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    Just added it ... looks good first impression! nice one

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    iOS Warmlight App

    It was free last weekend so I downloaded it just to play around. Itís actually pretty good - allowing you to set ISO, shutter, exposure, focus etc.

    Hereís a few quick snaps straight from the iPhone 6.





    Anyone else using it ?

    z
    Last edited by zelig; 27th February 2018 at 20:26.

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    Just downloading it following your recommendation, thank you.

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    Very easy to use, and instantly a pleasing result.
    This could easily become my go to photo app.


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    I've been playing around with the ProCamera and 645 PRO apps to hopefully get more out of the 7plus I got several months ago. They both have some good features, the 645 controls are very camera like and it has a load of filters and film presets that look interesting, however it's not really for fast point and shoot. I'll install the Warmlight and take a look at it.

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    Looks interesting, I had a mock Leica app on the phone which allowed you to control the camera, seems to have disappeared now though! I might well give this one a whirl. Cheers, John B4

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    iOS Warmlight App

    Quote Originally Posted by andrewcregan View Post
    Very easy to use, and instantly a pleasing result.
    This could easily become my go to photo app.
    Agreed. Glad someone else finds it useful.
    Iím impressed so far & used it for this snap for todayís Friday thread.



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    That photo is fabulous ^^^^

    The app is simple and surprisingly powerful. It allows me to do numerous things within a single app too.
    Being free was a bonus.

    Again, thanks for sharing.

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    I can see it in the Play store for Android too, I'll have a look, thanks :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nytol View Post
    I can see it in the Play store for Android too, I'll have a look, thanks :-)
    Well spotted, now on my Pixel 2

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    Missed it - no longer free. Any others worth trying out?

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    Iím a great fan of Perfectly Clear- especially as a quick one-touch enhancement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CriticalMass View Post
    Iím a great fan of Perfectly Clear- especially as a quick one-touch enhancement.
    Seems to be £2.79 on Android and £2.99 on iOS.

    Here is another Warmlight effort.
    Just took the photo through the app, and then cropped it. No editing at all.


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    Same image as above, with a single Warmlight filter applied


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    ^^^ excellent result ^^^

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    Iíve been using PureShot for photos and Enlight for editing.


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    ^^^^ That sure is a fantastic photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    Agreed. Glad someone else finds it useful.
    Iím impressed so far & used it for this snap for todayís Friday thread.



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    Nice not seen one of these



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    Tried a new subject today



    Then a filter applied



    Then this filter made it look like a very different watch altogether!


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