Camera360 v1.5 released for WP8 with Double Exposure
Camera360 is always one of my favorite camera app in WP8. Let’s see what’s new in this release
- Double-Exposure (new feature).
- Thumbnails loading is faster.
- Photo saving failed bug is fixed.
- ‘Sweet’ filter bug in Portrait is fixed.
Except the first one rest all are bug fixes and performance improvements. Let’s look at the Double exposure in little more detail.
Till this moment I didn’t have much clue about what’s Double Exposure and how to do it. So I searched and come across this site that shows the photos created using Double exposure, It’s really amazing. I turned on Camera360 to see how Double exposure works, at first I didn’t know how to get it working. After playing with Camera360 for a minute or so, I got how to do it. it’s very simple
Push the Camera icon up (the icon sits in the center of the dial) . It will give two options Effects and Double Exposure.
Choose Double exposure and click the back button, a circle icon below the options. It will take you back to the shooting mode.
Point the camera to an object and shoot the first photo, next point the camera to a different object and take a shot.
Camera360 will merge these two shots and give you a single photograph. The real good feature is, while taking the second exposure, Camera360 will show a transparent preview of the first exposure. So that you easily know where to place the second object with respect to the first one.
Let me know how it worked for you. Also please share your double exposure photos, you can add the URL in the comment section. If you haven’t downloaded Camera360 go to Windows store and get it.