Skyflow is an incredibly handy and functional tool for photographers who aim for the best quality time-lapse shooting!
It has many options, such as choise of shooting resolution and format, motion blur and light trails effects, HDR, panning motion and more.
After shooting is complete you'll need to export your time-lapse as a video file or image sequence.
And the most amazing feature of Skyflow is that it allows you to change the playback speed of the final video even after the end of shooting!
• Shooting and exporting with a resolution of up to 4K
• RAW shooting and export (for iPhone 6S and above)
• Manual ISO, shutter speed, EV, WB and focus control
• Noise Reduction for cleaner shots
• Low-Light Boost for night shots
• Long Exposure effects: Light Trails & Motion Blur
• Exposure Bracketing for HDR export
• Horizon Stabilizer for shooting in motion or from a vehicle
• Zoom with lens distortion control
• Panning motion for dramatic effect in your shots
• Support for DJI OSMO Mobile handheld gimbal series
• Support for the telephoto lens (on dual camera devices)
• System time, memory and battery indicators in the status bar (pressing the memory indicator changes the viewing mode)
• Setting the shooting Start Time, Interval and Duration
• Ability to change some parameters directly during shooting
• Although the shooting Interval is fixed, you can change the speed of your time-lapse in the Editor before exporting the final video!
• Photo grid with guidelines for the rule of thirds, 1:1 (square) and 2.39:1 (cinematic) aspect ratios
• Geotagging (GPS metadata in photos)
• A quick view of your time-lapse projects straight on the home screen by just swiping your finger
• A rich featured editor: ability to trim time-lapse, add music or continue time-lapse
• Flexible HDR settings with real time preview in the editor
• Convenient and understandable export settings with the choice of resolution, format, video frame rate and quality
• The resulting video can be saved to a Photo Library, sent to iTunes, or sent to another application
In the free version, you can shoot time-lapses without worrying about any limitations,
but the export will be limited to the 540p resolution, 30 fps and the video will contain a watermark.
Restrictions are unlocked via a one-time In-App purchases.
Note that if your device has an 8-megapixel camera, which has a 15% lower resolution than the actual 4K, there will be a bit of quality loss while exporting 4K video.
• Added option to rotate exported video
• Added option to auto-save exported videos
• It was impossible to save exported 4K video on iPhone 5S and below
• Fixed exposure adjusting algorithm in semi-automatic ISO / Shutter Speed modes (prevent image burnout)
• If any frames were removed from the project, wrong frames were shared through the "Save Frame" function
Ratings and Reviews
Didn't know I needed this app until I tried it. Has lots of features and settings to make all kinds of timelapses.
Each timelapse is created as a project, and you can go back and keep adding frames. This is my favorite feature because it lets me easily create timelapses that span multiple days (such as plants growing).
Developer Response ,
Looks good, but...
... it looks like you can only export photos through iTunes on your laptop. Not super useful if you want to upload your stills or videos to Twitter or Instagram. If i’m stuck having to use my laptop to get the photos out of the app, I might as well just use my real camera ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
In reply to dev: yes, I plan on uploading quite a few photos to various sites as I’d hoped to use this during a fashion show. I know it’s a far out edge-case, your’s seems like my best option now (especially since the time lapse built into iOS won’t even let you export stills :(
Developer Response ,
Hi! Do you upload hundreds of photos to Twitter or Instagram? Yes, you can export ALL photos only through iTunes right now. But also you can still save videos or individual frames to the Photos app or share them.
I really like the app but it is awful at trimming videos. I used the trim tool to erase a pointless part and it deleted the rest of the video so it was only the pointless part. There's no way to go back?! I just took an hour long video and now it's gone. I also exported it before I trimmed but didn't click "photos" so it didn't save. I think when I export it should automatically save to my photos. I just wasted an hour filming. Will probably find an app that was me trim out sections and restore deleted videos.
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- Andrey Kovalyov
- 89.7 MB
- Photo & Video
Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2014-2019 KageDev
- In-App Purchases
- Full version $2.99
- Remove Ads & Watermark $0.99
- HD export $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.