Stand out from the crowd with our brand new ProCamera MacBook Stickers. Place them over the illuminated Apple logo on the lid of your MacBook and it will transform it into a luminous aperture.
To celebrate the Easter holiday with you, we compiled a list of our TOP 10 ProCamera Easter Eggs. In line with the Easter theme, it includes ProCamera features that are already implemented in the app, but are just too good to go unnoticed.
HDR processing enables you to take photos with a greater dynamic range which translates into capturing more details in highlights and shadows. And now we launched the first 5-picture HDR as a free update for all existing vividHDR in ProCamera users.
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.
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.
The end of SOTY2014 Simplicity exhibition is drawing near. Each day new photos are added. Check them out here!
Since December 9th, mobile photographers have been sharing their interpretations of the concept of Simplicity on EyeEm in our “Shots of the Year 2014” Exhibition. Each day new photos are added.
It’s been a big weekend for a number of street photographers around the world who have just finished shooting for the #24HourProject – an annual event to document the global human condition in a single day.
We worked hard on the latest pack. The seven custom-made filters apply subtle color shifts to your photos, replicating analog negative and slide films. The filters support rather than overwhelm the frame. My personal favorite is Polachrome BM which adds a soft magenta wash to photos. You can see all seven in the animation above.
Our good friend Nate Park from iPhoneart.com has launched a new Kickstarter project that hopes to turn your iPhone photos into beautiful prints inspired by traditional Daguerreotype and Ambrotype processes.