Slow Shutter Cam

Slow Shutter Cam

By Cogitap Software

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2010-02-23
  • Current Version: 4.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 5.72 MB
  • Developer: Cogitap Software
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 2,446 Ratings


Slow Shutter Cam brings new life into your device's photo toolbox by letting you capture a variety of amazing slow shutter speed effects that you only thought you could get with a DSLR. Continue reading to learn more about this unique app! ----------------------- • Featured numerous times by Apple: - App Store Essentials: Camera & Photography - Photography for Professionals - Total Control - Shot on iPhone 6 - Shoot Beautiful Photos - Extraordinary Photo Apps - Best New App • Nominated for the 2010 and 2011 "Best App Ever Award - Best Photo App" ----------------------- "It’s one of those rare photography apps that creates effects that few others are capable of, and it does it easily and with better results." — Marty Yawnick, Life In LoFi ----------------------- How many times have you tried to capture artful images with your iPhone camera but were left wishing you had more features to work with? Slow Shutter Cam puts an end to mere snapshots and gives you some of the most powerful features of a DSLR camera. All this, in a package that fits in your pocket. Slow Shutter Cam offers three capture modes to capture unique images: MOTION BLUR: Equivalent to the shutter priority mode on a DSLR, the Motion Blur mode is perfect for creating ghost images, waterfall effects or suggesting movement in your photographs by adding a blur. LIGHT TRAIL: The Light Trail mode allows you to 'paint' with light, show car light trails and fireworks or capture any other moving light in a unique way. Unlike shooting with a DSLR and being tied to specific rigid settings to obtain good results, the Light Trail mode takes care of the essentials, letting your creativity soar! LOW LIGHT: In low light conditions, this capture mode allows the camera to accumulate every photon of light hitting the sensor. The longer the shutter speed, the more light it will accumulate. You can even fine-tune the result using the exposure compensation slider to achieve the exact effect you want! Highlights: • Unlimited Shutter Speed and manual ISO • Option to resume capture • Real time live preview - See the result in real time • Innovative 'Freeze' and ‘Blur Strength’ controls • Tap to adjust focus/exposure • Time-lapse Intervalometer • Apple Watch support and handy Self-Timer • Full resolution support on every devices With Slow Shutter Cam on your iPhone or iPod touch you get the features of a DSLR camera with the convenience of a device that you can drop in your pocket and take with you wherever you go. Download it now and put an end to mere snapshots! Search #slowshuttercam on Instagram or visit the "Slow Shutter Cam - iPhone" group on flickr for amazing samples!



  • Great app

    By need406
    I really like this app it’s great how you can actually see the image be created on your iPad Pro screen as it’s taking the long exposure image. It also can be used with the Apple HISY Bluetooth device. The down side is it’s difficult to view the photos after you take it then save them and you have to clear the photo in order to view the next photo you take. The program could also use some kind of noise reduction filter as sometimes the photos become grainy especially if taken in the daytime. Summary: A really good app that takes great long exposure images that appear right before your eyes but needs a couple of tweaks to the software to make it a 5 Star app. Still, it is well WORTH the purchase price as is!!
  • Rising Star

    By Mahalograph
    I'm new to smartphone long exposure. It's much different using a phone than a DSLR. This app allows the photo enthusiast hands on experience without the challenge of carrying other equipment, i.e. lens, camera, large tripod, external light, etc. Stunning images, fun to play with at night for light painting. Give it a go!
  • One of a kind apps!!

    By Chris_H.CE
    This app is a one of a kind for one reason! They keep it up to date when a new iPhone comes out vs some apps. And they always look to see are feedback, and are just stunning at what their team can do with this app.
  • Amazing app

    By rouxgaroux
    I finally figured out how to use this app to the fullest and got some pictures of the stars that were so amazing (by smartphone standards) that I felt compelled to immediately go to the App Store and give a 5 star review.
  • Waste of Money

    By Leslie🖤
    I bought this app in hopes of it working and being a tool that I could use for a long time. I usually don’t spend money on apps, but based on the reviews, I thought, “why not.” This is a terrible app. It does not work, no natter how still you hold the camera (or use a tripod). Every photo turns out to be a bug blur. Nothing like the photos provided that show excellent quality. False advertising. If I had known how crappy it was going to turn out, I wouldn’t have bought it. Don’t waste your money. Can I get my money back please?
  • Must have app.

    By Buburuzele
    One of the best.
  • Not what I thought

    By TandaS
    I just purchased this and now see that I can’t use it on my existing photos. That’s not what I wanted.
  • Not for night lights

    By dolph1ns
    I was looking for an app that was capable of taking night light or moon photos. It didn’t work out. It’s most likely hardware issues, iPhones still not capable to compete with DSLR grade. Developer post a photo of a crisp moon so people can see its capabilities.
  • Works wonders!!

    By Malathar
    Love this app! Worth every penny! I love the long exposure bulb!
  • None Better!

    By CaptChron
    I love photography and one of my favorite styles of photography is long exposure and this app is the best one I've ever came across hands down. But you see the long exposure is only a part of what this app can do. It has just the right settings to let you configure the camera just perfectly. It also is the best app I've ever seen for letting the camera see in the night as of it were daytime.