iPhone’s slow shutter to create wonders

Posted on Jan 17 2014 - 12:04am by IBC News

Washington, Jan. 16: Apple has redesigned its “Slow Shutter Cam” to give its users greater control over iPhone’s camera for creating artistic compositions.

This iOS 7 redesign along with new features for this excellent camera app makes iPhone feel a bit like a DSLR, Cnet reports.

Version 2.0 of the slow shutter cam features three main shooting modes, though two of the modes have been renamed.

The old Automatic mode is now called Motion Blur, and the old Manual mode is now called Low Light, while the Light Trail mode remains.

The Motion Blur effect lets the user show motion in your images, such as ghost images of moving objects and waterfall effects.

The Light Trail mode highlights any light source in a shot and lets the user paint with light by moving the phone during a shot or suggest motion of moving light sources, such as those cool night scenes of tail lights on a highway.

The Low Light mode helps the user avoid using the iPhone’s flash in low-light settings by leaving the shutter open for long periods.

Slow Shutter Cam provides sliders to adjust five edit tools: freeze, brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue.

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