Discussion in 'Photography Forum' started by John Ostler, Oct 12, 2017.
Thanks for sharing! You have some real beauties there!
Here are some I took with my iphoneX using the app.
Sweet! Are those under Hydra's?
Any users using radion ab+???
No love for Android users???
Working on it! Shouldn't be too much longer.
I was just about to ask the same thing...
What is the setting for radion ab+???
any one can help me with this ?
Are you looking for the camera setting or a light setting?
Ah well, can't help as I'm in the Android camp and do not even have the app yet
Blind boys of Android I was going to do a app with some surprises that would be very useful for buyers trackers ect but don't know how to build a app or is get going lol .
Hey David! I'd love to help. Could you post a screenshot here from your device with the settings you have dialed in?
I'm super close. When I'm done with the Android you guys will be the first to know. You may also hear me screaming in relief from the amount of effort went into sorting through Androids black hole of fragmented documentation. UGH! iOS was 10x easier.
i just turn on the orange filter but still cannot get the nice effect i was looking for
Turn the filter on then go back and adjust the sliders under white balance. That's what I do. Here is a pic I just took
Any comments on these :
Just got the app here’s some pics I took any help you can offer will be appreciated. Trying to figure all the tuning out.
Okay, it looks like some things are starting to happen as your reds are popping thru. If you hit your home button and on/off button at the same time on your iphone it will take a screenshot of your whole screen so we can see your controls.
As @RedneckReefer68 mentioned, generally you should start with the 'gel filter' in auto mode. Auto just means you haven't adjusted the slider on that screen. It's basically looking at everything in the scene of your camera and tries to figure out what color gel would need to be placed over your lens (some shade of orange, typically).
I'd then recommend temperature filter next. It's on the screen with the eyeball and it's the second slider. You'll see a (k)elvin value next to it. One side is most yellow and one is most blue. From there, I typically go into the RGB screen and dial up the Red and pull down the blue just a tad.
You can always hit the (x) next to any slider to return it to the defaults in case you get too crazy with the sliders.
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