January 12, 2015 in Photo and Video (E)
[prMac.com] Hyderabad, India - mTouchLabs today is proud to announce the release of ExposureFx 1.0, their new photography app developed for iPhone and iPad. ExposureFX helps you to easily adjust the white balance and exposure in real time while taking pictures with your device's camera. Users may easily switch between front and back cameras, and the final image can be saved to Photo library.
"White Balance is an aspect of photography that many regular camera users don't understand or use - but it's something well worth learning about as it can have a real impact upon the shots you take," said Venky Venkatesh, founder of mTouchLabs. "ExposureFx app helps you to adjust exposure and white balance while taking pictures by using iPhone's Camera."
It is advisable to manually adjust the white balance when taking a picture to compensate for the changing lighting conditions. As the daylight changes during early morning and late evening hours, the varied light intensity is easily perceived by the camera. It therefore becomes necessary to correct the white balance regularly while shooting during these times of the day. To manually set the white balance in your image, you launch ExposureFx app then adjust white balance to get perfect shot.
* Supports both Front and Back Camera
* Captured Images stored in Photo Library
* Easy to adjust controls while taking shot
* iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.0 or later
* This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
* 2.3 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Available the wonderful feature-rich ExposureFx 1.0 at just $0.99 (USD) worldwide from the App Store under the Photography category.
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