Set Focus/Exposure AFTER taking photo! MultiCam app changes way of taking good photos. So far you had to first set focus, exposure, then take a photo. MultiCam reverses this process - you take photos first, and then adjust focus/exposure anytime!
To achieve this our app uses unique iOS 8 features - manual focus and exposure and captures series of photos.
- capture from 1 to 15 focuses
- additional "9 area focus" mode which captures images by settings focus in 9 points on camera preview
- capture from 1 to 4 exposures
- back/front camera supported
- internal gallery to store series of photos
- focus and exposure sliders in the Editor
- export to Camera Roll from the Editor
- iOS 11 compatibility
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I love the conceptual brilliance and the pure simplicity of this app. Most of the reviewers do not seem to understand how it works. It does not take a single image which the user then manipulates. It takes multiple images at different focal lengths, then allows the user to choose the optimal focal length. So the requests to allow sharing or manipulation of camera roll photos miss the point.
I would love to see one new feature in a subsequent release. The iPhone is the optimal camera, the iPad is the optimal photo lab. It would be great if this app could transfer a given photo project from the Iphone camera to the iPad for final manipulation and save.
Wow! It works for me
This was an early download but I never had the opportunity to use it. Among other things, I like to photograph watches. The most difficult aspect of that for me is maintaining focus while getting the shot set up.
MultiCam eliminated that task and allowed me to concentrate on composition. And the fact that the flash stays on eliminated all guesswork on lighting. My first shots were spot on and my ability to focus on color and composition made post production a Snap. This is my new go-to app for artifact documentation.
The cumbersome change from working mode to camera mode is my only criticism, but I’ll eventually get used to the way the app works.
Great little app
This handy app takes a sequence of shots at various focal lengths so that you can choose the one you like after-the-fact. It's not great for fast action, but for still shots it's a handy tool when you aren't sure what distance to use.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.