Have you ever wondered how to get nice Night-Shots? With Long-Time Exposure-Photography, you'll get them!
This app takes several, long-exposured images and calculates them together. It generates a final image which has a lot more light then an usual image. With a special algorithm, it will try to reduce shaking of the image.
With the FX-Mode "Brighten" you can even use this app for long-exposure Daytime shots!
New: Save the original images to process them later in a professional software
New: Set delay-time to create awesome time-lapse footage (Learn more at www.android-photo.com/?item=3 )
You can even simulate Flash-Behaviour like 1st curtain or 2st curtain sync!
This Full-Version saves images in original size.
You can do Exposure times up to 2 mintues.
It also offers an option to auto-align the images.
*** Please help us making this app better by reporting bugs or feature requests via mail ***
Tags: Long Time Exposure, Night-Shot Camera, Long-Exposure Camera App
A very cool camera exposure effect that continually builds up image data and then sllows you to manually control the brightness of this built up image data. This simulates the effect of having a long exposure film allowing you to take images that span multiple seconds or even minutes.
Includes two different exposure modes:
- Additive exposure adds up all frame and eventually will look whitewashed but gives a more classic and realistic long exposure / shutter speed effect.
- Fair exposure averages all frames together creating a different kind of exposure effect.
Experiment with both effects and different brightness levels to get the perfect long exposure photo. When you have the perfect long exposure photograph you can freeze the frame and save it to your photo gallery and share it or email it.
Download this amazing camera exposure / slow shutter speed app at no cost!
● All photographic parameters are adjustable and always at hand: exposure compensation, ISO, light metering mode, focus mode, white balance and program mode.
● DSLR-like viewfinder display: see exposure time, aperture and stops display with EV and bracketing settings, in real-time!
● Full fledged exposure bracketing: from 3 to 7 frames, unlimited stops spacing, plus custom EV shifting.
● Built-in intervalometer: make stunning timelapses (even bracketed/HDR timelapses) and time-controlled picture series.
● Program and Speed-priority modes.
● Long exposure support: take beautiful night photos and light trails with long exposure times up to 30 seconds**.
● JPEG, true 16-bit RAW in DNG format*, and lossless PNG photo capturing formats, perfect for post-processing.
● Manual shutter speed: from 1/80000 to 2", or the range available on your device*.
● All camera functions assignable to volume keys. You can adjust EV, ISO, color temperature and more using volume keys. Devices with hardware camera shutter key are also supported.
● EXIF and XMP sidecar metadata support.
● Autofocus, macro, touch-to-focus, true manual focus* and infinity focus modes. Autofocus lock feature (AF-L).
● Autoexposure (AE-L) and auto white balance (AWB-L) locks in Android 4.0+.
● In background photo and RAW developing and processing allows a smooth, uninterrupted camera operation.
● Digital zoom using multitouch pinch gesture. Also shows 35mm equivalent focal length!
● The most advanced electronic viewfinder: live RGB histogram, 10 composition grid overlays and 9 crop guides available.
● Powerful organization options: different storage locations and fully customizable file names (even with variables).
● The user interface is available in more than 30 languages.
This camera application completely avoids scene modes, instead you get full manual control over all photographic parameters, just like you do with a reflex camera, so you can ultimately control every aspect of the picture, and leave the post-processing to the computer. So after your DSLR, you will never miss a photo opportunity again, being able to capture it with the closer sensation to your DSLR as possible.
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* Requires Android 5.0+ and a fully compliant Camera2 implementation. Currently only LG Nexus 5 and Motorola Nexus 6.
** Requires Android 5.0+. Compatible as well on the Samsung Galaxy Camera (1 and 2), Galaxy S4 Zoom and HTC One (M8). On Android 4.4 or older, long exposures lowers picture resolution to 2 or 1 MP, depending models. The reason is explained here: http://www.camerafv5.com/faq.php#long-exposure-resolution
- Approximate location and precise location: only used for geotagging functionality (disabled by default, and requires manual GPS activation).
- Modify or delete the contents of your USB storage and take pictures and videos: required for the usual camera operation.
You can use the calculator with ND filter. Determine how to make 1000 times longer photos, for example.
Two of the three parameters can be blocked, the last parameter is determined automatically.
The minimum and maximum speed can be set, it goes the same for aperture and ISO to be specific to your device.
Version without ads identical to the free version for those wanting to support development.
photo, ND filter, long exposure, exposure calculator
Allowed extended poses (up to 12h) by enabling it in the settings tab.
Added new translations
The application warns when the user enters an exposure longer than described in manufacturer's datasheets. Although the exposure in these instances is crudely approximated by mathematical extrapolation, it is crucial that users conduct their own exposure tests in these very long exposure situations.
