'Right Click' helps you visually understand & experience the various aspects of photography and how they effect your photograph on your smart phone. 'View Mode' option in the app, you can see the various effects Shutter speed, Aperture and ISO have over the image.
View Mode : To experience and visually understand factors that effect the photographs, be it the ambient environment or the confusing functions on your camera screen.
Read Mode : For textual understanding of the factors effecting the photograph.
Photography Styles : For understanding the factors that makes different genres of photography appealing.
Android 2.2 and above.
We would love to get your reviews for the app and any improvements that you might want to suggest. Our aim is to provide that basic information for novice users to understand manual settings in a camera.
Many professional photographers use a Depth of Field table and carry it around to help them make an award winning photo.
This application (DoF Calculator) makes those complex calculations to suggest to you an approximation of the required settings for the best photograph to take. Use this application to shoot like a pro and get amazing results!
This calculator works with most models of cameras available in the market. It is also suited for most scenes to shoot.
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App tested on HTC Desire, Samsung Galaxy S, Motorola Droid, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Motorola Droid X, HTC myTouch
It often happens that when you focus on a subject, it does not appear razor sharp on the photo as it should. Sometimes, the elements in the front are sharper, that is a front focus. Sometimes, elements behind are sharper, that is a back focus.
Using FocusChart, you can take pictures with a precise measure of the focus shift. Then with the autofocus micro adjustment of your camera, you can set it to correct the problem and have razor sharp images (finally).
FocusChart provides you several charts to help you fine tune the autofocus of your camera.
This chart is based on the famous Spyder LENSCAL. It is made of a contrasted target and a ruler to measure the autofocus shift. In order to use it properly, you need to incline your android device to 45° from the horizontal plan. In order to do so, a spirit level is included in the app that shows you when the angle is correct.
To ensure the chart is clearly visible from your camera point of view, you can zoom in/out every element with a pinch-to-zoom gesture.
This chart displays only a ruler. Make the focus on the 0 line and measure the autofocus shift right away. As previously, ensure the angle is 45° from the horizontal. You can stretch the ruler in or out with a pinch-to-zoom gesture.
When double-tapped, the ruler is set to be graduated in centimeter.
Usint the (two) moiré charts available, when the focus is correctly made, the photo will show ... moiré(!). This is also a very accurate way of knowing if the autofocus is perfectly tuned.
To use it, put your android device vertically, the spirit level will help you set the android device to 90°. Take the photo and control it on the rear screen.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you wish to see more different charts in the app.
The LUMIX G Leica DG Nocticron 42.5mm f/1.2 ASPH Power OIS Lens from Panasonic offers a 35mm focal length equivalent of 85mm and a fast aperture of f/1.2 making it well-suited for portraits. It also features Power O.I.S. for optical image stabilization, ensuring sharp images by decreasing the effect of movement and camera shake.