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  1. Argent's Avatar
    Feature - you can touch the screen to take pics
    08-10-2010 03:06 PM
  2. moosc's Avatar
    Well then you just sold me thanks.
    Feature - you can touch the screen to take pics
    08-10-2010 03:08 PM
  3. shibumi's Avatar
    I like Vignette (purchased the full app), but I have two small gripes. I'm hoping these are just user error, so let me know if I'm doing something wrong.

    Gallery - I guess this is really more of a Gallery issue than Vignette, but seeing as I'm using Vignette I'm stuck with this funky Gallery behavior. Why doesn't the Gallery always start at the MOST RECENT picture when opening?? When I start the Gallery, if I go into "Camera Shots" it lands at my most recent pic. If I go into anything else - including the "Vignette" folder it goes to the very first / oldest pic. It's frustrating to have to scroll all the way to the end - especially because as others have mentioned - it gets really slow once you have a lot of pics in there.

    Delay - it takes a long time from taking one picture before I can take the next one. Roughly 5 seconds (EVO here). Several times I've known I've take a bad shot, so I want to go again - quickly - but I have to wait. The stock camera has that little shutter icon on the preview that you can press to get the camera back up again. I'm not seeing that in Vignette - but it'd be handy. If there's a way to get back to the camera quickly, please let me know.

    Side note to my initial gripe about the Gallery - as I was playing with it writing this post, I found out that if I go to the Gallery from INSIDE of Vignette (menu... gallery...), then it DOES display the most recent pic first (still have to wait for ALL of the thumbs to load up though cuz it starts w/ the oldest thumb first. odd...)

    Edit: eh, after more playing, the Gallery inside of Vignette kinda sucks... no scrolling when images are full size - no multiple deleting.
    08-10-2010 04:11 PM
  4. Oj467's Avatar
    I just got an email reply from the Vignette makers - with a link to the new test version that incorporates ISO settings, Macro and a couple other enhancements on my X.

    So far so good!
    08-10-2010 05:18 PM
  5. Argent's Avatar
    Macro would be nice! what kind of ISO settings are you talking about? It already has settings for Auto 100 200 400 800 and 1250

    I wrote them like a month ago telling them how much I liked the app and linking them to this review and never heard back from them *shrug*
    08-10-2010 06:56 PM
  6. Oj467's Avatar
    Macro would be nice! what kind of ISO settings are you talking about? It already has settings for Auto 100 200 400 800 and 1250

    I wrote them like a month ago telling them how much I liked the app and linking them to this review and never heard back from them *shrug*
    There were no ISO settings on the Droid X with Vignette. This new test version has 100, 200, 400, 800 & Auto. The macro seems nice.
    08-10-2010 07:02 PM
  7. cd419's Avatar
    press the search button (looks like a magnifying glass) in order to take pictures on cameras without a trackball/camera button
    08-10-2010 07:22 PM
  8. moosc's Avatar
    Ok question when taking picture in portate mode and then posting or email or texting them the pics rotate to landscape. Is there a way to fix this? On the droid inc it would send in portate when taking in that position.
    08-11-2010 10:04 AM
  9. Argent's Avatar
    There were no ISO settings on the Droid X with Vignette. This new test version has 100, 200, 400, 800 & Auto. The macro seems nice.
    Ahhh - ok must be because of hardware differences between the phones then....that's cool they've added that!

    I asked them if they could add EXIF data to the images (more than created by Vignette) because that would be cool (like camera settings, frame/effect settings etc)
    08-11-2010 10:08 AM
  10. d_mon1's Avatar
    OMG this is amazing. Definitely buying this app even though I've never really messed with cameras before. Where's that damn THANK button???
    08-11-2010 02:26 PM
  11. Argent's Avatar
    *points to the lower right corner next to the Quote, Mutli-Q and QR buttons* ------->

    08-11-2010 02:32 PM
  12. therealwags's Avatar
    Love this app! Been playing around with it or a couple weeks and finally bought the full/paid version a few days ago. Simply amazing!
    08-11-2010 02:54 PM
  13. indianajonze's Avatar
    press the search button (looks like a magnifying glass) in order to take pictures on cameras without a trackball/camera button
    for the incredible this may be the perfect setup. set the options so that touching the screen focuses the camera and then touch the search button to take the pic.
    08-13-2010 09:32 AM
  14. Argent's Avatar
    There is an update today - adds Time Lapse (15-240 seconds) among other stuff..
    08-13-2010 10:24 AM
  15. sextonar's Avatar
    Ok so I bought this app today, for some reason I can't find the new york filter, am I missing something. I have an evo


    D isregard I had overlooked it
    08-17-2010 03:39 PM
  16. Arelunde's Avatar
    This may seem pretty basic, but just HOW do you manage to purchase Vignette when the Market price is in pounds -- and PayPal (Amex) doesn't accept pounds or any other foreign currency, as far as I know. Somewhere I read Visa works, but I don't have a Visa. Does MasterCard accept foreign currency purchases?

