Produced in collaboration with Simon Watkinson and www.swinfocus.co.uk photography training company. Although something of a departure for us, we’re really pleased to have had the opportunity of doing something a little different. The first in a series of iOS apps designed to help you improve your photography; inFocus (Essentials) will explain how to set up your camera like a pro. Written by Simon Watkinson ABIPP, a top professional photographer and expert photographic tutor with over twenty-five years experience in a professional capacity. Simon travels the globe to undertake photographic commissions and photography tours. Likewise, his clients have travelled from all over the world to be tutored by him at his studio in the Peak District, England. Simon is an award winning photographer and his work has appeared in publications worldwide.
inFocus (Essentials) contains clear and easy to understand stages on how to set up your DSLR camera. Not only does it cover what settings to choose, but it explains in great detail each of their functions. inFocus (Essentials) is an essential guide for anyone who owns a DSLR camera and wants a deeper understanding of their equipment.
The app covers all the basics, from file types, to lenses, how the camera judges exposure, how to make exposure compensations and understanding your histograms. This app also explains the many different ways in which the camera can focus, and gives you a guide as to which shutter speeds to use at different focal lengths.
Amazing, full colour pictures and diagrams make the learning process easy to understand, and are good visual examples for each relevant section. Simon's philosophy is that you have to get to know and understand your camera inside out to get the best out of it. With this knowledge under your belt the whole picture taking process becomes more pleasurable. So, if you're looking to improve and understand subjects such as ISOs and white balance, apertures and exposure, this is your essential guide.
For iPhone and iPad. Just £1.99.
There’s a YouTube video preview here.