Average Camera Pro
By Dominik Seibold
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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.
What's New in Version 4.2.2
bugfix: app doesn't crash anymore, if launched with disabled camera-access
My favorite landscape/indoor/low light app
This app is one of my favorites. I try to use it all the time in situations where there is nothing moving. I recently used it at a local park where I took 128 photos of a waterfall to get with that silky smooth look in the flowing water. Of course I did not have to use 128 images, I just tried it to see what it would do. Anyway the images are extremely clean with no noise or visible artifacts in the image. I also used this app to photograph the interior of the house that was going up for sale. Those images turned out beautiful and super clean. I highly recommend this app to every iPhone user to photograph Dimly lit scenes and come away with noise free images. However take in mind that it does not work well with moving subjects (unless you were photographing flowing water) because it's stacks multiple images to give you one averaged image. In future updates, I would like to see faster image capture if you're in a hurry to capture a certain image and cannot wait for a long stacked process. You will not be disappointed with this app.
Considering I use an actual camera for my long exposures I decided to try this app out for when I only have my phone on me for whatever reason. Someone on IG mentioned it. Very fun app. I like the intervals and the combo of the photos so you can achieve a decent long exposure look from a phone. Really cool.
Only of its kind, easy to use, great results
As expected, you'll need to use a tripod or lean your phone against something to achieve any result. The results are great with my iPhone 5, giving the camera an effective daytime bulb shutter function, with the benefits of low noise and not needing an ND filter.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Mar 16, 2015
- Version: 4.2.2
- Size: 5.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Dominik Seibold
- © 2011-2014 Dominik Seibold
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.