A new photo app called Gudak aims to recreate the disposable camera experience on your iPhone.
The way it works is the Gudak app provides you with a ‘roll of film’ with 24 frames. Once you’ve shot your 24 frames, you can send it in to the Gudak lab for ‘processing’.
This takes about three days, at which point you’ll get your images back. Images are edited with retro-looking tones and colours that one typically experienced from disposable cameras in their heyday.
What’s more, after finishing a roll of film you have to wait 12 hours to load a new roll.
Gudak trades on the nostalgia of disposable camera photography, from its image processing to its own branding.
The app costs $0.99 and can be downloaded from Apple iTunes.