"Like having a professional photographer at your side giving you advice before you shoot...PhotoCaddy’s wealth of knowledge is a steal for most photographers." macworld.com
PhotoCaddy is the photography expert you can carry in your pocket. Equipment tips, camera settings, creative suggestions and technical points for over 50 categories of photography subjects, covering practically anything you will ever point your camera at.
- Guidance for over 50 different situations, from castles to rainbows and everything in between
- Over 500 total built-in tips
- Suggested camera settings
- Over 1000 (and growing) tips shared by users around the world
- Ability to share your own tips
- Take notes of your own thoughts and ideas
- Custom categories
- Full developer support. Want something changed? Let us know and we'll do our best to accommodate.
Whether you are serious about photography or just want to improve your travel album, PhotoCaddy will be there to help.
* Updated for modern devices
Ratings and Reviews
Great photography tool !
This app is great! Love to have something to refer to quickly while photographing. I've been using it for a long time and it's my favorite photography app.
Great source for quick info...!
Nice app, some enhancement suggestions
This is a nice app, hopefully just a beginning with a few add-ons soon. This is nice for someone who is new to advanced photography, like me, and I will put it to use. I have actually started my own photo-taking notes in my Notes app, and I think it would be great for you to add a custom field at the end of each page for us to add in our own specific notes for each situation you describe, such as what worked and what did not. I would also appreciate a section on each page for "suggested" camera settings (or range of settings) that is consistent in format on each page, perhaps at the very beginning or end, since you describe some pretty specific situations in the app. Of course, we all have to tweak that on our own, but that would be great for someone like me right now. I like your composition tips and can't wait to try some you mentioned there. Web links back to some photo examples that you or others have taken would be a really nice add-on, maybe even to a Flickr group to link back to by category there from each page. I really appreciate your efforts here and hope you will consider taking this app from good to great, in the eyes of a newbie like me.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.