The inventors behind Camera+ are set to release a new version of the popular photography app and it looks like it's had a complete redesign.
The original Camera+ app gave iPhone drugs access to manual camera controls, pretty cool photo editing tools and filters, to name but a few features and version 2 promises to be even outstrip.
According to the Camera+ website, Camera+2 has been 'reimagined and rewritten from the ground up' and as well as including the shapes Camera camera is an optical instrument for recording or capturing images, which may be stored locally, transmitted to another location, or+ users will be familiar with, the app takes advantage of the depth technology now found in iOS devices so adjustments in the Lab section of the app can be applied to distant and place off limits subjects individually. You can also choose if you want to shoot with the wide or tele lens (if your iPhone has a dual-lens camera).
The Slow-moving Shutter mode has been improved so Camera+ 2 will automatically adjust the sensitivity of the camera for long durations, and will come you an accurate preview while the capture is taking place. You don't have to exit the app to select images from your library either as the app has a astute access button so you can switch from the app's Lightbox to your library where you can browse, manage and edit images. Plus, all photos you arrest with the Camera+2 app, by default, go into the Lightbox so you can quickly access them.
RAW capture and editing have also been introduced or, if you advance, you can still capture JPEGs or the newer HEIF file format.
Camera+2 is compatible with iPhone and iPad and will be available from 29 May for $2.99. If you preorder the app, you'll set apart $1.
(Via Cult of Mac)