Saturday, September 1, 2012

Gifts from Hueless

I first learned of Hueless from C.J Chilvers in his blog, A Lesser PhotographerIn Chilvers' review of Hueless, he quotes large format, landscape photographer Clyde Butcher, “Color is duplication, black and white is interpretation.” 

The most interesting thing about Hueless is that the software allows you to view and compose in black and white, rather than convert a color image to black and white. For $1.99, I thought it was worth giving it a try and I was not disappointed. During the past few months I've become an informal ambassador for Hueless, posting about 100 images on Instagram and Twitter.

As a result of this passion, the good people from Hueless allowed me to distribute five FREE copies of their black and white camera software for iPhone. Here are the codes:
  • L6XX66L7P49R 
  • AJJ4Y6YTL6Y6 
  • 36XWR637AA9H 

Instructions for FREE Hueless:
  1. Launch iTunes and go to the iTunes store 
  2. Press the "Redeem" button, normally in the upper right hand corner of your screen under "Quick Links"
  3. Enter the code 
  4. If the first code doesn't work, try the second, etc. (each code is good for one download)
  5. If you download the software, please post a comment at the bottom of this blog entry and if you like the software, share the news

Selected Hueless Images

The following images were made with an iPhone 4 and Hueless.
Milo's eye Hueless
Sunset at Gillson Rosie