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Developed in collaboration with Glyn Evans [the founder of iPhoneography], Provoke Camera was inspired by Japanese photographers of the late 1960’s like Daido Moriyama, Takuma Nakahira and Yutaka Takanashi.
Simple, elegant and easy to use, Provoke Camera does just one thing, produce black and white images with that gritty, grainy, blurry look reminiscent of the “Provoke” era of photography, and in two great formats; square format 126 and 35mm format 135.
Provoke Camera features 9 great black and white and 4 color live view effects, in 2 great film formats, 126 [1:1] and 135 [3:2]:
1. HPAN High Contrast
2. NPAN Normal
3. LPAN Low Contrast
4. X800 More High Contrast with more noise.
5. I800 IR like filter.
6. Z800 +2EV with more noise.
7. D100 Darken with Blur (4Pixel)
8. H100 High Contrast with Blur(4Pixel)
9. E100 +1.5EV with Blur(4Pixel)
11. 100 Old Color
12. 100U Vivid and Sharp
13. 160N Soft
In addition to capturing beautiful, gritty, grainy, contrasty black and white images, Provoke Camera will also allow you to import photos from your camera roll and apply any one of its “Provoke” effects.
And Support TIFF Uncompress image file.
Also support Photo Extension with iOS8 later. You can use Provoke Filter in Photos App.
Fix some bugs.
Ratings and Reviews
B&W simple and fun
Excellent simple app that allows you to concentrate on composition. There are plenty of different filters to choose from.
If you want to shoot mostly b&w without post processing then this app is great.
My new default camera app.
Black and white photos with a difference
Like the Hipstamatic of black and white photography. Great effects and a lot of fun.
Are bure bokeh
If you're familiar with post war Japanese photography or heard of Daido Moriyama or seen the cult classic Solitude of the Ravens you know the dark edgy grainy, blurry out of focus look used by many of these photographers. Daido Moriyama along with others started a magazine called Provoke to feature this (at the time) new, cutting edge photography. Thus the name of this app.
It's excellent and great fun for creating grainy high contrast images with different looks. Used with the right image (you can use it as a camera or apply its filters on images in your camera roll) your work can take on the look mentioned above.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.