With the forthcoming Solar Eclipse on Friday, we at ProCamera immediately thought of Matt Schwartz. He is an aspiring amateur astronomer and iPhone astrophotographer.
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.
Have you ever taken an iPhone photo of a stunning view, but for some reason the photo didn’t work out as you expected? Most iPhone photographers have had that experience, because the views that look great in real life don’t necessarily result in great landscape photos.
This week we are featuring two photographers whose beautiful images are featured on our AppStore Screenshots.
Our latest ProCamera spotlight is on the iphone astrophotography of Matt Schwartz. Incredibly, Matt shoots stunning photographs of the night sky, stars and moon equipped with only a telescope, iPhone and ProCamera 7.
We’re restarting our ProCamera spotlight series today with prolific blogger and photographer Tina Rice. Tina is the owner of Combo Apps: Mobile Extreme Editing, a fantastic resource for advanced photo app processing techniques and hardware guides.
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Our latest featured photographer is Berlin based Tal Shafik. His work references classical street photography with decisive moments framed through strong composition. We sat down with Shafik to chat mobile street photography.
Our latest ProCamera featured photographer is Fodor Zsolt. Zsolt is originally from Transylvania but now lives in Halmstad, Sweden He uses ProCamera to take photos and videos for his I Love Halmstad Facebook Page dedicated to finding beauty in his new home.
Oliver Lang is regarded as one of the masters of light within the mobile photography community. In this photo tutorial (originally posted on the Backspaces storytelling app). Lang shares a few insights into how he sees and experiments with natural light.