ProCamera + for iOS is one of my favourite camera apps for taking photos.
The above shot is taken using ProCamera + and its special HDR mode which brackets up to 5 shots to create one super shot. After taking the shot you can select different HDR variations to save along with the original non HDR shot.
The beauty of this app is that you can have different HDR options. You can select Auto 3 brackets, Auto 5 or Auto and let the software decide. If you’re a real pro photographer then you can go manual and choose your own levels of HDR. There is even a lowlight HDR mode.
Some of the modes require use of a tripod but the app tells you when you’ll need a tripod too. Low Light + mode is an advanced low light mode that combines 64 shots to create one low noise superb low light image. That’s right up to 64 shots !! The app is near magical in its performance. The brand new LowLight Plus mode was developed in cooperation with Ittiam Systems.
The settings are comprehensive with loads of fine tuning possible.
You can even choose the method of stabilisation.
And if you want to, you can reorder the modes and turn off modes you don’t want to use.
Of course after you have snapped a photo there is a full editing suite along with a good selection of filters.
Anyway let’s take a look at some more photo examples.
The above shot is lowlight HDR mode with the natural HDR selected.
So how does the default camera app perform.
The default camera app photo is a lot darker and has more noise. It also loses image quality.
Now normal lowlight mode with ProCamera +.
Zooming in on the chairs is really impressive. So much more detail and less noise.
So what else does ProCamera + offer. Following its iOS 9 update it now supports Watch OS 2 so you can change the capture format , The HDR mode is full of options, there are 78 filters and effects, a special selfie mode, exposure swipe control , manual focus , full resolution photo preview, separate focus and exposure points , resolutions settings , cinematic 24fps for video and more.
Now this app is not cheap. To get the full benefits of the lowlight + and special HDR extras you’ll need to buy the in app purchases. In total everything comes in around £11.30.
However this app is so good it is on the verge of being my default camera app.
More details at the developers website – Click Here