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    I was doing some research when I found this: 5 Photography Apps for Windows Phone 8 it features a 'toolbag' kind of app that will give photgraphers that know what they're doing some really useful information. Stuff like calculators for depth of field, hyperfocal distance, light metres for help if you're using a proper DSLR.
    There's also apps for tracking the earth, sun and moon as well as tools for exposure and an ND converter.

    I thought someone out there might find this stuff useful!
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    Good find. That first app looks particularly interesting. They definitely should appeal to the serious and knowledgeable photographer. Which I am most certainly not!
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    That is a fantastic find. I bought two of them thanks.
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    Photo-Info might also be an interesting tool for you. It's an extension for the Windows Phone Photo-Hub, so you can read picture information (even EXIF-tags) with just one tap. In addition, you can see the location of your picture on a map.
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    Wonderful!!! Thank you very much for these!!!! Really like them all and will be very useful!!
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    Cool!
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    This 2 apps will help you to connect wifiSD card and control you camera with distance !

    NC SDWiFi | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)

    NC Dari | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)
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    Check out my app Pixontal which helps photographers to capture images in true horizontal orientation. It provides features which help you modify camera parameters to capture the best photo.

    Pixontal
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    Right the 1520 takes a 5mp and 19mp. Which one do we view when i look at the picture I took? Is it the 19mp or 5mp? I know you can only access one of them through PC
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    Quote Originally Posted by jammytech View Post
    Right the 1520 takes a 5mp and 19mp. Which one do we view when i look at the picture I took? Is it the 19mp or 5mp? I know you can only access one of them through PC
    With Nokia Camera, you can see the 16MP shots. You can only view the RAW/DNG from a PC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blacklac View Post
    With Nokia Camera, you can see the 16MP shots. You can only view the RAW/DNG from a PC.
    So when taking pictures with the 4:3 at 5mp + 19mp the gallery views the 19mp image? Then uses the 5mp image for facebook ect? Just confused as I opened photo info in camera 360 app on a picture I took with Nokia camera a it said it was a 5mp image
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    You have to open it from Photo Gallery and click "Open in Nokia Camera/Beta" to see the full resolution image.
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    yes his right
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muessig View Post
    I was doing some research when I found this: 5 Photography Apps for Windows Phone 8 it features a 'toolbag' kind of app that will give photgraphers that know what they're doing some really useful information. Stuff like calculators for depth of field, hyperfocal distance, light metres for help if you're using a proper DSLR.
    There's also apps for tracking the earth, sun and moon as well as tools for exposure and an ND converter.

    I thought someone out there might find this stuff useful!
    Awesome, thank you.
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    If you like developing your own B&W films, the simple app called Darkroom Stopwatch (unfortunately, due to having less than 10 posts, I can't post a link)might be useful (it has proven useful for me!). You enter the developing time and frequency of agitations and it provides a useful timer.
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    shameless plug...I wrote this exif reader ( i like it...any feedback would be great)
    EXIF Reader | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)
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    Quote Originally Posted by branedge View Post
    shameless plug...I wrote this exif reader ( i like it...any feedback would be great)
    Hey! IIt's ok. Keep on with it!
    If you plan to expand functionality to a toolbox to fill all the gaps our lumias has ... I have some suggestions:
    -I wish to have an histogram!
    -I wish to be able to make resized versions of an image
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    you mean have a histogram view or existing image? i like the resize idea also....no promise but i'll see what i can do!
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    I'm not a serious or professional photographer but I'm going to check them out as well. Thanks for the share!
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    Thanks for the share! Very interesting apps.

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