'Front HDR' Enables HDR Mode for the Front Camera
For those looking for additional ways to improve the functionality of the iPhone’s front-facing camera, look no further than Front HDR
by iOS developer PoomSmart.
As the tweak’s name suggests, the tweak enables HDR shooting mode for the front-facing camera on certain iOS devices. HDR can be used with the rear-facing camera on multiple different iOS device models, and it enabled right from the Camera application.
Currently, the tweak is compatible with the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, and iPod touch 5G – the tweak also requires iOS 6 on the device you want to install it on. It’s unknown at this point in time if the tweak will be getting support for the iPod touch 4G or multiple iPads with front-facing cameras.
HDR photography can be useful in situations where lighting is either too light or too dark – The feature snaps both an ultra bright and ultra dark photograph and combines them into one photograph so the user gets the best of both worlds in terms of photograph lighting.
Front HDR is available for free in Cydia’s BigBoss repository and has not options to configure. If you’re interested, go and grab it!
iOS 6, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, or iPod touch 5G