Thank you to Mati Kohan from Tecno Talker for this beautifully shot and presented video guide of ProCamera 7!
Mobile Photography Magazine Celebrates its First Anniversary
We’re exited to bring you one of our most feature packed ProCamera updates to date with new TIFF file saving, Open-in functionality, high-res Instagram support and Shadows and Highlights correction tools.
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’re very excited to announce that ProCamera 7 is nominated for the Mobile Tech Awards 2014 in the “Entertainment & Lifestyle” category. The nominees are all innovative apps from Germany, Austria and Switzerland that were released in 2013. The awards ceremony will take place on March 18 in Munich at the MobileTech Conference 2014. If…
Image copyright Moblivious.com Since we released of ProCamera 7 in September last year we’ve received a number of reviews of the app from all around the world. We thought we’d consolidate a few of our favorite quotes and links into a short list. Thank you to all the writers below for taking the time…
Happy holidays to all our ProCamera users! Our latest update sees the return of the QR Code Scanner, EXIF Viewer and manual saving. We’ve also refined the focus and exposure (F/E) locking system, making it faster than ever.
Magenta Bug Update #1 Monday 17 December 2013 Thank you to the users that have contacted us about the magenta bug. Through extensive testing we’ve identified that the bug is related to the exposure lock control on the iPhone 5S. We have also found that the bug occurs in other camera replacement apps that provide…
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.