Capture Long-Exposure photographs with Slow Shutter! Create beautiful photos of moving objects with features usually reserved for expensive DSLRs. Version 2.0 was designed from the ground up, we used feedback from users and experts to create the highest performance Slow Shutter app ever. Slow Shutter is now easier to use, more intuitive and offers the highest quality results. It just works!

App Supports:
- AUTO - Perfect for waterfalls, ghost photos and other moving objects.
- LIGHT TRAIL - Capture hypnotizing photos of night traffic, fireworks, carousels and other moving lights.
- NIGHT - Capture bright, noise-free photos in low-light conditions!

- Real time preview.
- Full photo resolution support in Auto and Night modes. Maximum framerate is used in Light Trail - this can be modified in iOS Settings.
- Adjust exposure in Light Trail and Night modes.
- Adjust Freeze in Auto mode.
- Tap “Shoot” button again to stop capture.

- To improve sharpness use a tripod.

What’s New

Version 2.8

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

- iOS 11 compatibility
- new icon

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

chipscan ,

Worked great until iOS 14.0.1

I really enjoyed using this app, waterfalls were like cotton Candy...
I updated to iOS 14.0.1 a week ago and didn’t think anything about it...
Well... I recently tried using it at the Dallas Arboretum and it kept crashing. I had to reboot the iPhone each time I wanted to create an image... <SIGH>. Not very handy...

Homeworld ,

Flawed, but interesting

Disappointingly low-res, but interesting. Compared to "Slow Shutter Cam" by Cogitap, which allows me to shoot at three levels of quality (S, M, L) and full resolution (2448x3264), this offers an inferior 720x960 capture and no selectable quality levels.

That said, this one seems to something interesting: image stabilization of the non-moving portions of an image (and maybe of the entire image, I'm not sure). Taking a picture of my cat eating with this app, everything appears stationary and focused except the cat, who shows the expected motion blur (but not much). Contrast this with Cogitap's app, which applies no such stabilization, and everything shows motion blur (due to my not holding the camera perfectly still). This probably does make it a better choice for night photography, in certain circumstances and for most people.

Ultimately, until I find an slow shutter-esque app that makes image stabilization selectable, I'll probably keep both on my iPhone 4S and use one or the other as my exact intent warrants.

Thanks for reading.

Techpioneer ,

Crashes when trying to save

It’s working good for everything else, but pointless if I can’t save the photo.

App Privacy

The developer, Lucky Clan, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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