Using a gray card is a fast and easy way to set an accurate white balance. A proper white balance eliminates unwanted color casts. In this post we present the ProCamera Gray Card and show how quick and easy it is to do a “gray card calibration” inside the app.
Being able to control focus and exposure independently allows you to really control the look of your photo. Controlling the focus gives you ultimate control over which part of the image you’d like to be sharp and controlling the exposure greatly expands the creative possibilites over your photos.
The semiautomatic SI mode builds a bridge between the automatic mode and full manual. In this blogpost we show how to get the best of both worlds: The speed of the automatic and the control of the manual mode.
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.
After PROCAMERA 8, our most epic update ever, we are happy to once again incorporate user suggested features. Besides various performance and stability improvements, Version 6.1.1 is packed with fine-tunings and the new capability to delete photos from the Camera Roll.
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.
As the first update following our epic ProCamera 8 release, version 6.1 offers more than just usual fine-tuning and optimization for iPhones 6 and 6 Plus: even more functions for manual control of the iPhone camera.
Our ProCamera Manual is now available in German and Japanese.
The new TIFF format has caused quite a stir with lots of interest and questions about the feature. This post will hopefully answer a few of them.