Look photographers, the rest of the world is finally catching up to those of us who pay attention to what we see.
The WhiteAlbum is an app that lets you utilize your smartphone camera as if it were a analog camera.
It works like this: shoot 24 images without seeing or being able to edit the final product (just like shooting on film) and then, about a week later you’ll receive a white album of your printed photos.
The website says: Get a good look at what you’re shooting, because you won’t see it again until the prints are in your hands
Is the App a great idea, encouraging a resurgence in printed images and slower looking or is it just a pale facsimile of shooting with an analog camera? Tell me what you think.