Camera screen from new Circle
(check also bigger pixels).
Thanks & credits go also to
@Majo Moravcik & @Tom Brennessl
my great interns (minions :) for their help.
over 1 year ago
I think the camera button could use some work, it's pretty jarring.
@Ari Missing drop-shadow, gradient overlay and some fancy inner glow? :)
@musHo No, it's missing a properly drawn icon.
@Ari its properly drawn, fucked by downscalling O:)
Nice palette :)
Very natural photo ;) great shot musHo!
@Erik Deiner Hehe, yep, all our users look fancy like that :)
Very clever take on a camera app. Great job!
Love it dude.
Great idea but the execution is somehow weirdly rendered :(
I hope it's just the screenshot's downsizing and the final product will be nice and crispy ;)
Love the idea of the “circle crop” right into the camera screen. Well done Musho.
Love the concept behind this.
But why is it so annoyingly popular to do square photos? I mean...come on.
@Trent Ottosen you mean circle photos?
no, i mean the whole "Instagram" square thing. The circle works well with what you're going for here, but what is so popular about the square stuff?
Maybe I should've thought through my question a little more before asking, but I've been wondering about it for some time.
@Trent Ottosen Let me take a step back, and answer a broader question. What do we all mean by square stuff?
lol. I can safely assume you've used Instagram before. So, you take a photo in the app, or import your own (yadda yadda yadda) and it ends up being cropped down into a square. Ive seen countless photo apps in the app store that use the same square cropping feature thing as IG. Its slightly annoying. I'm just curious as to why the heck its so popular to do.
Hope that makes better sense. :P
Was just kidding, got your point the first time :)
What a guy. ;)
But! Seriously enjoy the whole circle thing.
Great pallete! I like it.
Hey! is there something going on with the complete plain camera button?
I quite like this circular cropping idea, beats squares any day.
Oh oh, rendered on the "old" iPhone. How dare you? :D Great idea, looking forward to the new circle 2.0
I like it but I think that the content of the photo being taken is heavily influencing my decision.
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