    I'd love to get this, but can't figure out how to get past PayPal! Help!!!
    08-20-2010 04:07 PM
  17. Arelunde's Avatar
    PS - Vignette is also on AndAppStore, listed in USD as $2.99. However, if you go to purchase, there's PayPal with the "no no" on Amex because it's still being charged as British pounds.

    Contacted the developers on this and they said Google insists apps be marketed in the currency of the country from whence they came. They can't change it. So...

    My question remains: Just how do you get past PayPal?
    08-20-2010 04:10 PM
  18. Arelunde's Avatar
    Yes, you can use a MasterCard for other-than-USD.

    Worked just fine.
    08-20-2010 05:53 PM
  19. Argent's Avatar
    Here's a full list of the effects and frames available in Vignette

    Effects

    * None: no effect.
    * 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>>
    o Toy Camera: lo-fi effect for candid shots.
    o Toy camera BW: black and white toy camera.
    o Leaky: toy camera with extra leakiness.
    o Cross-process: high contrast with distorted colours.
    o Random: random from ‘Toy camera’ effects.
    * Vintage>>
    o Faded: old faded photo.
    o SX–70: old instant camera photo.
    o Summer: hazy warm greens and browns.
    o Colourised: flat pastel colours.
    o Oversaturated: bright washed-out reds and yellows.
    o Yearbook: faded black-and-white.
    o Sepia: subtle tint for an antique look.
    o Platinotype: bright smooth tones and deep shadows.
    o Retro Red: faded photo colour variation.
    o Retro Yellow: faded photo colour variation.
    o Retro Green: faded photo colour variation.
    o Retro Cyan: faded photo colour variation.
    o Retro Blue: faded photo colour variation.
    o Retro Magenta: faded photo colour variation.
    o Random: random from ‘Vintage’ effects.
    * Colour highlight>>
    o London: contrasty black white and red.
    o Paris: contrasty balck white and blue-green.
    o New York: contrasty black white and yellow.
    o Highlight red: black white and red.
    o Highlight yellow: black white and yellow.
    o Highlight green: black white and green.
    o Highlight cyan: black white and cyan.
    o Highlight blue: black white and blue.
    o Highlight magenta: black white and magenta.
    o Random: random from ‘Colour highlight’ effects.
    * Colour swap>>
    o Swap red/blue: swap red and blue without affecting green.
    o Swap red/green: swap red and green without affecting blue.
    o Swap blue/green: swap blue and green without affecting red.
    o Rotate hue CW: rotate hue 120 degrees clockwise.
    o Rotate hue CCW: rotate hue 120 degrees anticlockwise.
    o Random: random from ‘Colour swap’ effects.
    * Tinted monochrome>>
    o Sepia: subtle tint for an antique look.
    o Platinotype: bright smooth tones and deep shadows.
    o Bleach bypass: extreme contrast with subtle colours.
    o Night vision: grainy and green.
    o Duotone red: red-tinted monochrome print.
    o Duotone yellow: yellow-tinted monochrome print.
    o Duotone green: green-tinted monochrome print.
    o Duotone cyan: cyan-tinted monochrome print.
    o Duotone blue: blue-tinted monochrome print.
    o Duotone magenta: magenta-tinted monochrome print.
    o Random: random from ‘Tinted monochrome’ effects.
    * Lens effects>>
    o Dreamy: soft-focus effect.
    o Tilt-shift L: defocus top and bottom (landscape).
    o Tilt-shift P: defocus top and bottom (portrait).
    o Tobacco filter: deep orange tint for dramatic skies.
    o Grad Tobacco L: graduated tobacco filter (landscape).
    o Grad Tobacco P: graduated tobacco filter (portrait).
    o Grad ND L: graduated neutral density filter (landscape).
    o Grad ND P: graduated neutral density filter (portrait).
    o Red filter: simple colour filter.
    o Yellow filter: simple colour filter.
    o Green filter: simple colour filter.
    o Cyan filter: simple colour filter.
    o Blue filter: simple colour filter.
    o Magenta filter: simple colour filter.
    o Random: random from ‘Lens effects’ effects.
    * Cinematic>>
    o Action movie: vivid agains a blue-green tint.
    o Technicolor: red and cyan 1930s movie look.
    o Scary movie: eerie tri-tone blue and magenta.
    o Random: random from ‘Cinematic’ effects.
    * Miscellaneous>>
    o Bleach bypass: extreme contrast with subtle colours.
    o Night vision: grainy and green.
    o Posterise: solid primary colours.
    o Fake HDR: under development.
    o Blackboard: solid white on black.
    o Infrared: high contrast for surreal moody landscapes.
    o Rainbow: thermal-imaging-style false colour.
    o Negative: inverted brightness and colour.
    o Invert: inverted brightness only.
    o Random: random from ‘Miscellaneous’ effects.
    * Random: random from all effects>>
    * Customise>>
    o Extra vignette
    o Film grain
    o Soft-focus halo
    o Pastel colours
    o Monochrome
    o Red filter
    o Yellow filter
    o Green filter
    o Cyan filter
    o Blue filter
    o Magenta filter
    o Light leaks
    o Extra light leaks
    o Graduate colours (landscape)
    o Graduate colours (portrait)
    o Tilt-shift (landscape)
    o Tilt-shift (portrait)
    o Negative
    o Underexpose
    o Overexpose

