Average Camera automatically takes multiple pictures (immediately or after a timer expires), calculates the average picture out of these and normalizes the result, to make the lightest pixel become white. It is useful for producing low-noise pictures in low-light situations. Because of the long exposure time, you should not hold your iPhone in your hands, but lean it against something to get sharp results.
compatibility-bugfix for iOS 12
Ratings and Reviews
Nice idea but...
If you could point to me where the resulting photos are that would be nice :-). Needs a lot of work yet, like access to the photos so you can gauge whether that was a good take. In the mean time I'll stick to Slowshutter. Needs more Ui love.
Very good and unique
Gives great results with tripod. Well thought out app.
Great tool for high quality photos
This version is more stable on my 4S, and offers wider range of options for shot set-up.
I use it for noise reduction in shots with poor light and shadow, for great blurring of water - rivers, fountains, waterfalls etc, and for removing people from landscape and cityscapes.
The improved stability also makes it very useful for HDR shots. Lock focus on the highlights for the ‘dark shot' and use the gain option at the end to produce a version with well-lit shadows - the ‘light shot' Combine these in any HDR program and you have a really powerful way to extend dynamic range from a single shot.
Perhaps a future version could automate that?
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.