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rappar
Dec 11, 2012, 11:43 AM
I have a number of camera apps. I would really appreciate some input as to what people view as the best camera app. I am NOT talking about borders, filters or the like, but rather THE BEST app for taking a picture with your iPad.
I also don't want a pinhole camera or vintage camera, just the app that provides the most flexibility when taking a picture.
Thanks,
Ron



r2shyyou
Dec 11, 2012, 12:04 PM
I have a number of camera apps. I would really appreciate some input as to what people view as the best camera app. I am NOT talking about borders, filters or the like, but rather THE BEST app for taking a picture with your iPad.
I also don't want a pinhole camera or vintage camera, just the app that provides the most flexibility when taking a picture.
Thanks,
Ron

Wait, for iPad or iPhone/iPod touch?

rappar
Dec 11, 2012, 12:34 PM
I have an iPad and am looking for the best camera app as described in my original post to use with the iPad.
Thanks,
Ron

nutmac
Dec 11, 2012, 03:46 PM
I also don't want a pinhole camera or vintage camera, just the app that provides the most flexibility when taking a picture.

Just photos or video as well? I have also tried several and for photo-only app, I like Camera+ for iPad for stabilization, faster shooting speed (than stock camera app), artificial horizon, and live exposure data (ISO speed, f-stop, shutter speed). Unfortunately, due to lack of APIs, apps cannot change ISO speed, f-stop, nor shutter speed. But it is still handy to have these information available.

At any rate, I use the stock camera app most of the time (because I often need to shoot both video and photos).

dukebound85
Dec 11, 2012, 03:48 PM
for night shots, i use nightcap. seems to do a good job in how it handles various settings

ericlewis107
Dec 12, 2012, 12:32 AM
You can try Camera Illusion, Vignette, FxCamera, Retro Camera. It provides a lot of options and settings.

Jessica Lares
Dec 12, 2012, 02:43 AM
Snapseed. I like the color/contrast correction, selective adjust which lets you change the brightness, contrast, and saturation, tune image which which will let you change the ambiance and white balance, the straightener feature, and then the details setting which changes sharpness and structure.

midwestfisherma
Dec 12, 2012, 09:25 PM
Camera+