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Manual Camera for iPhone
Custom exposure for your iPhone camera
37 Alternatives to Manual Camera for iPhone

Standard in mobile photography - now on iPad

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Sabra Rubinstein
Sabra Rubinstein- Marketing Manager at Avantpage
If you need a great photo editing tool try vsco. I use it anytime I post on Instagram! The filters are beautiful and they are constantly adding new ones!
John Ababseh
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
Didn't see you were looking for something other than Google, but if that's the case than VSCO is a great way to edit, share, and publish photos.
John Ababseh
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
I use Vsco Cam for my images, there a bunch of great layout options editing styles you can create even with the free version. You can also journal publish your images and see what the image is doing to get inspiration :)
25 Alternatives to VSCO Cam 4.0

Full manual camera with RAW support for iPhone

Optika is a professional camera app with an intuitive interface that provide your full manual control under you built-in phone camera

Full manual control of:

• Focus

• Shutter speed

• ISO

• White balance

• Exposure compensation

Features:

• Captures JPG, RAW or HEIC

• Switch between wide and tele lenses

• Grid overlay

• Photo viewer

• EXIF viewer

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Alex Sieroshtan
Alex Sieroshtan- Software developer
To get the most use out of your iPhone X's excellent camera.
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Mohd Shad Mirza
Mohd Shad Mirza- A JavaScript enthusiast and artist.
Snapseed is the easiest tool to edit photos. Simple, elegant and to the point whereas Picsart is more like all in one package, if you're looking for heavy photo editing, go for Picsart. It is basically PhotoShop on mobile phone and you can do anything with it (it requires some learning though). If you just want to touch up your photos and make them look vibr… See more
Mohd Shad Mirza
Mohd Shad Mirza- A JavaScript enthusiast and artist.
Snapseed is the easiest tool to edit photos. Simple, elegant and to the point whereas Picsart is more like all in one package, if you're looking for heavy photo editing, go for Picsart. It is basically PhotoShop on mobile phone and you can do anything with it (it requires some learning though). If you just want to touch up your photos and make them look vibr… See more
Sohail Khan
Sohail Khan- Tech enthusiast
This is the best app to edit high quality images over a phone , the ability to control all the happenings by a filter is just and added touch which other apps do not offer.
14 Alternatives to Snapseed 2.0

DSLR controls for your iPhone

Obscura brings the kind of controls you’d expect from a professional DSLR to your iPhone. Designed with intuitive controls, ergonomic design and beautiful filters Obscura is the camera that gets out of your way.

Despite its simplicity, it’s deceptively powerful.

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Align your architecture photos with precision

Geometry Club is an architecture photography project on Instagram where people from around the world follow the guidelines, submit their photos, and join the club.

We purpose-built the camera app to help capture your architecture photos with precision. The images are neatly catalogued and you can share directly to Instagram.

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the Guardian
In 2014, Sheffield-based photographer and graphic designer Dave Mullen Jr started Geometry Club, a collaborative Instagram project in which people submit images of buildings forming carefully composed triangle shapes. Mullen is now creating an app to simplify the meticulous formatting process, and says the project is "a test of building an audience based on … See more
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Refocus and edit iPhone portrait photos.

Focos is an app that allows you to refocus images taken by the portrait function in iPhone 7 Plus/8 Plus/X. It also allows for more advanced depth map editing, adjusting foreground and background separately.

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Josselin Colletta
Josselin Colletta- VR/AR Maker @Black Euphoria
Amazing app that uses the double camera of the iPhone X like no other. Feels like Lytro, but offers way more options.
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17 Alternatives to Focos

AI based portrait depth effect for any iPhone

Heroshot is a new kind of smart camera app that enables you to take portrait "depth effect" photos with beautiful, blurred backgrounds automatically and instantly. Whether its a selfie or a portrait of a friend, HeroShot uses advanced AI and machine learning to give you the very best picture possible! Works for all devices on iOS 11

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A better iPhone camera for shooting film

Nizo is the most elegant way to shoot and edit video on iPhone. Celebrating extraordinary artists exploring fashion, art, music, and culture.

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Vicki Tourtouras
Vicki Tourtouras- Designer and Co-Founder of Nizo
Nizo combines shooting and editing video. Shoot with motion picture grades, and edit using fluid gestures.
Chris Messina
Chris Messina- Product designer & entrepreneur
Very slick UI and easy way to edit and combine 4K video content.
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Techwok
Oldalunkon seregnyi videószerkesztőt mutattunk már be, ingyenes és fizetőst, okostelefonost, számítógépen használhatót, vagy akár a böngészőben működőt egyaránt. Ezen a területen manapság nem lehet okunk panaszra, bőven van választék. De a művészi videózás iPhone-nal vagy androidos készülékekkel sem lehetetlen ma már, ezekre is akad megannyi videorögzítő alk… See more
ProVideo Coalition
Focus on image making, forget the superfluous settings. That's the promise of Nizo, a filmmaking app that may help the mobile to become the Super 8 of this generation. The words in the email I received were difficult to forget: Designed for the way creatives think - visually, Nizo foregoes bombarding the filmmaker with superfluous...
No Film School
iPhone filmmaking goes minimalist with this cool new app. Nizo is a minimalist iPhone app released in December 2018 from a Sydney-based developer. Named after a Super 8 camera, the app aims for simplicity and relies on intuitive gestures for navigation and use.
Cult of Mac
Nizo is a new take on video apps. It manages to blend shooting and editing together, so you can edit your movies on the fly as you capture them. The interface to do this is - like much good design - so clean and obvious that you wonder why it wasn't done before.
Mobile Motion
A Sydney-based team of creative professionals are challenging traditional workflows with a new filmmaking app called Nizo, released a few days ago. Essentially, this app is an all-in-one camera and editing app. Normally your camera and editing software are 2 different tools, doing 2 very different jobs.
9to5Mac
Traditionally, the video creation process follows a somewhat linear set of steps: pre-production, production, and post-production. Now, a Sydney-based team of creative professionals are challenging traditional workflows with a new filmmaking app released today called Nizo. Nizo's creators use the phrase "new wave filmmaking" to describe the app.
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