If you're not sure then try PhotoValue Lite before you buy. See our reviews below.
Have photography information and assistance with you at all times, on your iPhone.
See some of our reviews below.....
"...pretty impressed with the app's ability to give me accurate values for night shooting. There are a myriad of top photographer tricks in this app....."
"saves carrying bits of reference cards or the camera manual. The informational areas are well written with just the right level of detail to help you take the shot that you wanted."
"Very useful, really helpful, well written and easy to use, good explanations and not expensive for all the information in it."
"Very handy (and cheap) for amatuers who are learning on the go and don't want to haul a book around."
If you want to try this app before you buy, then check out our Lite version first. It's FREE and has most of the features as the paid-for version - try it - PhotoValuesLT.
If you are new to digital photography or want to know more about how to use your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera or compact digital camera or how to explore more adventurous photo taking techniques then PhotoValues is for you.
PhotoValues does not need access to the Internet in order to work. All information is contained within the app.
Use the simple interface to find useful information from the glossary feature about photographic terms. Definitions in the glossary are not just one-liners like some photo apps, they are full multi-page explanations of photographic terms, written specifically by the author for this app, with working examples of how to use a particular feature that will quickly teach you the basics of photography and exposure.
The glossary is alphabetically organised and has a index so you can easily and quickly find the term you want. The glossary is being updated on a regular basis so expect new versions of the app every few weeks.
If that’s not enough, then use the special How To section to discover valuable guidance on how to take shots in a variety of situations. HowTos are full multi-page explanations of how to take shots of various scenes.
Also, there’s two exposure tools that will calculate exposures settings for you for Night photography and for Freeze frame to capture sports action.
Any ideas you have for inclusion in the app, let us know and we'll do our best to add it in for you.
As well as a camera nomenclature feature, showing front, back and top views of the most popular DSLR cameras, with a feature description, there's also included a short summary of most of the automatic modes on your compact digital or DSLR camera, so you’ll know which modes to use in specific situations. There’s an ISO to DIN and DIN to ISO convertor and coming in the next release will be an several new features for exposure calculations, bracketing and depth-of-field.
It’s all designed with high-visibility and a black background so you can easily see the information at night, especially useful when taking night shots and you need easily readable help and guidance.