Here’s our latest showcase of photographs from the #ProCamera tag on Instagram.
Here’s our latest showcase of photographs from the #procamera tag on Instagram. From classic black and white street portraits to sublime landscapes, the photos show us the incredible skill of mobile photographers from the global community.
While I’m a street photographer at heart, I often find myself drawn to the structure and form of architectural photography. In this article I want to share a few tips that help me when I’m looking for interesting buildings to photography
Photo Copyright Forbes Forbes have included ProCamera in a recently published list of their favorite iOS and Android camera replacement apps. Here are a few of the kind quotes highlighting why they included the app: “ProCamera is chock full of geek-worthy details and functionality”. “You have the flexibility to shoot in 3:2, 1:1 and…
We were recently contacted by Jose Martos and Carolina de Britos from mobile photo agency Shoot and Inspire. The duo had recently exhibited their mobile photography at Fotogenio 2013, one of the leading photography festivals in Spain.
Ever since we introduced the Instagram Square Prepare feature into ProCamera we’ve seen an explosion of photos uploaded to the #ProCamera tag. With nearly 30,000 photos tagged, we’re showcasing some of the exceptional and creative photographs that you’ve taken with the app.
Here are three reasons why shooting in ProCamera helps you get better quality,
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.
We’re excited to introduce the ProCamera community to photographer and self-described ‘creative tinkerer’ Brian Townsend.