Being a group of people that works with and enjoys the iPhone camera 7 days a week, you can imagine that we are really excited every time a new generation is released. In this post we will collect our first tests and impressions over the course of the day.
When I left my front door, the sun was shining on a perfect Summer’s day. When I stepped out from the Neukölln U-Bahn station 20 minutes later to see an exhibit at Tempelhofer Feld, I noticed that dark, ominous clouds had already formed in the sky above. By the time I made it out to Tempelhofer Feld…
Now in the peak holiday season, it is important to know how you may use your travel photos privately and commercially. Political debates in the European Parliament about the “Freedom of Panorama” created a public discourse in the past weeks. In this post we summarize the events and legal effect from a mobile photographer’s point of view.
This week’s part of our #ProCameraTravel campaign is an interview with Lars Wibranski, who solely used his iPhone and ProCamera to document his latest trip to Thailand. Ready for a dose of wanderlust?
Get ready for the sunny season: In the next couple of weeks, we will provide you with inspirational photographs, travel stories and trip tips.
Nobody wants to come back home from a trip and find shaky photos on his device. We all had that and know how annoying that is… Image Stabilization techniques can nowadays help a great deal in avoiding these useless shots.
With the forthcoming Solar Eclipse on Friday, we at ProCamera immediately thought of Matt Schwartz. He is an aspiring amateur astronomer and iPhone astrophotographer.
Today is the day ProCamera, in partnership with EyeEm, is going to announce the winners of the “Shots Of The Year 2014 Award“. In contrast to the theme of “simplicity”, selecting the 12 winning submissions wasn’t an easy task for the jury.
ProCamera, in partnership with EyeEm, is proud to announce the shortlist of the „Shots Of The Year 2014 Award“. After taking a close look at nearly 1500 submissions, the jury selected 100 photographs in a multi-stage process.
I’ve created this post from the perspective of a visual artist who uses mobile photography as a component in my practice. You might ask — how exactly does mobile photography feed into my work as a visual artist? I’m still exploring this, as mobile photography is a relatively new medium for me.