Ray-Ban reflects your personality. And now with the #Reflections photo app, take and share selfies that tell a story.
The Ray-Ban #Reflections app lets you shoot, edit and share unique double exposure pictures using your front and back camera. Drawing on the popularity of fans taking photos with reflections in their Ray-Ban sunglasses, we created the #Reflections app so every selfie now tells a story.
In one fluid motion you can create #Reflections by combining your front and back facing camera. Just tap and hold and the app will automatically switch from front to back camera and then blend your images. Or, with the new update, select two of your favorite pictures from your library. The app will blend the images into a unique #Reflection.
Blend photos to create something totally unique. Use filters based on iconic Ray-Ban lenses such as the G15 and B15. Then blend adjust the brightness, saturation and contrast to create your masterpiece.
Discover new #Reflections and stay connected to the community by sharing yours and searching for people and photos using channels and hashtags.
SHARING IS CARING
You can save and share your photos to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, your camera roll and the #Reflections community. Because sharing is caring, your picture can even be featured in the app.
You can modify and adjust the pictures using unique filters based on real Ray-Ban lenses.
The #Reflections tools allow you to fine tune your pictures. Blending, brightness, contrast and saturation, allowing you to define your #Reflection.
Tag your #Reflections using select hashtags such as, #blackandwhite, #winter, #coventgarden or #neverhide for a chance to get featured in app.
New 'Chromance' filter
Ratings and Reviews
No access to Photo Library?
This app is a very cool idea with poor execution. I will never combine two photos that I just took... I need to edit them first with other third party apps and then access my photo library and use this app. This is currently not possible for some reason.
Good potential, restrictive UX
This app has really cool functionality when it comes to effects, but the restricting ux is inhibiting it. If you guys could build in resizing functionality while layering various photographs it'd help the composite design and visibility a lot.
Won't let me register
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.