Current supported films:
Adox CHS 25/50/100
Adox CHS 100 II
Adox CMS 20 II
Adox Silvermax 100
Agfa APX 100/400
Fuji Acros 100
Fuji Provia 100F
Fuji Velvia 50
Fuji Velvia 100
Ilford Delta 100
Ilford Delta 400
Ilford Delta 3200
Ilford FP4 Plus
Ilford HP5 Plus
Ilford PanF Plus
Ilford XP2 Super
Kodak TMAX 100
Kodak TMAX 400
Kodak Tri-X 400
Finally, a pro tool to help achieve a well balanced exposure with your DSLR, Exposure Pro!
Cameras today achieve pretty amazing exposures in automatic mode. However, when you use automatic mode, your camera is in charge of all of your settings and your exposure. Experienced photographers paint with light, they capture light with aperture and shutter speed, they are in charge of their own exposure.
Since a DSLR camera measures reflective light, metering for a correct exposure can sometimes be a challenge, even for experienced photographers. For a well balanced exposure, experienced photographers need an 18% gray card. Carrying around a gray card is not always realistic, so experienced photographers try to find that 18% gray in their scene to achieve a correct exposure.
Since we see in color, it can sometimes be a challenge finding that 18% gray in our scene. Exposure Pro takes all of the guess work away!
How does Exposure Pro work?
Here is how easy Exposure Pro is to use!
1. Use Exposure Pro to take a photo with your phone or IPad.
2. Find the correct gray in your scene.
★ Simply move the gray card with your finger throughout your scene to find and identify a correct match.
3. Now use your DSLR camera!
★ Point your DSLR camera to the area that you have identified.
★ Adjust your DSLR camera’s settings for a perfect exposure!
It’s too easy, Exposure Pro has helped take all of the guess work out of selecting what part of my scene that I need to meter and measure the light on for the exposure that I want to achieve.
"Exposure Pro has taken my photography to the next level!" -Val Westover
This App takes this information and presents it in an easy to use form. Just type in the f/stop value using the keypad, type in the ISO rating using the keypad and then select the applicable lighting conditions from the four lighting condition types: Daylight, Twilight, Night and Indoors. Each has a range of Exposure Values to select from.
The App then calculates what the effective EV value is (given the ISO rating) and so can calculate what the actual shutter speed should be.
Depending on the ISO rating being used the Exposure value selected from the list can be increased or decreased e.g. if the light is low and the EV is -3 but you are using ISO 800 then the effective Exposure value is zero (ISO 800 counts as +3 to EV) the shutter speed needs to match this value not that selected from the standard lighting condition values.
The tables only show some of f/stop values. For example the tables show f/2.0 and f/2.8 but you might have the camera set to f/2.4. Well it is possible to calculate the exact value so this is what the App does. Coupled with ISO values that do not generate exact EV numbers this value can show you the true value you should be attempting to use. An ISO of 250 adds +1.32 to the EV value. It is a log2 scale.
Now you may not be able to set you camera to the exact value given but it does give you a much better idea of the real shutter speed required rather than trying to guess from the tables (which are calculated on a logarithmic scale and are approximations).
By being able to set the ISO to 250 or 500, etc this App is can calculate the real EV value. If you set the ISO to 1000 then any EV value selected needs to have approximately 3.3 added to it to give the correct EV value. So if the selected EV is 6 then the effective EV with this ISO is actually 9.3. But there is no row for 9.3 in the standard tables and it does make a difference. If the camera is set to f/3.5 then the closest row in the table is for EV9 and f/2.8 (1/60th of a second) or f/4.0 (1/30th of a second).
So do you err towards 1/30th or 1/60th. Well this App actually calculates the exact value and this shows as 1/52nd of a second. Generally a camera cannot be set to this but it can be set to 1/50th so I would try that and then maybe 1/60th and maybe 1/40th. The calculation comes out as 1/50th because the EV is not 9 it is 9.3 and therefore with the ISO at 1000 everything must be treated as brighter and so less exposure is needed.
Being able to see the exact value to use is even more use when long exposures are needed. The standard tables get very vague for low light conditions i.e. EV -6 for f/22 is 64 minutes and for f/32 it is 128 minutes (over an hour more). So if you are using f/28 how many minutes at ISO 1250? Well the answer is 66.9 minutes which is much shorter than you might have guessed.
MEC Multiple Exposure Camera enables you to shoot photos in intervals and then combine them to mimic the effect of multiple exposure / long exposure. Refer to the photos here for some samples of what you can do with MEC Multiple Exposure Camera. e.g. ghost photo, calm sea, smoothened waterfall, reducing noise under low light condition (Night shooting)...
- Interval shooting
- Long exposure
- Multiple exposure
- Noise reduction
- Night shooting
Nexus 5 was used in taking the sample photos
** Note: Ensure your mobile stands still before shooting. Fix it on a tripod, lean on wall/window/etc, or make your own a simple mobile stand with instruction available at https://www.facebook.com/conslazy. Same logic as you have to fix your DSLR camera for shooting any long exposure photos, or very likely you cannot get a sharp image by hand-holding the camera.
