Smartphone astrophoto photography app: An app for iPhone 5S users
Apple is releasing its iPhone 5 camera app on Monday, and it’s pretty much all about astrophotographic photography.
The app will allow users to capture photos of the stars, planets, and moon, but it’s also capable of taking photos of your own backyard or anywhere in the world.
Users can choose from several different photo filters that allow for different color profiles, sharpness, and exposure.
The iPhone 5s camera app is available for free on the App Store and on Google Play.
Apple is also adding an “Astronomy app” to the app, which includes a variety of other astronomy apps, including a new astronomy app for the iPhone 5.
The new app is called AstroLite, and Apple says it’s a “new way to enjoy the beauty of the night sky.”
Apple is offering an initial “free trial” to users of the iPhone app.
Users are limited to 10 photos per day, but can upgrade to a “premium” tier at a $1.99 per photo per day fee.
There’s also a $3.99 “premier” tier for users who opt for the $2.99 fee per photo.
It looks like there’s a free option for those who prefer to shoot a few more shots.
This app is basically the equivalent of Google Maps on steroids.
You’re not limited to just one view of the sky, you can zoom in, zoom out, and change exposure.
It’s just a lot of fun.
The iPhone 5 app is free for users of iOS 7.3 or higher, but if you want to get the best possible experience for astrophotographers, you’ll need to upgrade to the premium tier.