Photography Support Apps on iphone


knight84

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Hey guys.

I was wondering i any of you u the photosupport apps on iphone

I am currently using the following

1. Sunrise
2. Strobox
3. Field Tools
4.long exposure

I find 1 3 4 extremely useful for landscap photography

Stobox is gd as u can create various light setup diagrams for easy reference.

Do share what you use

Cheers
 

ZerocoolAstra

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#2
thanks for sharing :)
So far I only use field tools.
Have been relying on mental arithmetic (exercise the brain) for ND filter usage.
 

ZerocoolAstra

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#4
So to summarize, this is the list (so far) of useful photography apps, as recommended by CSers.


1. Sunrise
2. Strobox
3. Field Tools
4. Long Exposure
5. Photobuddy
6. DOF Master
 

Daoyin

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#5
You can also try PhotoCalc. Same as Photobuddy as an "all in one" app that includes the essentials of : DoF, exposure, sunrise/sunset times, flash. Photobuddy has a few more functions than PhotoCalc.

Both are not free though, unlike Field Tools, Long Exposure.
 

daredevil123

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#9
For people shooting sunrises and sunsets, I find Sun Seeker app to be extremely helpful.
 

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i once came across a light meter app on the iphone that works like your normal studio light meter. probably useful for people doing strobist/studio shooting. however, its a paid app and i cant really remember the name. can try looking around for it
 

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i once came across a light meter app on the iphone that works like your normal studio light meter. probably useful for people doing strobist/studio shooting. however, its a paid app and i cant really remember the name. can try looking around for it
I saw that in the app store before, forgot what is the name too. But it isn't a strobe light meter, I think it's simply an ambient light meter.
 

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i once came across a light meter app on the iphone that works like your normal studio light meter. probably useful for people doing strobist/studio shooting. however, its a paid app and i cant really remember the name. can try looking around for it
I saw that in the app store before, forgot what is the name too. But it isn't a strobe light meter, I think it's simply an ambient light meter.
 

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