- Shutter speed
The application allow manual mode, Shutter priority mode and Aperture priority mode.
Neutral Density Filter correction.
Easy and accurate Deep Of Field Calculator (DOF) and Hyperfocal Distance for your camera. Just specify your camera model, the focus length, f-stop, and subject distance.
- Near limit
- Far limit
- Deep of Filed
- Hyperfocal distance
Useful gray card tool.
Change color of your screen in black, white, neutral gray with the possibility to change gamma value
Minimum shutter speed to yield an adequately sharp image of a moving subject.
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The Camera Lens Bible is an application containing detailed information of over 500+ camera lens of various leading brands in the industry. It is probably the most complete and comprehensive camera lens encyclopedia available in the App Market. This App is an excellent app for professional photographers or for those who are interested in learning how to take better pictures with the use of different camera lens. For each type of camera lens, the following information is included for easier reference:
- High Quality Photo
- Model Name
- Specifications (Image circles, type, focal length etc.)
- APS Equivalent
- Max & Min Aperture
- Diaphragm Blades (if applicable)
- Lens Construction Details
- Focus Details
- Zoom System
- Closest Focus
- Magnification Ratio
- Filter Size
- Retail Price (for reference only)
- Additional Info (Weight etc.)
- Detailed descriptions
The application is optimized for all Android devices running on OS 1.5 or above.
This application has the following features:
- 2-Level Category Views with THUMBNAIL preview of each item
- All Category View to preview all items in alphabetical order
- Single Category View to list items of the same category
- Ability to BOOKMARK selected items for easier reference
- A len name SEARCH engine
- OFFLINE browsing
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Basic operation includes calculating the bellows factor in EV based on your focal length and lens extension. These values can be inserted in either millimeters, centimeters or inches depending on the lens or the photographers preference. But that’s not all. Bellows factor can be combined with any number of filter factors so a correct exposure factor is computed based on the lens extension and filters used.
The PhotoCalc application comes with predefined set of well known photographic filters and their EV factors that you can modify and customize based on your own collection of filters, because we know, that every photographer has their own selection and favorite combinations of filters.
Takes into account diffraction on an aperture for all colors in viewable range of wavelegths.
Contains predefined profiles for over three hundreds digital cameras and backs and over six hundreds lenses manufactured by Canon, Epson, Fujifilm, Hartblei, Hasselblad, Kodak, Konika Minolta, Leaf, Leica, Mamiya, Minolta, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Phase One, Ricoh, Rokinon, Samsung, Samyang, Schneider, Sigma, Sinar, Sony, Tamron, Tokina, Voigtländer.
Just having a camera is not going to get you the best pictures. Understanding camera lenses can help add more creative control to digital photography. There are many things that determine the quality of your photography, and one of the most important is the lenses you use. The essence of quality photography lies in the right lens choice.
This app gives you an important insight on the use of lenses in photography.
Contents of this app:
** Telephoto lenses in photography.
** Photography in the world of panorama.
Photography has been made easy and widely accessible due to the availability of the internet, books, magazines, and anyone can now apply for the distance learning different photography course and tutorial, for professional as well as beginners from any part of the world. It is important to understand about the importance of lenses in photography.
This app, better than other photography apps, makes you knowledgeable about lenses used in photography.
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Note: photography editor, photography forum, lenslight, lens calculator
Professionals will like how quick and easy it is to get depth of field calculations.
Semi-pro photographers will enjoy configuring "what-if?" scenarios for various lenses.
Photography beginners will find it to be a great learning tool by exploring the interplay of aperture, focal length, and focal distance in real time.
Lens•Lab is more than a great depth of field calculator, it's a lens simulator that can help you explore, see, and intuitively understand how depth of field works with your camera and lenses.
Advanced visual depiction of depth of field with real-time controls:
• The background scales from 10 centimeters to 100 meters interactively
• Out-of-focus areas are represented as blurred / dimmed in real-time
• Distance labels, angle of view, and other information updates as you touch
Easily control aperture, focal length, and focal distance with sliders or touch:
• Aperture (from ƒ/1 to ƒ/32)
• Focal Length (configurable minimum and maximum)
• Focal Distance (from 10cm to 100m)
Information overlays are independently configurable:
• Hyperfocal Distance
• Far Depth of Field
• Focal Distance
• Near Depth of Field
• Total Depth of Field
• Vertical Angle of View
• Distance Scale
Sensor size is configurable for:
• Full Frame
• Four Thirds
Additionally, there are controls for distance units (metric or imperial) and display of Full Frame Equivalent focal length (for cameras with sensors smaller than full frame.)
