During the last few days using Oggl, I have noticed the lens / film combinations are not quite the same as they are in Hipstamatic.
Jane lens for example - my everyday lens - gives a nice even tone with very minimal filtering applied. The Jane lens in Oggl however has heavy vignetting and overexposes the centre of the image. The same is also true for the John S lens. The Oggl lenses seem to exaggerate and cheapen their Hipstamatic counterpart.
I decided to take a few test shots using both Oggl and Hipstamatic in the same situation. Here is what I found.
John S lens - Ina’s 69 film
Jane lens - Ina’s 82 film
John S lens - BlacKeys B+W film
Dave Day - @daveday
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