From the very first use, this app has delivered really professional-looking images with my Samsung Galaxy S5. I am a realtor, so widescreen HDR images are a must. My clients love the photos I take for their listings and other realtors with expensive cameras have remarked about the high quality photos with this app. No cons, but would like to see a gridlines option to help align vertical reference points and also any kind of help manual. But as noted, the very first photos were terrific. Just be sure to get a tripod and an adapter clamp to hold your device steady for best results.
Keep crashing or freezing on my pixel xl. Running Android O. Any suggestions?
Almost perfect Well made app, creates good images compared to other HDR software. My only issue with my Nexus 5 with latest android build is if I take a photo, and decide its not good enough, I return to the viewing screen to take another image but the photo button doesn't work. If I go into the settings, toggle a setting, like focus between pictures from on to off or off to on and return to the view screen, it then takes the photo, but again the problem happens again after taking the image. I hope that helps u Developers
Little gimmicky The app goes for the more "over the top" hdr style. Non photo enthusiast usually like that style, but more serious photographers will cringe. Needs setting for low-medium-high tone mapping. Tone mapping is stuck on aggressive.
Needs work! Some times it works, sometimes not so much 😲 Not ready for prime time. Dropped to 3 stars until the developer fixes the crashing problem. I keep sending crash reports but nothing is improving.
Not working Used to be my favorite camera. But it no longer works on my Motorola Droid Razr Maxx. Freezes, loses shots and stays in memory, consuming power.
DSLR Camera Photo Editor is allows selective blur or unblur the parts of Picture