Works nicely on a Nexus 7 2 Hold steady! No tripod adapters, yet, for tablets? Tried it with some extreme situations, and I like the results much better than some HDR images I've seen online. So far, very happy with this. Once you start the process, it's remarkable to watch. It seems to be far more than just three shots followed by processing. There's a nice progress bar during processing; for me, it took seconds, which is OK, because I have half a clue about what's going on. It did seem to take shots without being told to; not sure, yet.
**This app requires a steady hand or a cell phone tripod mount** This app has a nice pre-defined bracket of dark, middle gray and bright tones. One of very few apps I've ever purchased and for the amount of times I've been without my DSLR and I was able to push the limits of my cell phone with this app it's been worth it. I would like to see more features for this app though like being able to define the brackets in more detail and how many there are but for now if the subject isn't moving this is my go-to camera app.
Although I really liked the way my photos turn out with this app, there are some major problems when they save. #1. Although I set the save drive to my SD card, it always saves directly to my phone, which means I have to always transfer them manually. #2. Suddenly, all of my pics end up disappearing (instead there is a black image with a white person icon, with a tear.) This is regardless of whether or not I have moved the images. So, I lose all those great pictures. #3. Sometimes the pictures only half save. So you get a portion of the picture and the rest is grey.
Used to be better I loved this before switching to my note4. Which has an epic camera. . You used to be able to choose your focus points and it would only take two photos and blend them.. now, with the 3 shots taken you almost always need a tripod. I purchased the app thinking it would be the same I think the 3 shots are overkill.. limits you to only landscape photos, no waves, and no wind blowing. Everything must be still. . That's why the 2 shots were better
Takes too long to process..... I like some of the pics that turn out with this app, my 2 COMPLAINTS: you have to hold the camera still too long & the subject NEEDS to hold still also or picture blurs. I've used other apps that are HDR and you don't have to hold still nearly as long as this app requires.Also this app requires TOO LONG TO PROCESS EACH PIC!! And even if you hold still you aren't always guaranteed a beautiful pic.This CAN turn out beautiful pics, my time is way to precious and it's hards to get live subjects to hold stil
Awesome!!!!! This IS true HDR. Does a good job piecing the photos together.What I like the most is that it keeps the original shots. So you can put it through photomatix or adobe and blend them in more professional software.. Keep the updates coming!! One con is that it makes two copies of the blended shot. One in HDR folder and one in original folder. Which will take up space a lot faster! Suggest keeping it in one location..as of late it keeps crashing when I try and delete pic's.
* Fixed bug where originals were not deleted
* Fixed gallery not updating when pictures deleted within app
* Much faster image capture by default (go to settings and select faster). Works great on the Galaxy Nexus and other new phones!
* Turn off focus before first shot to capture even faster (Remember to focus by tapping the screen before you hit capture in that case!)
* Fixes for issues occurring on some phones