Halide 1.7 Brings New Depth Photography and ARKit Features, Darkroom Integration – MacStories


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Version 1.7 solidifies Halide's role as the rising star of advanced camera apps. Halide employs thoughtful design and modern iOS features to unlock the power of iPhone photography without getting lost in a sea of dropdown menus and complex instructions. Even for someone like me, who barely understands terms such as ISO and exposure, Halide feels and works like something that can empower me to take better shots and ultimately preserve better-looking memories for the future. The app's latest update, in spite of a few issues with Portrait mode, is another important step toward making Halide a powerful alternative to the stock Camera app1, and I'm looking forward to what Sandofsky and de With will tackle next.
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march 2018 by euler
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march 2018 by stuntmanmike
We first reviewed Halide , the powerful third-party camera app by Ben Sandofsky and Sebastiaan de With, when it debuted in the summer of 2017 , providing a…
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march 2018 by skinnyj
We first reviewed Halide, the powerful third-party camera app by Ben Sandofsky and Sebastiaan de With, when it debuted in the summer of 2017, providing a powerful and elegant alternative to Apple's Camera app that fully embraced RAW photography and advanced controls in an intuitive interface. We later showcased Halide's iPhone X update as one of the most thoughtful approaches to adapting for the device's Super Retina Display; to this day, Halide is a shining example of how the iPhone X's novel form factor can aid, instead of hindering, complex app UIs.
While Halide was already regarded as an appealing alternative to Apple's stock app for professional photographers and RAW-curious iPhone users (something that designer de With covered in depth in his excellent guide), it was lacking a handful of key features of the modern iPhone photography experience. Sandofsky and de With want to eliminate some of these important gaps with today's 1.7 update, which focuses on bringing the power of Portrait mode to Halide, supporting the iPhone X's TrueDepth camera system, and extending the app's integrations via a special ARKit mode, new export options, and native integration with the popular Darkroom photo editing tool.
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march 2018 by rgl7194
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march 2018 by steinmanal
I absolutely love 's deep dive into our new Halide update. A thorough look at what's new:
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march 2018 by johnvoorhees
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march 2018 by rickc57
We first reviewed Halide , the powerful third-party camera app by Ben Sandofsky and Sebastiaan de With, when it debuted in the summer of 2017 , providing a…
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march 2018 by divigation
We first reviewed Halide , the powerful third-party camera app by Ben Sandofsky and Sebastiaan de With, when it debuted in the summer of 2017 , providing a…
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march 2018 by dannystewart
We first reviewed Halide , the powerful third-party camera app by Ben Sandofsky and Sebastiaan de With, when it debuted in the summer of 2017 , providing a…
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march 2018 by hybridsolidr
We first reviewed Halide , the powerful third-party camera app by Ben Sandofsky and Sebastiaan de With, when it debuted in the summer of 2017 , providing a…
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march 2018 by yorlt