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I will vote for you without even trying your app.Actually, there is a competition going on right now! https://dev.windowsphone.com/en-us/featured/next-app-star
I really hope to make it! Finalists are partially determined by reviews, so if anyone has yet to review ProShot, please do it!
I quickly reviewed it and the UI didn't help much , once I got it up and running , I really got its potential , The thing I wonder , are they using Nokia's low light algorithms or their own . (Since nokia opened its APIs lately.)
Hey there, just one complaint , why not have an option for a bigger UI (my fingers are way too big for your small menus , and since you can set the opacity of the menu I don't see whats wrong of adding that option.
For all of you who asks how to use manual settings and asking about writing a manual, here comes some info about how "real" camera works.
CameraSim simulates a digital SLR camera - SLR Photography Demystified
try to play with one setting a time, like ISO, then after that with shutter speed, then after that with lighting, move it from dark indoors to sunny outside... learn, then test with ProShot... there are other camera simulators on web, you should "Bing" for it
And regarding "Good" photography, I asked a friend of mine, professional photographer: "How to take a good photo" here is his answer: "First you have to learn what is a good photo, go on web and browse photos, (http://500px.com/flow) then when you see something you like (example: architecture, entrance to a building ), save it on your PC, then continue browsing for similar photos and saving on your PC, then when you have many similar photos try to recreate same thing, while doing that you will learn a lot of light, camera placement, cropping, camera settings and so on....
Hope this helps for us who wonder
Thanks for the replies , Since Nokia said to have opened its SKDs to developers wouldn't it make much sense for your app to look and feel like the Smartshoot lens (Perhaps in Proshot 3.0 )
I think the right menu is a little small yes specially for people with large fingers (I can't think how bad would this feel in an even smaller screen.
It took me like 15 seconds to get the settings I wanted to take a picture (by that time the moment was gone.) . Please consider enlarging them (even in far away versions its not a must have feature.)
I bet this would not be possible without ProShot supercharged Lumia 920:
(ProShot, shutter 4 sec, +2 ev, gorillapod)
This stuff is nasty, wouldn't have a chance to see it in singapore.
Anyway that makes the lumia 920 shine. For the new HTC One, upcoming Galaxy s4, current Xperia z and the upcoming new fruit phone, try harder.
That's true. You probably will never see these in Singapore, but it's also very rare here at southern Finland. But anyway you too have many great things to see there at Singapore. For example Kimi winning Singapore GP!