The Hueless app has become my go to camera app on my iPhone. If you follow me on Instagram ( @iminphotos ), or on Tumblr ( iminphotos.tumblr.com ), or if you have taken a loot at my work on my website ( iminphotos.com )lately you have seen my black and white iPhone photographs.
The reason I am in love with this app, aside from the obvious beautiful black and white photos it creates, is that it is a camera app not a photo editing app. This means that before I snap the photo I have to change/check the settings. This slows me down and makes me THINK about the photo I want to create. Think shooting in a manual film camera. It has the ability to store four of your favorite adjustments as presets as well as to share those presets with your friends.
Recently Curious Satellite updated the Hueless app (as well as it's other app Huemore) adding the ability to shoot in a lossless tiff format. I was excited to take my iPhone photographs to the next step so I updated my app and made the change. The results are stunning. As you can see the photos that come out of the app have some great detail. When I zoom into the car in front, the grill and headlights look pretty good. This detail will come in handy when I make large prints or put them into a book.
Note: Behance does require jpg files so these are jpg versions, but I think they show the detail I am talking about.