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Works Good, useful for Amateur Radio/Maritime Operators who use "Gray Line" Propagation and must know rise/set times precisely. Would like to see "Blue Hour" time added for Photographers, and a "Geomap" showing Earth, terminator, Sun and Moon positions from that perspective, and also function as a widget. An "Alarm Clock" feature would also be helpful. This would also may be of benefit to some Religious Traditions who observe Sundown, and would create this application the hands down choice.
Doesn't plot the sun path accurately enough for solar panel placement. Beautiful amazing error between where it says the sun is today compared to where it actually is. My phone's (Motorola z2 force) compass works better in portrait than landscape but either method is not accurate enough to determine where shadows will be. It would probably be ok for a photographer or someone wanting a general idea of sun position. For an application I for, I'm disappointed.
This application is crap. I have to use this application for my work and every single time I test and use it it crashes and if it does work long enough for me to take pictures it will not allow me post them. The application is worthless it's a large waste of time I war with it every night for work and it never works. It causes me to obtain in problem with my work because I can't prove that I'm doing my job when this stupid application doesn't work.
Perfect app for sunrise, clouds and sunset photographer - the best of all applications I have tried in this realm here in Android device - a pitty only that you have ceased to continue development In case you nevertheless plan to continue here my needs / suggestions : - Present list of markers with "Goto Marker" option - In the edit marker box present coordinates of the marker with copy/paste option - Create option to re-open on a certain defined position, on a marker or on latest position before close - Landscape view does not work - Create a ver in to tighten contact between users and developer and give us possibility to express our appriciation Features I like most : Date/Time slider - very helpful to search position of shooting sunrise/sunset with desired foreground/background
Clearly a serious app. Shows you sun and moon positions, including rise and set angles, laid over a Google map. Of use to Astronomers, Photographers, and certain outdoor people. Supplies necessary data. Note: when using any compass app, beware of magnets in your tablet cover.
I love this application but search the time and date sliders frustrating to use and often end up dragging the map instead is it possible to isolate them? With the time and date setting display begin to accurately pick a time and date, it covers 1/3 of the map, it would be better if the zone locked to the centre of the useable screen. Overall it works very well for me though, thanks to dev.
I use Position Pieces with all of my lower-intermediate students, and I've spoken with other teachers who do the same. The positions are introduced in a careful way, the pieces are short and clever, and they're all duets, which gives the student an opportunity to create melody with the teacher.Unlike the Suzuki cello books, Mooney doesn't tell the student when to shift. He simply provides a finger number at the point of each shift and leaves it to the student to learn how to deduce the meaning of the number. The first time a note is used outside of first position, the finger number is always given. Use of positions on the lower strings is the first 3/4 of the book, each piece alternates between first position and the position being studied, but the final half-dozen pieces are more adventurous. Easy pencil exercises try the student's academic understanding of the material. Mooney's other books are good, but this one is essential.
Being a "mature" cello student, I required studies that would support me to visualize where I am on the cello. Though the pieces in this book are not particularly challenging, they are exactly what I need to familiarize myself with the various positions. The pieces switch back and forth from "home" (first) position to the one you are practicing, giving a valuable study in shifting to the fresh position. The written exercises at the beginning of each change in position are a support to establish finger spacing before starting out. I have been happy with all the books by Rick Mooney that I have purchased (Thumb Position 1 & 2, Double Stops 1 and Position Pieces for Cello 1). Amazing study for any beginning student learning the various positions on the cello.
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Does exactly what it ought to do. Tells me where the sun, moon, will be for photos. A couple trivial suggestions. My smartphone can't decide sometimes if I'm sweeping to the next selector or scrolling. Also, is there method to list the saved areas and jump to one?
Very amazing app. Does what it says it can and very nicely. My only complaint is that of a man in his 70's wearing trifocals, can,t read some of the adjustable scales, like lens focal length. Otherwise this application has a lot more applications than just photography! Setup another Stonehenge is one project that comes to mind. Definitely 4.5 stars. Give scales I can read without a 10x loupe, and I'd gratefully give it 5 stars. Run on Galaxy S8.