Wrong exposure The app may mislead those people who had no idea how the formula shutter*aperture= exposure works. The shutter example is not correct because the exposure varies as the shutter value changes. As result, people only notice the image getting darker or lighter but do not notice the spinning wheel. The same goes for ISO example. People only notice the lighter image but do not notice the increased noise. The only correct example in this app is for aperture.
Figure it out. The app can be figured out. I had to figure out how exposure on a camera works for myself on a real camera, so I guess people can figure that out here too...
Great! This is a great app very descriptive. Explains everything simply and easily . Only wish 2 things. That it can be smaller or moved to SD.
Great Love this app! I have a dslr camera and im gng into studying photography. I didnt know much about how to use my camera and this has helped me get a better understanding about the different settings and uses of it. Now im abit more prepared fr my studies. Very useful!
Good Attempt Felt sluggish on my galaxy nexus. Nice looking UI but bland transitions. Useful for beginners not those already experienced in photography.
Great app for us novices Handy cheat sheet and the photo simulation more than make this app worthwhile! It may be old, but it's still great.
Would really appreciate any feedback/changes/updates that you want to see in the next version.
We are listening!
Remote controller and trigger control for Canon and Nikon digital SLR cameras