HDR (High Dynamic Range) involves different snapshots of the same subject (scene) with different exposure levels and then these photos are layered by the software and best visual features from all these photos are combined to create a single photo that has the most detail (extracted from all the earlier captured images with different exposure levels) - all of this is done automatically by the software. HDR is one of the most touted features on the iPhone 4 by Apple. Although, you can force enable this features on iPhone 3GS as well as we covered in
But all of this is for the HDR for the images. So, how about some HDR tricks for the video! This is something that is achieved by a new application Flare available in App Store that allows to shoot HDR videos with real-time processed output on the screen. End result looks quite impressive. Users can also share these video directly from the application on web services such as Facebook, Twitter. One of the unique things about the application is that it allows to focus independently of exposure. Also allows pinch to zoom functionality.
Here are all the features of the Flare as described by the developer:
✭ effects are live as you film
✭ focus independently of exposure* – tap then drag
✭ pinch to ZOOOOOM
✭ easily lock WB, exposure and focus with a double tap
✭ share full quality videos to facebook, twitter, youtube, tumblr, flickr & more
Flare is available for $1.99 from the Apple App store for all iDevices.
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