I'm trying to create some HDR images by taking photos with multiple exposures. I have the "Kenu Stance" tripod for my Samsung Galaxy S9+, but ultimately, it's hard to keep the camera 100% steady in between shots as I have to tap the screen to change exposures and, well, it's a large phone so it will still pivot a bit when touched as the tripod is fixed on a small part of the phone (the USB-C jack).

Does anyone know of a way to program the phone/camera app to take three photos in a row, with different settings (like ISO and Shutter speed)? Or perhaps, if there already is a camera app out there that allows this? This way I could just connect my headset to the phone, click the shutter button once and be certain the phone is 100% steady during all the photos.

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    Izzy is a moderator here. Please see his list of curated camera apps that may help. – beeshyams Dec 15 '18 at 16:30
  • Several there that do exactly what you describe. – Izzy Dec 15 '18 at 20:29
  • Thanks! Any suggestions? No offense but i get a headache from looking at that page. – Streching my competence Dec 15 '18 at 23:04

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