A must have tool for every photographer! PhotoScout lets you easily pre scout locations you are planning to shoot - leverage the millions of images already uploaded by photographers to determine the best locations. Need some inspiration for shooting this weekend? Use PhotoScout to pick out some spots close to where you live.
▪View pictures within certain miles of a given location. Currently supported photography databases are Flickr and Panoramio
▪Use your current GPS location or pick out a location from the map to use as the starting point of your search
▪Pictures can be viewed in a grid mode or slideshow mode. The grid mode displays 75x75 thumbnails and is optimized for low bandwidth connections when you don't wish to download the entire image.
▪Slideshow mode displays a full screen (portrait or landscape) slideshow of available images. The duration of the slideshow can be controlled from the settings page. You can seamlessly toggle between the slideshow mode and the grid mode
▪View the available EXIF information for each image. This can be especially useful for beginning photographers.
▪Filter results using multiple keywords. E.g. Outdoor photographers who prefer to shoot at sunrise/sunset can use the keywords "sunrise, sunset" to restrict the results to sunrise or sunset shots
▪Use the favorites tab to save the details of locations you like for consumption at a later time. The details of the location including GPS coordinates, EXIF information etc is stored on your iphone.
▪Email the saved location details to yourself as a HTML or a KML file
▪"One tap" feature to get directions to a saved location from your current location
▪Determine the Sunrise and Sunset times at your current location for any day of the year. No internet connection is required - so this will work even if you are in the woods without a carrier signal.
▪Photography tips for the beginner photographers. Hundreds of tips in the following categories - Waterfall, Start trail, Night, City, Beach, Wildlife, Flower, Sports, Food, Astro and Winter photography.