How to Cancel Photo Light & Exposure Meter

How to Cancel Photo Light & Exposure Meter

Written by on 2023-02-08

We have made it super easy to cancel Photo Light & Exposure Meter subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Pavel Bukhonov" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.

How Easy is it to Cancel Photo Light & Exposure Meter?


Complete Guide to Cancel and Delete Photo Light & Exposure Meter

A few things to note and do before cancelling:

  1. Check the Terms, Service policy or Privacy policy of Photo Light & Exposure Meter to know if they support self-serve subscription cancellation or account deletion:
  2. Subscribing to a plan and not cancelling it manually will result in the plan auto-renewing.
  3. Cancelling a subscription during a free trial may result in losing the trial account.
  4. You must always cancel a subscription at least 24 hours before the trial period ends.


How to Cancel Photo Light & Exposure Meter Subscription on iPhone or iPad:

  1. Open Settings » ~Your name~ » and click "Subscriptions".
  2. Click the Photo Light & Exposure Meter (subscription) you want to review.
  3. Click Cancel.

How to Cancel Photo Light & Exposure Meter Subscription on Android Device:

  1. Open your Google Play Store app.
  2. Click on Menu » "Subscriptions".
  3. Tap on Photo Light & Exposure Meter (subscription you wish to cancel)
  4. Click "Cancel Subscription".

How to Cancel Photo Light & Exposure Meter Subscription on a Mac computer:

  1. Goto your Mac AppStore, Click ~Your name~ (bottom sidebar).
  2. Click "View Information" and sign in if asked to.
  3. Scroll down on the next page shown to you until you see the "Subscriptions" tab then click on "Manage".
  4. Click "Edit" beside the Photo Light & Exposure Meter app and then click on "Cancel Subscription".

How to Cancel Photo Light & Exposure Meter Subscription on Paypal:

To cancel your Photo Light & Exposure Meter subscription on PayPal, do the following:

  1. Login to .
  2. Click "Settings" » "Payments".
  3. Next, click on "Manage Automatic Payments" in the Automatic Payments dashboard.
  4. You'll see a list of merchants you've subscribed to. Click on "Photo Light & Exposure Meter" or "Pavel Bukhonov" to cancel.

What to do if you Subscribed directly on Photo Light & Exposure Meter's Website:

  1. Reach out to Pavel Bukhonov - the company behind Photo Light & Exposure Meter directly: Get all Photo Light & Exposure Meter's contact details here

  2. If the company has an app they developed in the Appstore, you can try contacting Pavel Bukhonov (the app developer) for help through the details of the app.

How to delete Photo Light & Exposure Meter account:

  1. Reach out directly to Photo Light & Exposure Meter via Justuseapp. Get all Contact details →

  2. Send an email to [email protected] Click to email requesting that they delete your account.
  3. Check Photo Light & Exposure Meter's Privacy/TOS/Support channels below for their Data-deletion/request policy and contact them:

    *Pro-tip: Once you visit any of the links above, Use your browser "Find on page" to find "@". It immediately shows the neccessary emails.

Delete Photo Light & Exposure Meter from iPhone:

To delete Photo Light & Exposure Meter from your iPhone, Follow these steps:

  1. On your homescreen, Tap and hold Photo Light & Exposure Meter until it starts shaking.
  2. Once it starts to shake, you'll see an X Mark at the top of the app icon.
  3. Click on that X to delete the Photo Light & Exposure Meter app.

Delete Photo Light & Exposure Meter from Android:

  1. Open your GooglePlay app and goto the menu.
  2. Click "My Apps and Games" » then "Installed".
  3. Choose Photo Light & Exposure Meter, » then click "Uninstall".


A light meter that is always with you! It will help you understand how to take pictures correctly and allow you to experiment with the settings in real time. Nothing extra. Large and comfortable controls. And everything is in full view. Capabilities: - Selection of optimal shooting values ​​in real time - Ability to change and fix individual values ​​such as shutter speed, aperture, ISO, while the rest (not fixed) will also be selected in real time. - Ability to take a preliminary picture and play with its settings. Let's say to see how everything would be if the diaphragm changed. - Ability to save a snapshot with all parameters including geolocation. - Measurement of color temperature in real time - Plotting histograms in real time - An indispensable tool for the photographer. For all questions, write to [email protected] or write to us directly from the application! Privacy Policy - Terms Of Use -

Reviews & Common Issues: 5 Comments

By Cheletteo

Great app

Just got my first roll back after using the light meter and everything came out perfectly exposed. Couldn’t have done it without the assist from the app. Easy and quick to use. Perfect addition for my street photos.

By Daetwan

Don’t Pay For Pro

The light meter works well but when I paid for the pro version to remove ads they still appear. If that’s how the app is going to work then just continue to use the free version and save your money.

By Donaldd Cawer


What I found the best about this app was its exposure compensation feature! Very convenient! With this feature, it becomes very easy to arrange a quality shooting. Say good bye to your over or under exposed garbage! Only correct exposure! Only a masterpiece!

By zzman123

Easy to use

Easy to use, good layout and controls, clear readings. One suggestion - make the numbers larger with an option to customize the colors. Overall 5 stars.

By elisha.zep

Where do all my “saved” pictures go?

I’d rate this 5 stars if I was able to save my photos in a log that supports a gallery, with a history of all photos that I “save” - rather bath an resetting what I “save” every time I close the app. Am I missing something? I’m not sure what the point of a save or log function is if it’s just going to reset every time you close the app. I’d love to have a history of all the photos I save because I can reference them when I get my film back. It’d be nice to have that log feature keep all my saved photos, so that I don’t have to export to camera roll every single time I meter.

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