Included is a usage guide that explains all features of the application as well as depth of field in photography.
This app works with all Android devices including phones and tablets running Android 2.2 or newer.
You can quickly select focal length, aperture and subject distance by using seek bar.
- Max focal length (20mm - 1200mm)
- Max aperture (f/2.0 - f/128)
- Max subject distance (10 - 5000)
- Display format (Millimeters, Centimeters, Meters, Inches, Feet, Yards)
- Override circle of confusion
- Constant for circle of confusion (1000 - 1500)
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish
Android 2.1 and up
A major upgrade in the 2.x release. We added some great ephemeris features related to Sun, Moon and major stars which allows you to plan the photo shooting even better!
Ansel Adams dedicates the beginning of his first book "Taos Pueblo" to visualization. He introduced the idea of "previsualization", which involved the photographer imagining what he wanted his final print to look like before he even took the shot. Of course there are many great photos which were taken impromptu. However, for landscape photographers, being able to previsualize the scene before going there will greatly reduce the chance of being caught unprepared and will greatly increase the chance of getting better shots.
Photographers use various tools to help them pre-visualizing the scene. Nowadays, many of those tools are phone apps. This Photographer's Field Tools (or PFT in short) is all-in-one solution that is designed to leverage the map to provide the necessary tools for photographers to pre-visualize the scene in combination with the Sun, Moon and stars. Some questions that you might ask yourself before going out for a photographing trip are:
* Where is the Sun or the Moon at the time and the location?
* When and which azimuth is the Sunset or Sunrise today or on any date at any location around the world?
* Where should I go to get a nice view of the scene?
* How far am I from the scene and at what angle will I look at my subject?
* Do I get a clear view of subject from a certain location where is no mountain blocking the view?
* What lens should I bring in order to capture the whole width or the height of the scene?
* How do I compose the scene considering the subject’s elevation and the sun or moon location?
* Can I get the composition I want using one shot so that both foreground and background are in focus or will I have to take multiple shots and stitch them together because of the depth of field is not large enough?
* How many shots do I need to take to create a panorama and how many angle should each shot cover and how many angle should I rotate the camera between each shot?
* Is tonight a good time for star trail photography? How long can I exposure without being affected the rising moon? Where should I aim at the sky to get the Polaris at the center?
If you are interested in the answers of any questions above, the PFT is the right tool for you. In a simple app, we included Tools feature for you which allow you to find out GPS coordinates, elevation, distance, elevation gain, whether there is a direct view between two locations on the map, focal length (both horizontally and vertically, landscape orientation or portrait orientation), depth of field (DoF), hyperfocal distance and panorama, and all of those are represented to you visually on the map. In addition, the Ephemeris features include the sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset time and location, twilights, special hours of the day, position of the Sun and the Moon, Sun/Moon Finder, more than 100 stars (such as Polaris) azimuth and elevation angle, star trail planning and exposure time calculation, timelapse and hyperlapse calculation etc.
And we also promise you that more exciting features are on the way in the next few releases!
Please refer to http://yingwentech.wordpress.com/introduction-to-photographers-field-tools/ for more details.
You can view all the lenses at once or you can view lenses in a selected category. You have the ability to sort by aperture, minimum focal length and ESP (Estimated Retail Price).
Each lens has a detail page which provides links to the Canon web page detailing the lens, reviews of the lens from third parties (if available - brand new lenses might not have reviews yet) and information on where to rent the lens in the US (if available).
In photography, exposure value (EV) denotes all combinations of a camera's shutter speed and relative aperture that give the same exposure.
How to use it
With your touch or keypad down/up, you move de ruler.
Establish the brightness (EV) of your subject, using either your hand-held light meter or the descriptions on the calculator. (Note that the descriptions are only a guideline - if you're working from them you may wish to bracket your exposures.)
Slide the sliding scale so that the ISO value of your film lines up with the appropriate EV value. Then you can read off aperture/shutter speed combinations from the lower pair of scales.
This version of the calculator is reversible. Use the side with EVs 8-16 for bright conditions, and the 3-11 side for dim light.
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This application provides a quick reference for almost M42 lenses, so you can easily check the information if you intent to buy a lens.
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