    Frames

    * None: do not crop the photo.>>
    * Fullscreen: crop the photo to the same aspect ratio as the screen.>>
    * Panorama: extra-wide format.>>
    * 3:2 Snapshot: for 4x6-inch (10x16cm) prints.>>
    o 3:2
    o 3:2 bordered
    o 3:2 rounded
    o 3:2 oval
    o 3:2 black
    o 3:2 black rounded
    o 3:2 black oval
    o Random: random from ‘3:2 Snapshot’
    * 7:5 Print: for 5x7-inch (13x18cm) prints.>>
    o 7:5
    o 7:5 bordered
    o 7:5 rounded
    o 7:5 oval
    o 7:5 black
    o 7:5 black rounded
    o 7:5 black oval
    o Random: random from ‘7:5 Print’
    * 5:4 Large format: for large-format prints.>>
    o 5:4
    o 5:4 bordered
    o 5:4 rounded
    o 5:4 oval
    o 5:4 black
    o 5:4 black rounded
    o 5:4 black oval
    o Random: random from ‘5:4 Large format’
    * 4:3 Standard: for 4:3 displays.>>
    o 4:3
    o 4:3 bordered
    o 4:3 rounded
    o 4:3 oval
    o 4:3 black
    o 4:3 black rounded
    o 4:3 black oval
    o Random: random from ‘4:3 Standard’
    * 16:9 Widescreen: for 16:9 displays.>>
    o 16:9
    o 16:9 bordered
    o 16:9 rounded
    o 16:9 oval
    o 16:9 black
    o 16:9 black rounded
    o 16:9 black oval
    o Random: random from ‘16:9 Widescreen’
    * Square>>
    o Square
    o Square bordered
    o Square rounded
    o Circle
    o Square black
    o Square black rounded
    o Circle black
    o Random: random from ‘Square’.
    * Instant>>
    o Instant classic
    o Instant wide
    o Instant mini
    o Instant square
    o Random: random from ‘Instant’
    * Grungy>>
    o Instant transfer 1
    o Instant transfer 2
    o Instant trnasfer 3
    o Filed carrier: under development
    o Random: random from ‘Grungy’
    * Film Effect>>
    o 35mm
    o 35mm full bleed
    o 6x6
    o 6x6 full bleed
    o Random: random from ‘Film effect’
    * Random: random from all frames>>
    08-30-2010 09:40 AM
  20. mpparr's Avatar
    I purchased this app after reading through this thread. It really is the single best app investment out there. The quality of the photos is insane.

    Thanks to Argent for putting it together and keeping it alive.
    08-31-2010 03:57 PM
  21. Argent's Avatar
    Hey no problem

    I edited the first post to fix the broken image links
    09-01-2010 01:36 PM
  22. bigslam123's Avatar
    PS - Vignette is also on AndAppStore, listed in USD as $2.99. However, if you go to purchase, there's PayPal with the "no no" on Amex because it's still being charged as British pounds.

    Contacted the developers on this and they said Google insists apps be marketed in the currency of the country from whence they came. They can't change it. So...

    My question remains: Just how do you get past PayPal?
    i have purchased multiple apps that are in pounds. When you go through the checkout process it states what the converted currency price is going to be. I use my PayPal debit card to make my purchases. That way I have the advantages of a credit card but all the purchases are still filtered through my Paypal account.
    09-01-2010 01:40 PM
  23. vicw926a4's Avatar
    Vignette has much to offer for my Droid X, but I'm disappointed that compared to the stock photo app, there is almost no photo data in EXIF, other than time and date, and a couple of references to Vignette, and I can't find any settings that would change that. I did find a minimal amount of data in the comments fields, but nothing on exposure, shutter speed, etc.

    What really surprises me is that I can't find any threads on this subject. Am I missing something, is this an issue only with the DX?
    11-02-2010 03:34 PM
  24. gtricecakes's Avatar
    I haven't seen anyone reply to this, but there is an app out there that stitches photos pretty well from how much I've use it. It shows the angles to help you align the pictures better. It's called PhotoStitch. There is a paid app and a free app. I bought it because you can stitch more than just two pictures with the paid app.

    I like it so far, but I would love to see this feature as part of the Vignette app because the pictures aren't as good in PhotoStitch.

    Yeah I really wish there was some app that would do a good job of stitching photos together for panoramic shots. Even my old LG Dare could do it with relative ease. I know the Droid X has stitching panoramic shots available...

    This text magically appeared thanks to my Droid Incredible...
    11-08-2010 01:34 PM
  25. KoukiFC3S's Avatar
    Is it possible to have vignette launch when pressing the camera hardware button?
    11-08-2010 02:34 PM
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