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iOS App of the Week I’m not the best photographer in the world, so I’ve tended to eye the many photographic apps for iDevices with wary suspicion.

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Slow Shutter Cam is so easy to use

However, Slow Shutter Cam is both cheap and simple enough for my limited skills to cope with - and that simplicity is the reason I prefer it to the very similar app called just ‘Slow Shutter’.

The app provides three main options - Automatic, Manual and Light Trail - but it’s worth 59p for the Manual alone, which lets you set the shutter speed to compensate for low-light conditions. It produces quite a bit of noise as the darkness approaches pitch-black levels, but it’s very handy for shooting in the early evening or darker indoor scenes.

Light Trail mode also works best in low-light conditions, letting you can pick up objects such as the headlights of a car as it streaks across your field of vision.

Finally, Automatic mode can be used to create motion-blur effects. All three modes are very easy to use, as you merely need to select a shutter speed ranging from 0.5 to 30 seconds and then just point and shoot.

Slow Shutter Cam

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I wouldn’t have minded some more detailed instructions to help me get started, but more experienced photographers should pick it up in no time at all. I also found it easy to experiment with the app, as it gives you a preview of each shot before saving. This allows you to quickly discard any shots you don’t like and then just keep snapping away until you get a feel for the way that each effect works. ®

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Slow Shutter Cam

Slow Shutter Cam

Art optical effects machine for your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Price: £0.59 RRP

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