Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Google’s experimental Android app dramatically improves nighttime photography

Most modern smartphones are capable of truly stunning photos. One of the ways in which they falter, however, is in low-light situations. Even cheap DSLR’s or mirrorless cameras are miles ahead of the best camera phones when it comes to shooting in dim settings, at least for now. Google researcher Florian Kainz developed an Android app that could narrow the gap. After being challenged by his team, he created an experimental app that helps Android users take clear photos even in less-than-ideal conditions. The app gives users manual control over focus, exposure, and ISO, all of which assist photographers in allowing more light…

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