A photo app with infinite possibilities. The classic app is back, with an all-new look and the same amazing results!
Forget “filters.” Plastic Bullet runs a complete photographic simulation on your images, resulting in the highest-quality light leaks, vignettes, grain, and film borders you’ve ever seen. And the secret formula is different every time, so you get infinite variety, all at the touch of just one button.
Just pick the results you like, and share! Your style emerges from the choices you make. No one else will have the same look.
• Updated for today’s iPhones and iPads, Plastic Bullet is now blazing fast and even easier to use.
• Full-resolution rendering is available for the highest-quality results.
• Plastic Bullet gives you the highest-quality photo processing without ever touching a fussy slider or forcing you to sort through (or buy) a bunch of canned filters.
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Prettier pictures! We’ve tweaked Plastic Bullet to better work with modern iPhone photos.
Ratings and Reviews
Made for play: Make play easier, please
Great app b/c of its randomness -- you never know exactly what you're going to get. But here's how it would be better: Allow me to mark a few variations that I like to return to after I've seen a few more. Example: I like the first effect so I tap it to "save" it in a temporary queue, then I look at a few more variations and see another version I like. I save that one temporarily, too. I should be able to do this with up to four versions, then I should be able to view the variations I've saved so I can then choose my favorite. As it is now, if you like an effect you have to save it to your camera roll if you want to return to it after hitting "refresh" in PB. That's a waste of time.
Also: When I tap a variation to make it fill the screen, another tap on it should switch back to the four-up view. Having to click the little "back" arrow is also a waste b/c it forces the user to find a tiny target for no good reason.
These are just suggestions that would make the app better for me. I love it, as is, but I'd love it more with these additions.
Lots of Cool Plastic Camera Variations
I really felt like I was taking a risk when buying this app but it turned out to be awesome. There really does seem to be an infinite variety of light leaks, de-focusing, color variation and rough edges. It's not very hard to quickly find a good filter for your photo. I'd definitely recommend this app to anyone.
With that said, the app desperately needs a new hi-res icon that better represents the quality you will find inside. The current icon makes it look cheap and was part of what make my buying decision hard. The interface is also lo-res and could use some better graphics. From within the app store it just looks like a cheap app that should be free. Make it look a little better and I'm sure more people would give it a try.
I've also noticed that even when working with hi-res photos from my gallery, they look lo-res in the app when I'm previewing them. They save just fine when I choose my filter but it makes it more difficult to figure out how it will really look by having to save multiple pictures and switch back to the camera roll.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.