Best Camera Apps for iPhone

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How would you like a camera app for your iPhone? The App Store is full of alternatives to take your photos to a whole new level.

Whether you want to take more stunning pics in general, or need to focus on something more specific, like HDR or long exposure photography, there are tons of third-party camera apps to choose from. Many of them even offer manual controls for things such as exposure and focus. Want more control over file output? You can have that too. No matter what your iPhone photography needs are, there’s something for everyone.

Manual. Manual is super simple to use and it will let you adjust shutter, ISO, white balance, focus, and exposure compensation. In a single tap you can also view aperture settings. You can also check out histograms live and a huge list of other things, all in a beautifully designed and easy to use package. Manual is $1.99.

ProShot. ProShot offers advanced controls such as exposure, ISO, shutter speed, and white balance. What you will love most about this app is the control layouts. They don’t get in your way and you can take advantage of the entire view finder the way it was intended. It has custom mode presets to save your favorite settings for later. ProShot is $2.99.

Hydra. Hydra does the best job balancing lighting and capturing amazing HDR photos. Low light mode greatly reduces noise by overlapping many photos and increasing the light factor, and it works. HDR photos look fantastic and the hi resolution mode lets you capture photos up to 32 megapixel to insure you get every detail. Hydra is $1.99

ProCam 2. ProCam 2 combines great tools with a great layout. Controls include manual focus, exposure compensation, shutter speed, ISO, and white balance. There are also 17 live lenses to choose from. Pretty much anything you want. This app also supports TIFF export files. ProCam is $2.99.

Slow Shutter Cam. If you want to capture great long exposures, just pair your iPhone with a tripod and Slow Shutter Cam. It offers full resolution on all devices, and three different capture modes to choose from. There is motion blur, light trail, and low light. Whether you are capturing lights or waterfalls, Slow Shutter Cam is a must have for long exposure photography. Slow Shutter Cam is $.99.

All of the apps listed are available at the App store. Take pics like a pro, all with your iPhone!


Lisa B

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