Very Nice App This is a very good app for tips and suggestions on a large variety of photography subjects. I like that you can add your own notes and see tips from multiple global users. The reason I gave it a 4 (and not a 5) is because about half of the links in the "Essentials" section give you an error and can't find the document. Considering that the app costs $3.99 the expectation is that it has been debugged, everything works and the content is all there.
Very cool for the noon - galaxy s4 app starts in outdoor scenes but pressing the button left of the home button opens options for other shooting environments that others seem to be stuck on. so that is not an issue but a user exploration error. Useful tips for several tips for various types of photo scenarios looking forward to learning alot from this app.
Needs a little more polishing Great app to draw a reference and share subject presets with others. I did notice a little bug, for example if I wanted to add a note, it keeps blank entries even after deletion. It would also be helpful to add custom categories e.g. Sports. If I could add links or photos as a reference that would also be helpful to me, especially for posing guides etc. Great app, appreciate using it in the field.
Useful for beginners but still a bit disappointing! For the content, I would have rated this app as 3-star, the 4th star is given for its user-friendliness. As a guide for photography learners, I am disappointed to see advising "Aperture Priority" or "Speed Priority" modes in many scenario: should have guided and encouraging learners using full manual. Also, White Balance setting is omitted which is supposed a crucial factor in digital photography.
Used to be good I'm assuming the issue with only having access to outdoor settings is due to an upgrade to my Android operating system. This must be the case as the last app update was so long ago. The menu button that USED to work now has another function.
Only showing outdoor settings Love the idea and looking forward to using it but the app only gives me outdoor settings. How do I move out of these and into other situations?
Small UI updates
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