Camera+ is headed to the slow lane. But any photographer should be pleased.
A new world
Another example of what photographers can do with the slow shutter feature.
The popular and powerful app has just made the move up to version 8.0 sporting a number of improvements, including a slow shutter feature.
Photographers can now have effective shutter speeds as long as 30 seconds. That will open up a number of possibilities including night photography and more. You’ll obviously need to use a tripod to avoid blurry images.
Along with that feature is an extended range of effective ISO speeds. With those, you can take long exposure photos without needing any specialized filters.
You’ll see an S+ or M+ for the exposure indicator when using the extended values. Just to note, both of those features do require an iPhone 6 or later.
It’s also easier to import images into the app’s Lightbox, including the last photo or moment shot. The import feature has also been added to the app’s handy Notification Center widget.
Finally, a new share sheet extension makes it easy for users to send images directly to Camera+ from other apps.
With the share sheet extension, you can send photos to Camera+ directly from other apps.
Camera+ is designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and can be downloaded now on the App Store for $2.99.
Apple Watch users can also take advantage of the app on the wearable device. You can snap photos remotely and also set a timer. Here’s a preview from our sister site WatchAware.
If you’re looking for an app to take your iPhone photography to a new level, Camera+ should be on the top of your list. The app continues to get better adding more powerful features with each major updates. It’s highly recommend.
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