** App crashed? Try killing all camera applications, or even reboot your mobile, then start MEC again. Still not working? Email us at email@example.com and we will help.
More photos and tips at https://www.facebook.com/conslazy
You can also find a card-size mobile stand there too.
Enjoy easy long/multiple exposure shooting. =)
It is also possible to specify an ND filter of up to 30 stops, handy for those long exposure photographs to blur water and clouds.
The app also includes a timer for exposure of 4 seconds or longer.
Note: in the Shutter settings section there is a switch tor camera type (Canon/Nikon). This switch simply selects how a small set of shutter speeds around 1 second are displayed, choose the one your camera adheres to. Exposure calculations work for all camera makes, this switch is simply for display purposes.
Please contact me if you'd like to help having the app translated into your language.
We're currently also accepting beta testers for an app based on our popular conceptualization of 'flexible' playlists. Sign up here - http://getwaeo.com/
Check out our blogpost (http://blog.getwaeo.com/post/104391231877/the-start-of-something-beautiful) to get the drift.
Lenx is a clean, intuitive interface that generates long exposure photographs on your smartphone. It is as easy as shooting a video. Create pro shots & ghosting effects easily!
With Lenx, you can share your shots to Instagram or choose from a myriad sharing options (displayed after capture is complete, on the preview screen) to showcase your creativity on social media of your choice!
This free software version (2.0) is completely free of ads and has the following features
● After numerous requests from our community of users, we have finally rolled out a feature for higher frame rate. This will make your exposures more real time and closer to analog quality if used with stabilizing supports. Get it as an in-app purchase from the Settings option (listed as 2x FPS) on the main screen! - Lenx Pro
● Lenx LIVE : Now get live preview of the image while taking the shot.
● Timer support
● Auto focus support
● Front camera support
● Exposure level control
● Zoom (during capture as well)
● High/Low resolution support
● Instant sharing
● Landscape mode
● Zoom/Pan on generated image
Some of the screenshots that are listed are provided by our users and we thank them for helping us to promote this app.
● You can vary exposure during the shot which would give you better control.
● Zoom can be varied to get 3D motion effects as if the object were coming out of the screen.
● Best used in low light conditions, this app can be used to take bright quality photographs. Set high exposure and capture the shot for around 2-3 seconds.
● Stabilize your phone for better shots. Excessive shake can result in ghosting, which might at times give cool output, but many-a-times just introduces weird blurs.
● Focus on your light subject to prevent saturation from other sources.
We are hard at work to incorporate good image stabilization algorithms into Lenx. Look out for further updates!
● Crashes on Sony Xperia series while using front camera.
● Rotor UI loses structure on Samsung Galaxy devices.
● We are always on the lookout for beta testers of our later app versions. Interested user drop us a mail. Include your device name with Android OS version.
-One Color or Color Gradient
-Many predefined Colors and an easy to use Color Picker for custom colors
-Five different Shapes in the Size you want
-Color Gradient time adjustable
-Backlight of screen can be set to max brightness - old value is restored at app exit
-Flip the Screen up to the sky or down to earth - the display is set to black
-If the screen is black you can choose if the color gradient continues or not
-If you have a LCD Device, you can disable the backlight for better Images. Not needed with OLED Devices.
-Vibrate when color gradient finishes
-New Immersive Mode for Android 4.4 KitKat Devices
This App does not create Light Paintings. You still need a camera that is capable of long exposure times
Devices with Hardware Buttons: The Backlight Illumination of the Keys can not be disabled. Please use black Tape or similar.
If you want to discuss about the App, report Bugs or request Features, you can do this via E-Mail or at XDA:
Take a quick photo on your camera using auto-mode. Look at the photo's info and enter the aperture, shutter speed and ISO into EquivX. The results list will then show all other combinations of parameters that would generate a photo with the same exposure level. This means you can work out your aperture and shutter speed for long exposures, without having to wait around for ages, only to find out you got it wrong!
EquivX supports adding your own parameters, and even equipment. You can see what exposure to use, even if you're using filters.
This app downloads in DEMO mode, which allows you full functionality, but with a limited number of apertures, shutter speeds and ISOs. The full version is available via an in-app purchase for a small fee.
Select the shutter speed applicable without the filter then select the filter you intend on using. The shutter speed you will then need to use will be displayed, the timer will be available if it is 4 seconds or longer.
- Shutter speeds 1/8000 to 30 seconds at 1/3 stop intervals
- Single 1 to 16 F-stop and ND400 filters supported
- Timer complete notifications supported on Android Wear devices
If you have any problems, experience any bugs or would like to make any suggestions, please send me an email.
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