You probably have about six photos editing apps on your phone, all of which allow you to stick on some filters to make your photos more shareable. But what about an app that would help you take a better picture in the first place?
ProCam 5 builds on the iPhone’s own settings to bring you a catalogue of features not unlike those you would find on a DSLR. It allows you to take manual control of the camera and make micro adjustments to the exposure and focus.
Auto functions are excellent for the average user, but if you enjoy taking your pictures to the next level, you will want to make use of ProCam 5’s RAW shooting mode, for example. This lets you keep the RAW file format, which is uncompressed and keeps all the information recorded when you take the picture, giving you more scope for editing.
You don’t need to be an expert to use ProCam 5, though. With Exposure Bracketing, you can take several shots at one time, with different levels of exposure, meaning that even if you haven’t managed to get the balance right, one of your pictures should come out properly.
And, if you are not sure how to work the features, just tap on any function for the first time and the app will offer you a handy tip on how to make use of it.