Camera+, one of the best shooting apps on iTunes, has received a major update that includes a Front Flash feature, horizon level adjusting tools, live exposure, accurate iPhone 5 framing, and more.
Claiming to have made the impossible possible, developer tap tap tap has added a flash function for photos taken with the iPhone’s front-facing camera.
“That’s right… you can now take pics of yourself in total darkness! We predict that the number of duckface photos taken around the world will increase by an order of magnitude as a result. We apologize in advance,” says the developer.
Tap tap tap doesn’t say whether it has managed to bend the laws of physics causing the LED Flash to disperse light around your iDevice. However, we’re betting on a white-screen flash (full-brightness on).
People who can never take a straight photo should be glad to hear that Camera+ includes a new leveling feature so “you’ll never have to feel the frustration of taking a crooked shot again.”
Live exposure allows you to get all the details of your shot before you actually press the shutter button.
“You can now see how exposure parameters like ISO and shutter speed change in real-time as you setup your shot. You always strive to take the best photos and Live Exposure in the new Camera+ helps you achieve them,” according to tap tap tap.
And on the iPhone 5, Live Exposure leads to 100% accurate shot framing.
“As great as Camera+ shooting is, there’s always room for improvement. We really wanted to provide the best shooting experience, bar none, with this update and we believe we’ve done that,” says tap tap tap.
“Anything that didn’t feel 100% perfect was given a good overhaul. The end result is well over a dozen improvements that add-up to the best shooting experience on any camera,” the company concludes/