There’s are hundreds of reviews about PureShot but I know the readers out there want to know what I really think and my opinions. Most of you know my thoughts on Camera+, that the Clarity editing tool doesn’t make a camera app awesome. I primarily use ProCamera 7 for shooting straight photo without edit but this might change. There are some things I really like about PureShot and the results of the photos I’ve taken with my iPhone. It does have a pureness simplistic quality to the app and your capture.
I was really impressed on the layout design and functionality of this camera app. It’s runs really smooth and the buttons makes sense of how a digital camera should operate. The design feels like you’re using a real digital camera.
The functions of the buttons are standard to digital cameras on the market. You can also hide the camera function bar too.
When you tap on the “i” button, you can get the instructions on how to operate PureShot. I know for some people this might be an advance camera app but after you understand how the app operates. You’ll be a mobile PRO with this app.
What else I like about the app is the developer has gone out of it’s way to make external hardware work with the app. You can see the settings menu for the external hardware devices you can use with PureShot. This way you have peace of mind that you can use other devices with PureShot. You can even use 3rd party cable release and Bluetooth shutter remotes with PureShot, Pro 645, 6×6 and 6×7.
Just to let you all know, make sure you ENABLED the Hardware shutter releases to get your 3rd party cable releases and Bluetooth shutter remotes to work with PureShot. If you don’t do this then these devices will not work at all, this is very important that you do this.
Olloclip 7x Macro Set
Olloclip 14x Macro Set
Olloclip 21x Macro Set
All of those macro photos was taken with PureShot on my iPhone 4S. The reason why I’ll switch to PureShot over ProCamera 7 is the fact PureShot has better AE (auto-exposure). I can get better exposed photos with this app, rather than using my finger to find the exposure on the screen. I get better details with my photos and they don’t look flushed out or under exposed. No more over exposing or under exposing my photo again. This is really important to me as a mobile photographer in getting the best photo quality without using filter or apps to fix my photos. Overall PureShot is worth it’s weight in gold, I highly recommend this app to all mobile photographers. PureShot is universal to the iPad and is $1.99 in the App Store.You can check out prices and other app made from Jaggr below.
I want to thank Michael Hardaker for letting me review PureShot. If you have any questions please leave a comment or email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a great weekend and see you soon !!!