11 Alternatives to FaSloMo
Joshua TalleyI own a Pixel, and the built-in EIS is pretty amazing (on par with Hyperlapse, IMO), but the ability to do really solid time lapses is largely missing. Microsoft's app is good, but something tells me this would be better.
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Vinh PhamHalide was just released and is worth checking out. There are simple tap and gesture based controls for ISO, focus, and a few other things. You can also shoot in jpeg and raw.
Michael MarionI just started using Halide and it seems pretty great so far. I love the manual settings and the design is gorgeous. For someone getting into learning more about photography, it's a great way to learn more about concepts and settings in a practical way without dropping $1500 on a DSLR or mirrorless camera.
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Long exposures have always been limited by technical factors, from keeping the camera steady, to guessing the amount of light. We’ve taken care of all of that.Spectre is an AI-powered shutter for your iPhone, letting you create amazing long exposures.
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CNETLast October, I did a camera comparison between a then-new iPhone XS and the Galaxy Note 9. As part of it, I wanted to take long-exposure photos of a car's taillights streaking through the night. I put the Note 9's camera into Pro Mode, lowered the shutter speed and took a few snaps.
Cult of MacHalide, an iOS camera app that entered a flooded photo app category in 2017, quickly rose above most of the others as a must-have tool for serious iPhone photographers. The creators, wanting manual camera settings and a RAW shooting option, rolled out a new app this week bringing ease to the otherwise complicated task of light and motion painting with long e… See more
9to5MacNearly two years ago former Twitter for iOS tech lead Ben Sandofsky and ex-Apple designer Sebastiaan de With launched Halide, the beautiful pro camera app for iPhone that's proven both popular and powerful. Today the duo is launching their second app, a companion camera called Spectre that focuses on intelligent long exposure photography.
MacrumorsThe developers behind the popular Halide photography app today launched an all-new app, Spectre. Spectre is designed to overhaul the way that we take long exposure images using some unique machine learning and stabilization techniques.
MacstoriesSpectre is a new specialized camera app from the team that created Halide, one of our favorite camera apps on iOS. The Halide team describes Spectre as a computational shutter for the iPhone, which allows the app to do things like remove people from a crowded scene, create artistic images of rushing water, and produce [...]
MSPoweruserThe developer behind the popular iOS camera app Halide is back with another amazing camera app. The new app is called Spectre and it can be used to capture amazing long exposure photos. Spectre makes use of AI to process hundreds of shots over the span of a few seconds to create these brilliant photos.
The VergeThe makers of Halide, a popular third-party iOS camera app that offers advanced RAW shooting and other powerful tools, are today releasing another photography app: Spectre. Spectre costs $1.99 and comes with one big specialty: long exposures.
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