Do you love taking pictures, either of yourself, landscapes, or anything that is captivating? Well, there are these top three apps that you must have most especially if you have just started photography. Unlike before that you need to master different and many equations which are undeniably complicated, nowadays, you can take pictures like a pro by just simply downloading these apps for your iPhone, say thank you to Steve Jobs for he introduced iPhone last 2007.
1. TPE or The Photographer’s Ephemeris
This app allows you to plan photography outside with natural light most especially on landscape as well as urban scenes. Through the use of its map centric moon and sun calculator, you can now calculate or can visualize how much light is needed to make that shot perfect. This is an amazing app that even professional photographers use. There are lots of features included that you can explore and try. The features are easy to use and not complicated. Thus, by a day or two you can use all of the, perfectly. There is this celestial event of the year that is included, means that you will be able to know the solstices, moon phases, as well as equinoxes. Also, no need for you to have an internet connection just to be able to use this app.
It is an app that informs you weather forecasts. For a photographer knowing a weather condition is a must because it would truly affect the photos’ quality. But of course, there are apps that can help you polish your photos even at bad weather conditions. Outdoor photography always consider weather, thus, my simply downloading such app there is no need to be worried about what will going to be happened the next day of the whole week. According to some reviews as well as forums, this particular app has more than 50% accuracy, thus, you can rely on this.
3. Pocket Light Meter
The light meter lenses are not that popular nowadays. But for iPhones, this pocket light meter is something that any photographer should grab. Buying lenses are pretty much expensive; thus, consider downloading this app and you spare yourself from expense.
There are many apps for photographers, either for amateur ones or professional. However, the most important thing is that, in any apps that you are planning to consider you need to think if that app is worthwhile. Choose an app that is user-friendly and won’t allow you to spend much just for it. Maybe you can try an app that has free version so that you weigh if it’s worth the price or not. Don’t just click and pay. Read reviews so that you can get an idea of what that product is all about. Also, as much as possible use all the resources in which you can gain access of amazing apps, especially if photography is your planned-business. Hunt for apps that are worth investing!