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Viewfinder

Scenes and filters

Double Exposure

Frames

Photo Diary

Editing

On the main screen of Camera360, there’s a simple viewfinder with a few onscreen controls.
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Viewfinder

Scenes and filters

Double Exposure

Frames

Photo Diary

Editing

At the bottom of the screen there’s a wheel around the camera button, called the compass, where you can find all of the camera filters and features. At last count, Camera360 has 22 filters to add lighting and focus effects to your pictures.
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Viewfinder

Scenes and filters

Double Exposure

Frames

Photo Diary

Editing

Double Exposure, added in September 2013, lets you overlay one photo on top of another, creating a cool effect. You snap one photo, then the viewfinder shows an overlay of that shot to help you take the next picture. The final result combines both pictures.
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Viewfinder

Scenes and filters

Double Exposure

Frames

Photo Diary

Editing

You can add filters and frames, like this Polaroid one, to your viewfinder before you snap a picture.
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Viewfinder

Scenes and filters

Double Exposure

Frames

Photo Diary

Editing

Camera360’s gallery, called Photo Diary, includes all the photos you've taken with your phone’s camera, not just the ones taken in the app. Every photo is laid out by date.
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Viewfinder

Scenes and filters

Double Exposure

Frames

Photo Diary

Editing

You can edit any photo in your Diary but tapping on it. Then, you can crop, rotate, and add filters and frames.
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