One of the camera apps I really like is Provoke. Provoke was created in collaboration with Glyn Evans, one of the founders of iPhoneography. It was meant to evoke the black and white Japanese photographers of the 1960s. It takes incredibly interesting pictures, with lots of contrast, shadows, and grain.
Provoke recently got an upgrade that included a couple of color films. There wasn’t much description as to the inspiration behind these color film options, but presumably they are also inspired by vintage films. The picture above is a sample of what one of the new color films looks like.
The building is the backside of the church that stands in the center of my town. The light hits it in that “just right” way in the afternoon. I snapped this with Provoke and applied no post-processing. WYSIWYG.