We don’t have Hipstamatic or Instagram on Android yet, unfortunately. But we do have an app called Vignette (both free and paid), and I love it! With Vignette, you can apply a combination of analog film effects to your mobile snapshots. It’s a lot of fun, but choosing the right effect can be difficult since the app doesn’t really provide examples of the available effects.
So, here you go, my post with examples of all Vignette effects. They were applied to the original image as shown below:
The original image straight out of my phone
Read on to see the processed images!
Normal: Generic film effect
Vignette: Focus attention at the centre of the frame
Portra: Smooth skin tones for flattering portraits
Velvia: Vivid colours for nature photography
Ilford: Classic black and white
Toy Camera: Lo-fi effect for candid shots
Toy camera BW: Black and white toy camera
Leaky: Toy camera with extra leakiness
Cross-process: High contrast with distorted colours
Redscale: Extreme red-orange tint
Faded: Old faded photo
SX–70: Old instant camera photo
Summer: Hazy warm greens and browns
Colourised: Flat pastel colours
Oversaturated: Bright washed-out reds and yellows
Yearbook: Faded black and white
Sepia: Subtle tint for an antique look
Platinotype: Bright smooth tones and deep shadows
Retro red: Faded photo colour variation
Retro yellow: Faded photo colour variation
Retro green: Faded photo colour variation
Retro cyan: Faded photo colour variation
Retro blue: Faded photo colour variation
Retro magenta: Faded photo colour variation
London: Contrasty black and white and red
Paris: Contrasty black and white and blue-green
New York: Contrasty black and white and yellow
Highlight Red: Black and white and red
Highlight yellow: Black and white and yellow
Highlight green: Black and white and green
Highlight cyan: Black and white and cyan
Highlight blue: Black and white and blue
Highlight magenta: Black and white and magenta
Swap red/blue: Swap red and blue without affecting green
Swap red/green: Swap red and green without affecting blue
Swap blue/green: Swap blue and green without affecting red
Yes, thanks a lot! I am surprised that the software owner has not done this. But luckily you did, thank you.
Very welcome, all! Happy to see it’s a useful overview.
Hi Hans Doddema,
I love your article of “Vignette for Android”, i’m newbie in android development. I really really don’t know exactly how to create color like your Vignette Android app. Could you please give me some keywords or something to create that color filters style?
Please help me. Thankyou so much!!!