All the combinations of the 13 lenses and 11 films I currently have on my Hipstamatic app. I did this mostly because I wanted a better idea what does what with what. I learned a few things:
The Jane lens isn't all that clean. I thought it was.
The Salvador 84 lens is wild!
I like what Labatique does.
Most of my films don't do much except switch out borders.
UPDATE: I added the Wonder lens and the BlackKeys Supergrain (thanks for the suggestion, ReyGuy!), W40 and Alfred Infrared films on Aug. 18, 2012.
Q: Why no flash?
A: I generally dislike flashes on regular cameras and don't even consider using the built in flashes on Hipstamatic.
Q: I don't see my favorite lens (X) on here!
A: That's because I don't have it.
Q: I don't see my favorite film (X) on here!
A: See previous answer.
Q: Why that design?
A: I wanted to see how basic colors were affected by the various combinations. I toyed with whether to use RGB or with primary colors, but realized the world we see is more like the primaries, so I went with that. In Photoshop, the value of the blue is R 0 G 0 B 255; red is R 255 G 0 B 0; yellow is R 255 G255 B 0.
Q: Why are there brown edges on some of the images?
A: I accidentally got some of my table in the shot. Sorry about that.
Q: Didn't someone else already do this?
A: Yes, a man named Mark Bruce. He did a fine job, and it's a great reference. In fact, his has more lenses and films than mine, and the flashes! But it wasn't quite what I wanted to see, so I made my own. His is more complete, so check it out.