HDR Camera+ for Android Review
We all use our cameras to take pictures but not everyone has a top of the line phone to take pictures and taking that perfect snap can be a bit of a problem, we’ve all been there. One of the best solutions to this is HDR photography which is defined as “a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of between the lightest and darkest areas of an image”. It’s a technique you can make use of using HDR+ for Android. Basically the app takes a number of photos at different exposure levels while accounting for moving objects and fuses them into a single image. It’s the perfect app to take photos with and you’ll notice an instant increase in the quality of photos. If you’re still not satisfied or want to make some tweaks, the settings menu lets you change contrast and exposure levels. You can also choose to mute the shutter, location tag images and much more. Safe to say, once you try it out, you won’t be going back to your traditional camera back since this is so much better.
You can get it off the Android market for free or shell out $4.99 for the paid version. Support for Flash, location tagging and shutter sound option is limited to the paid version. You can check out the free version HERE and the paid one HERE