Takes into account diffraction on an aperture for all colors in viewable range of wavelegths.
Contains predefined profiles for over three hundreds digital cameras and backs and over six hundreds lenses manufactured by Canon, Epson, Fujifilm, Hartblei, Hasselblad, Kodak, Konika Minolta, Leaf, Leica, Mamiya, Minolta, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Phase One, Ricoh, Rokinon, Samsung, Samyang, Schneider, Sigma, Sinar, Sony, Tamron, Tokina, Voigtländer.
- Capture images with varying focus distances using intuitive touch selection
- Import captured images from photo gallery (e.g. images already captured with a DSLR for instance)
- Turn off automatic image alignment
- Control saturation, brightness, contrast, details, shadows, highlights
- Ideal for landscape and macro photography
- We recommend a recent device with at least 512MB of RAM.
- DOF: depth of field, light field 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
Douglas Photo Calculator automates the calculation of key metrics for photographers in pursuit of consistent and creative results and takes the uncertainty out of high quality photography.
This innovative software provides the capability to make crucial optical calculations quickly and easily. We're talking here about calculating, amongst other things, depth of field, hyperfocal distance, angle of view, image area and diffraction.
Depth of Field – Making sure that the nearest and furthest parts of your subject are in acceptable focus is vital. Douglas Photo Calculator enables you to control a variety of criteria – including the often-misunderstood 'circle of confusion'!
Hyperfocal Distance – With a just a few clicks, Douglas Photo Calculator will work out the distance from your camera lens to the nearest part of the subject that provides an optimal level of focus.
Angle of View – The focal length of a lens will determine its angle of view in conjunction with a given film format size. Douglas Photo Calculator will calculate the optical equations for ANY LENS with an 'angle of view' between 1 and 179 degrees.
Diffraction – Effectively limits the lens to be stopped down below a certain point. This software will work out the smallest aperture that can be used to avoid distortion.
A comprehensive Help file is included with Douglas Photo Calculator and there are numerous examples to show users how to make the very best of this versatile and feature rich software.
Options are available for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac platforms.
Wheels are used for selecting aperture, focal length, focus distance and unit of focus distance which makes testing of different settings very fast and simple.
The unit of the calculated results as well as the focus distance can individually can be selected to be m, cm, feet or inch and all last used settings are saved.
If you are missing a camera/sensor or have any other request, contact me and I will help you.
HyperFocal lets you easily calculate hyper-focal distance alongwith depth of focus. With a well-designed, easy to use UI, you can easily configure your shooting parameters and view all the relevant focus information at one place. It includes an advanced graphical representation of the shooting scene, for a quick & intuitive view of the information.
You can also generate hyper-focal distance table for different f-numbers and lens focal lengths for your camera setup. The app includes a highly configurable hyper-focal distance table generator module to produce customized tables for your camera/lens combinations. You can export hyper-focal distance tables to multiple file formats including jpg, html or excel and save/share these for later use.
The app also has a convenient 'profiles' feature, which let you save/re-load shooting parameters. Profiles let you quickly switch between different camera/lens/shooting parameters combinations to save time while switching between your camera gear.
- Sleek, responsive, intuitive user interface.
- Customizable hyperfocal distance table generator.
- Advanced graphical scene display.
- Easily share, export to multiple file formats.
- Profiles for management of multiple camera gear.
- Comprehensive camera database, regularly updated.
- 100% free, without nagging ads.
1. First 3 COC entries are customizable - select one and then press "Edit Camera" from the menu.
2. Tab for showing the DOF calculations for the range of apertures
3. Tab for showing the DOF calculations for the range of focal lengths
4. Tab for showing the DOF calculations for the range of subject distances
5. Tab for showing the FOV for the range of focal lengths
1. Depth of field
2. Hyperfocal distance
3. Near and far limits
4. DOF in front and behind subject
5. Rectilinear angle of view for the chosen camera and focal length
Inputs for (press and drag left and right to scroll the values):
1. Units (meters, feet, centimeters and inches - swipe the top panel left and right on the first tab to switch units)
3. Focal Length
4. Subject Distance (long press selected value when units is meters/feet to input additional centimeters/inches)
5. Teleconverter (1.4x, 1.5x, 1.6x, 1.7x, 2.0x, 3.0x)
1. Showing custom COC Values only
2. Hiding the teleconverter input
3. f-stop increments, f-stop range start and end
4. Adjusting maximum subject distance
Enter distance, focal-length and aperture to get near- and far-focus (+hyperfocal-distance)
Define your lenses to regulate permitted input-values (e.g. focal-range)
No ads, no permissions needed, no costs.
Released as Free/Open-Source-Software (GPL v3) - see http://sf.net/p/andof
Enhancements planned, suggestions welcome!
You can quickly select focal length, aperture and subject distance by using seek bar.
- Max focal length (20mm - 1200mm)
- Max aperture (f/2.0 - f/128)
- Max subject distance (10 - 5000)
- Display format (Millimeters, Centimeters, Meters, Inches, Feet, Yards)
- Override circle of confusion
- Constant for circle of confusion (1000 - 1500)
* Settings are available for ad free full version.
* Screenshots are for ad free full version.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish
Android 2.1 and up
The app includes three tools:
1.The calculator of the depth of field (further – the DoF-calculator).
2.The calculator of the exposure pairs.
3.The calculator of the sunsets time and the sunrises time.
The DoF-calculator will be helpful at the landscape shooting that needs the maximum depth of field. If you’ll choose the model of your camera and will set the aperture’s value, the focal distance and the distance of the focusing action, you’ll find distant both near limit of the sharpness and the hyperfocal distance. You’ll get the maximum depth of field in shot by focusing at this hyperfocal distance.
