Moment Pro Camera App Gains Slow Shutter for Long Exposure Shots

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  1. MacRumors macrumors bot

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    Popular photography app Pro Camera from Moment is getting a major new feature today that's going to make it easier to capture long exposure shots.

    The new Slow Shutter shooting mode provides manual long exposure controls for blurring parts of images, such as rushing water or cars driving by on a road. It can also be used to create an image without people, if, for example, you're taking a photo in an area that's often crowded but where people pass by frequently.

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    There's a simple interface that's designed to let you select the motion and the time, and there are options for motion blur or light trails. You can select a pre-determined time or use the Bulb setting to leave the shutter open as long as desired.

    The Slow Shutter feature takes images in the background and then blends them together, and all photos are saved as Live Photos so you can use them as photos or short videos.


    Moment is the company behind the popular Moment lenses that attach to an iPhone. The app is designed to be used with the Moment lenses, but it also works without them, serving as a standalone photography app with manual controls.

    To celebrate the launch of the new feature, Moment is providing anyone who downloads the app with a 15 percent off code to be used in the Moment store.

    Moment Pro Camera can be downloaded from the App Store for $5.99. [Direct Link]

    Article Link: Moment Pro Camera App Gains Slow Shutter for Long Exposure Shots
     
  2. MeasterHD macrumors member

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    Apple devs should finally learn something. Camera in iPhones has a huge potential but limited by OS.
     
  3. ke-iron macrumors 65816

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    I prefer to use Spectre, which removes objects that are moving.
     
  4. SmackBookPro macrumors regular

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    You’re the kind of guy who, following a huge update to the built in app, would complain “Apple must stop putting independent app developers out of business”, aren’t you?
     
  5. MeasterHD macrumors member

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    Who said that? I want implement it in iOS only. There will be always some kind competition.
     
  6. SmackBookPro macrumors regular

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    I’d like them to as well. I like when they add features into the system, even when decent third party apps exist.

    My reason I suspect Apple doesn’t is that it’d be hard to get advanced function while maintaining an ‘easy foolproof’ interface
     
  7. MeasterHD macrumors member

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    Night mode and advanced camera functions is the only thing what I still expecting from Apple.
    But yes in the world of selfies I don’t believe that we will get something.
    EDIT: I had also Huawei phone long time and I was impressed by their camera tweaks.
     

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