Alternative Camera app

angel76ph

macrumors member
Original poster
Mar 22, 2014
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London, United Kingdom
Hi there.

I currently own an iPhone 5C and i love it. I also like taking photos.

My question is are there any good free (or paid) camera apps that can do more or has more in-built settings (like image stabilisation/anti-shake, burst mode, HDR+, etc) so i can maximise my hobby and the iPhone camera?


Pls advice.



Thanks.
 

Terence993

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Jun 11, 2013
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I use Pureshot since a few months and I think it's a good alternative when you want to have a good Night Mode and a great HDR tool.
 

angel76ph

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Original poster
Mar 22, 2014
71
3
London, United Kingdom
Well, as i said i would like a bit more settings and options. More than a basic Camera app but just short of being an expert. Nothing too fancy.

It would be nice as well if the photo i have taken have sharing options more than just the usual Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Email like what the iPhone have.
 

saberahul

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Nov 6, 2008
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USA
I've been using Camera+ since about the time it came out and it works wonders. The team is also very supportive and helpful.
 

mofunk

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Aug 26, 2009
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Most of my photography buddies who own an iPhone use Camera+. I downloaded this month and I really like it. I thought it was gonna be like some Instagram type filters. But you can do a lot of editing. There is an Auto correct, Auto Flash, Clarity which seems to sharpen your image. Adjusting the White Balance, Tint, etc.

One of the features I like in Camera+ is that you can have the flash on before taking the photo. With the 5c the flash will fire more in low light vs 5s. Also with Camera+ you don't have to pinch to zoom. You just use your thumb to slide in and out to zoom. So you can one hand it (pinch to zoom).

I had a couple others that I got for free from Starbucks that were using filters or brushes to edit your photos like FX Photo Studio and Repix.

Big Lens I also got with Starbucks free App download. This has a lot of filters that blur the background. You can change your Aperture from f/1.8-3.5.