Well, using it properly for the first time Today, to me it looks like it's taking a far more clearer/sharper picture on the Lumia 820.....so definitely worth the money, in my opinion. Here's a pic of my car that I took this afternoon - the trees in the background seem quite detailed, but would be interested in your opinions for losing the bit where the front arch seems to blend brightly with the bonnet/hood, if you know what I mean :
I think, those people who wrote the 920 "is a heavy" phone wouldn't think that something like this is even possible ;-)
Hope to see some shots from you soon using this little helper, very excited on this
Is manuale white balance not supposed to work with lumia 920? Cause with the trial version i tried to change it with no effects on the picture...
Hi, I bought the proshot app as a result of this thread. You really do a great job. I like it pretty much! But I have a problem with self-timer. It seems doesn't work on my lumia 920. I tried to set the mode as self-timer, and held on the screen until the sign showed up. Then I released, but no any reaction. Is this a bug? Or just the case. Please help me, thank you! ( English is not my main language , tell me if you don't realize what I wrote.)
It's a two step process.....after the sign shows up you then must press the camera button on the side of the phone. Then you'll see the countdown timer appear.
A little trick I like to use when taking portraits at night: always carry around a napkin in your back pocket and cover the flash when taking the shot. The thickness of the napkin and the distance held from the flash controls how much light gets diffused. It may look a bit wonky, but it gets the job done in a pinch haha.
That being said, I'm surprised by how well exposed your pic is for using flash so close to the subject!