Quickshot for iOS will help you shoot better photos
The in-app camera has a handful different shooting modes, and they all specialize a little differently. There's HDR+, which automatically calibrates the exposure before you shoot (much like Apple's built-in HDR mode). The company says this mode is ideal for more difficult lighting.
There's also "Strobe," which acts like a long-exposure setting and is meant to convey motion in action shots. Shoot a photo on strobe and the app stitches together a finished product that has the ghosting effect of a fast-moving object. It's a little tricky to get right, but the app handily includes some editing tools for getting rid of unwanted parts of the image.
But the most useful tool is the one from which the app takes its name: The Quickshot setting automatically detects how you're holding the camera and will crop, reframe, and even edit the photos as you take them. This is especially useful if you're prone to taking crooked photos that you have to correct later on in the editing process.
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The app will help you shoot better photos.