Nice treatment of Gabe in the Prisma app, with the appropriately named “Hunter” filter. He hasn’t hunted with much success beyond catching grasshoppers although he is showing an unfortunate enthusiasm for digging after moles.
I downloaded another app today and it’s promising enough that I coughed up the $2.99 for the upgrade. I’ve had Eye-Fi cards in several of my cameras for some time now. They automatically upload pictures to my Synology NAS so that they are available to any machine on my network, and I’ve been wanting something similar for my Android phone. I think I have found it in the PhotoSync app.
An advantage this app has over the Eye-Fi card is that the strength of the wifi radio in the phone is miles ahead of the tiny little thing they have crammed into the SD card. I like the automatic upload that happens as soon as I take the shot, but you can trigger an upload manually if you prefer. That way if you flub the exposure or snap the photo too soon you can decline to upload that one, you select those you want to transfer. I figure I can as easily delete it from the network folder as I can on the phone. Lots more at the PhotoSync link.