ve heard in weeks….. seriously anticipating the Android version. Do you have an approximate ETA?

  • Thanks!

    Not sure when the Android version will be up… you know, these take a long time and a lot of $$ to make! But I do personally have an Android, so I’m very interested! 🙂

  • I’ve enjoyed the app so far and am sharing photos with in on instagram as we speak (@benleeimages). I’m interested in the small square prints you made though to advertise the app – any special equipment used for them?

  • Must be awesome… the sales pitch says “Do you sometimes take boring photos? It’s impossible with this app.” So it’s great that this fixes all and every problem with your pics. Marvelous! Not only impossible to take boring pics, but elegant and poetic as well! A true bargain. No skill required to be an artist like Trey. Sign me up!

  • Ben – no – those are just standard prints.. I put some white border around them and printed them out.

  • Already submitted? That’s some fast work. I suppose we can’t expect all updates to be so fast 😉

  • Gail in Montana

    OK, Trey, it all looks interesting, but beyond my comprehension, lol. I won’t be posting very often this week as we arrived in WA at our daughter-in-law’s home, after 10 good hours of driving. Clear sailing all the way across to Snohomish. So Merry Christmas to all, don’t have to much fun 😉 ! See you later. Susan, have a great holiday season, my dear friend!

  • We’ve submitted an update to the app store — just waiting on Apple. Here are the new features and changes!

    ➤ Option to disable sound & music
    ➤ Adding option to dramatically increase resolution in cropping phase for each iPhone model (e.g. for iPhone 4, which is 2592×1936 pixels — the square is cropped to 1936×1936)
    ➤ Added ability to turn on/off cropping after you take the photo or select from Library
    ➤ Increased hit-size on the Save/Share buttons
    ➤ No more character limits for Facebook/Flickr
    ➤ Fixed a low-level system problem with crashing
    ➤ Memory and speed optimizations

  • John

    In my experience – often times ‘effects’ are used to distract from a badly composed photograph. So, having the option of adding 100 ‘fixes’ to the common photo doesn’t necessarily turn a bad photo in to an ‘interesting’ one…

  • I think some people here are taking themselves too seriously :-). This is simply a fun camera app to play around with and add some fun effects to your iPhone photos. There is no backdoor attempts to enhance poorly composed photographs or do away with lengthy post processing techniques. The app is implementing small images taken with a smart phone, not 21+ megapixel images from a D3X or 1Ds.

    I’ve had a blast with this app since getting my hands on it and will continue to use it in the future. It’s a great way to keep your creative juices flowing when out and about and also a great way to share sweet images with friends and family. Great work Trey!

  • SCW

    You sure deleted a lot of comments here… Why… Do you have something to hide?
    Or can the public not give an honest opinion about your lack luster product?
    Ahhh yes sorry you are too self absorbed!

  • @SCW There are two different pages. This seems to be the official release page. Here is the other one — stuckincustoms.com/best-iphone-camera

  • SCW – I don’t delete comments. Only if they are outright offensive (or particularly idiotic, which yours borders).

  • some really nice concepts was disappointed that the photos of faces I was importing from my library I was supposed to be able to Scale and Move I could move them but not scale them?? so they did not fit on your pre programmed screen size ?

  • Thanks!

    Kent – yes we noticed that too! Strange, eh? It seems the standard built-in zoom/crop cuts it to 320 pixels…. can you believe it? So we are making our own custom solution… already planned for an update. But the update that is already submitted to the app store will be higher rez.

  • Noah Katz

    Hi Trey,

    Great app. I do agree with others that this takes away a bit from actually learning to do all editing techniques, but for someone like me who know a lot already, it’s great to shoot on my phone, do a quick edit and upload to my friend. I still prefer doing traditional photography with my Nikon.

    Cheers,
    Noah

  • Here is a full list of the Updates we submitted to the App Store 2 days ago. We’re still waiting on approval… these fixes should be in your iPhone soon!
    ➤ Option to disable sound & music
    ➤ Adding option to dramatically increase resolution in cropping phase for each iPhone model (e.g. for iPhone 4, which is 2592×1936 pixels — the square is cropped to 1936×1936)
    ➤ Added ability to turn on/off cropping after you take the photo or select from Library
    ➤ Increased hit-size on the Save/Share buttons
    ➤ Upload to Flickr at maximum resolution for your given iPhone (in square format)
    ➤ Max possible resolution photo now uploaded to Facebook
    ➤ No more character limits for Facebook/Flickr
    ➤ Sounds are now respectful of the ringer switch
    ➤ Fixed a low-level system problem with crashing
    ➤ Fixed a rogue sound library problem that was causing crashes
    ➤ Optimized TwitPic upload size
    ➤ Memory and speed optimizations

  • I second, third or 352nd for ANDROID. Better cameras, faster processors and more memory. I still have an iPhone 3G, but I’ll wait till I can use this APP on my Droid X.

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