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Photo Studio Buddy Lite

Photo Studio Buddy Lite


Studio Buddy is a photographer's Lighting Diagram creator.
Lite version which limits #strobes/modifiers (look up Zach Arias if you really think it's not enough or buy the Full version).

After adding a diagram, you can add devices by using the menu or long-pressing anywhere on the screen except an object.
You can bring up a context menu on an object by long-pressing it.
After you select an object, you can drag/move/resize it by dragging the control points up/down.
Fling (quickly swipe) the screen left to right to get to the other screens.

Known issues:
- pixelated graphics on high-res devices (especially when you resize...the graphics are not vector, they're bitmaps)
- not optimized on tablets yet (doesn't use fragments and graphics aren't high-res enough...will be in 2.0 if enough people buy the Full version)

Permissions Explanation:
- External Storage: for writing image to share
- Internet: sharing via Facebook, Twitter, etc.
- Gallery: for attaching BTS images to diagrams

Keywords: photography, strobe, flash, lighting, model, studio, diagram

Recent changes:
- added "Wide Window" object
- changed colors of rotate/resize buttons to highlight the mode it's in; when the color changes to red, you can slide your finger up/down on any part of the screen to resize...this was to keep it from losing your finger while resizing the object using only the resize square. Hope this makes it more obvious...
- enlarged the rotate/resize icons to make them easier to select
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Free
76
3.8
User ratings
95
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1085 kb
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About Photo Studio Buddy Lite
Studio Buddy is a photographer's Lighting Diagram creator.
Lite version which limits #strobes/modifiers (look up Zach Arias if you really think it's not enough or buy the Full version).

After adding a diagram, you can add devices by using the menu or long-pressing anywhere on the screen except an object.
You can bring up a context menu on an object by long-pressing it.
After you select an object, you can drag/move/resize it by dragging the control points up/down.
Fling (quickly swipe) the screen left to right to get to the other screens.

Known issues:
- pixelated graphics on high-res devices (especially when you resize...the graphics are not vector, they're bitmaps)
- not optimized on tablets yet (doesn't use fragments and graphics aren't high-res enough...will be in 2.0 if enough people buy the Full version)

Permissions Explanation:
- External Storage: for writing image to share
- Internet: sharing via Facebook, Twitter, etc.
- Gallery: for attaching BTS images to diagrams

Keywords: photography, strobe, flash, lighting, model, studio, diagram

Recent changes:
- added "Wide Window" object
- changed colors of rotate/resize buttons to highlight the mode it's in; when the color changes to red, you can slide your finger up/down on any part of the screen to resize...this was to keep it from losing your finger while resizing the object using only the resize square. Hope this makes it more obvious...
- enlarged the rotate/resize icons to make them easier to select

User reviews of Photo Studio Buddy Lite
I like the app but there should be a compatable computer program as well. Once that I can sync with my home computer and transfer information to and from. I like the idea of the program but it would be great if I could send the data files to my home computer and make more adjustments there and set other things up for other types of shoots.
Sep 27, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 4, 2014
Cool
A Google User
Jan 28, 2014
Nokkatte Kollaam
A Google User
Nov 7, 2013
Unlikely to be used during a studio shoot
A Google User
Apr 6, 2013
Needs Improvement There are a couple of frustrating shortcomings in this app. Otherwise, this is a very nice app for recording settings at a shoot. 1) Sizing and Rotating icons are too sensitive. A +/- button to scale and a rotation button would be so much better. 2) I wish there were more than 1 icon for windows; one for wide and another for narrow windows to better illustrate the and type of the windows at a set up.
A Google User
Apr 6, 2013
Needs Improvement There are a couple of frustrating shortcomings in this app. Otherwise, this is a very nice app for recording settings at a shoot. 1) Sizing and Rotating icons are too sensitive. A +/- button to scale and a rotation button would be so much better. 2) I wish there were more than 1 icon for windows; one for wide and another for narrow windows to better illustrate the and type of the windows at a set up.