Photography Assistant

Photography Assistant

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Photography Assistant provides exposure setting calculation and depth of field/hyperfocal distance calculation.
It was designed mostly to use with film cameras, although the dof/hyperfocal function can be useful for digital cameras too.
It also tries to take advantage of the ambient light sensor on the phone.
The exposure setting calculation supports three modes: aperture priority, shutter priority and manual mode.

Tags: photography assistant, light meter, vesion 101a, photography light meter, photography, photo assist, exposure assistant, photography assisant, aperture priority, photo assistant, photographic light meter.

Recently changed in this version

New Feature:
The ability to select light value using categorized light scenarios.
Improved message when ambient light sensor is not ready

Bug fix:
Incorrect relationship between ISO and Light value in manual mode


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  • (56 stars)

    by Oh Henry on 10/09/2013

    Just looking through looks nice. Can't wait to check it out more thoroughly. Wish list right off: MF 6x9. and 6x12 - Thanx

  • (56 stars)

    by A Google User on 05/09/2012

    Changing the value of the aperture changes the shutter speed, but in the wrong direction. Cannot rely on values given by the app.

  • (56 stars)

    by Stratman on 11/10/2011

    I use both dSLRs and compacts. Pity this app doesn't cater for P&S cameras like the Canon G12, S95, Lumix LX3, LX5, etc. Otherwise this app is OK.

  • (56 stars)

    by TRB143 on 04/10/2011

    Unable to use on Galaxy ACE
    The screen did not scroll so unable to see the bottom fields and buttons

  • (56 stars)

    by Icepick on 27/07/2011

    Looks like it might be very useful, if I could read the text. Dark grey on light grey doesn't work on Droid X

  • (56 stars)

    by Steve on 20/05/2011

    neat app but dark grey text on light grey is bad
    This is a neat application and works great with my Motorola Atrix BUT the settings for ISO, Aperture, etc... are a dark grey on a light grey background and I can barely read what the settings are. I find it

  • (56 stars)

    by lance on 15/05/2011

    No ambient light sensor detected in my Xperia Arc; used to work in my Motorola Milestone.