The calculator of the exposure pairs is being the special value at the shooting at night time when the built-in exposure meter is lacking for the calculation of the correct time of the exposition (built-in exposure meters can calculate exposure up to 30 seconds only).
Simple example: you wish to shoot the night landscape. The built-in exposure meter shows, that the exposure will be equal to 30 seconds at ISO = 1600 and the aperture = 5.6. But your camera has digital noise at ISO = 1600. If you’ll reduce the sensitivity to ISO = 400, exposure time will be 2 minutes and you’ll cover the aperture to 11, the exposure will increase up to 8 minutes. Photo Tools is created for the calculation of these parameters. The app is able to calculate the exposures up to 512 minutes.
The calculator of sunsets and sunrises allows to find out the time of their beginning. It gives this information about any place of our planet in any day.
It is recommended to have a look at the instruction before the using Photo Tools.
You’ll not find advertising in my applications, because they’ve developed for my own use.
Photo Tools is distributing under the license GPL v3. You can receive the source code of the program under the link: https://github.com/yankovskiy/PhotoTools
If you can help with translation into other languages, or you have ideas and offers, or you have found an error in program work, write e-mail to me, please: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rudy Dordonne (rework EV-pair kernel)
Depth of Field is a measurement of how blurred the background looks, the shorter DoF the blurrier. You have probably seen a portrait where the eyes of the model are knife sharp and the ears are a bit out of focus, and the background has a very soft blurriness. How big the range is that is in focus is ruled by the focal distance you use, what aperture you have chosen, the distance to the subject and a parameter in your camera called circle of confusion. Then a rather complex calculation needs to be done.
Many photographers carry cards with a chart when they are selecting the values to get a certain depth of field. DoF can do that for you. For example if you know how far it is to the subject and what focal length you use, DoF can calculate what aperture you should use. Set that, let the camera select the time and you’re done.
DoF will also calculate the hyperfocal distance, this is the distance you should set your camera to, to get everything to infinity look sharp. If you like, DoF can calculate what guide number your flash needs to have, or how far it will reach.
DoF is really easy and intuitive to use and has an extensive help included. DoF includes information for circle of confusion for 1235 different camera models, if your camera is not found, you can enter the number manually, or adjust a predefined value.
You can select whether the aperture values should be selected, and displayed, in full, half or thirds step. All your selections will be remembered even when you close the app.
Dof is not in any way connected to the camera in the phone.
DoF is localized to English and Swedish.
DoF calculates these parameters:
- Total Depth of Field
- What aperture to use for a given depth of field
- Hyperfocal distance
- Required guide number
- Distance the flash reaches
- Depth of Field in front of subject
- Depth of Field behind subject
DoF runs in three different modes:
- Depth of Field and Guide number
Depth of Field in front of subject
Depth of Field behind subject
Total Depth of Field
Required guide number
- Depth of Field and Distance
Depth of Field in front of subject
Depth of Field behind subject
Total Depth of Field
Required guide number
DoF is an excellent tool to calculate for example depth of field or aperture.
DoF is an excellent tool to calculate depth of field from the selected settings of your camera, it can also calculate what aperture to use to get a certain depth of field and number of other parameters.
Calcular la profundidad de campo y la distancia hyperfocal de una manera rápida e intuitiva.
Mediante el uso de deslizadores y controles de ajuste fino, ofrece un cálculo de:
1) Inicio de la profundidad de campo
2) Final de la profundidad de campo
3) Total de la profundidad de campo
4) La hyperfocal
La focal y distancia pueden ajustarse libremente y la apertura puede controlarse en tercios de paso. Cualquier cambio en los ajustes ofrece un resultado inmediato.
FORMATOS DE SENSOR
Fast DoF no usa interminables listas de modelos de cámara. En vez de ello, te permite escoger entre las categorías de sensor más habituales (desde móviles a gran formato).
Centímetros, metros, pies(feet) y pulgadas(inche)
Contiene una sección de ayuda donde se informa sobre los términos teóricos.
No contiene publicidad, spam, etc, ni recopila información alguna sobre tu dispositivo. Es gratis.
Para cualquier duda o sugerencia, usa mi correo de contacto.
A useful tool especially for people who prefer to shoot with manual focus lenses.
Just input the distance subject, the lens focal length, the desired aperture and the type of your camera and it calculates the hyperfocal distance, the near/far focus points and the depth of field (DoF).
--> If you have any suggestions for cameras/features/calculations, contact me :)
Download Photographer. An expert photographer in your pocket.
It suggests the optimal settings for your camera and equipment to be used to make great photos based on what you want to photograph.
- How tos to take nearly 60 different categories of photos: Portraits, rainbows, fireworks, the moon, etc..
- Photographic poses for couples, men and women, groups etc..
- Special photo tools like Depth of Field Calculator (DOF calculator), Exposure Calculator (EXP calculator), print size calculator according to the size of the file or megapixels, Timelapse calculator
- Photography news reader
- Personal notes and personal settings
A great help for your beautiful photos!
This is a FREE expandable with in app purchases.
* Near limit
* Far limit
* Hyperfocal distance
For your camera setting.
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Now supports FEET and YARDS as distance unit as well as small sensors (large crop factors).
Simple to use and operate, just by using your fingers to operate the setting wheels. No clicking needed.
Calculates hyperfocal distance as well as near and far limits of sharpness.
You can use this application with almost any camera as a lot of crop factors are supported.
The COC (Circle of Confusion) can be set by the user, it defaults to 0.030mm.
Sorry, only english at this time.
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