Shoot and edit HDR images
£1.99 Developer East Coast Pixels, fusionhdr.com
Works with iPhone, iPod touch, iPad Version 1.0
The iPhone’s Camera app is capable of shooting high dynamic range (HDR) images, but Fusion promises more control over your images.
For example, while the Camera app allows you to select HDR then shoots three exposures and combines them, Fusion allows you to specify the intervals between exposures (albeit with two options besides auto).
A histogram lets you analyse a scene before you shoot and Steady Shot delays the shot until the camera is still. Controls for autoexposure lock and focus lock are included, as well as a spot meter option, while all exposures are saved and can be exported.
Editing includes white balance, sharpness, colour, lighting and the ability to specify parts of the image to be taken from each bracketed exposure.
Fusion provides a level of control over HDR images that’s usually reserved for DSLR cameras.