100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Straightforward and useful language.
- No trial or demo version
An interactive guide to advanced photography.
Right click isn't a photography app, at least not in the way you would expect. Right click is a useful guide to understand how manual photography works. This means, how the "shutter" and the "diaphragm" work to start with, to land later on more complex topics as what HDR photography is. A lot of explanations are illustrated by an interactive pic, in which you can alter the settings to alter the result as if you were going to take a pic with a DSLR camera. For example, a background of a pic on a vase becomes blurrier when we restrict how much light the camera gets.
There's also a comprehensive glossary of terms, each one explained in a straightforward and useful way. There we can learn what every mode does and when must be used. This way, combining some light reading with interactive examples we'll be able to unravel the secrets of white balance, ISO and so on.
In short, right click is a mobile version of a neophyte's handbook to advanced photography. For example, if you are going to give or are given a brand new Nikon, Canon or whatever to someone who hasn't clear enough what's beyond the auto mode, this app is the perfect complement to that gift, or if you wanted to refresh your memories about this topic as well.
'Right Click' helps you visually understand & experience the various aspects of photography and how they effect your photograph on your smart phone. 'View Mode' option in the app, you can see the various effects Shutter speed, Aperture and ISO have over the image.
View Mode : To experience and visually understand factors that effect the photographs, be it the ambient environment or the confusing functions on your camera screen.
Read Mode : For textual understanding of the factors effecting the photograph.
Photography Styles : For understanding the factors that makes different genres of photography appealing.
Android 2.2 and above.
We would love to get your reviews for the app and any improvements that you might want to suggest. Our aim is to provide that basic information for novice users to understand manual settings in a camera.
Would really appreciate any feedback/changes/updates that you want to see in the next version.
We are listening!
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Peter Warrior.
Waste of dis app
Goid work done