We are excited to bring you “In Focus” – a series that explores what happens when creative professionals and ProCamera come together. Visual artist Lance Hewison has directed the first episode featuring Berlin-based street photographer Martin U Waltz. Come explore the streets of Berlin with us.
Entering a new era: Our first iOS 11 release is all about “high efficiency” and embracing the future. ProCamera now fully supports the HEVC compression standard for videos and also for photos in the form of HEIF files.
Go on a virtual mini-vacation to the English countryside: ProCamera user Mark Allen went on a photography trip to the Lake District and came back with a beautiful series of calming landscape photos.
On August 21 2017, millions of people across the United States will be able to see a total eclipse of the Sun. We compiled a list of tips on how to best capture this special event with an iPhone.
As usual, the update brings completely new features as well as refinements to existing functionalities. This time, it’s about your favorite images, mirroring, RAW+JPEG, HDR, and a lot more…
In the third installment of our tutorial series, we cover ProCamera’s video mode, including resolution and frame rates. Everything you need to know to start your own iPhone video project…
ProCamera HD, our custom designed app for the iPad, has not just been optimized for iOS 10 and the new iPad Pro, but also got some great new features.
A few weeks ago, we started a photo experiment in collaboration with C 41 Magazine. The idea behind the project was to give 5 strangers from different backgrounds an iPhone with ProCamera and see what they come up with…
In this guest video tutorial you can learn a lot about professional landscape photography and the useful tools ProCamera provides for that.
As the holiday season is fast approaching, we compiled a list of personal product recommendations. We are constantly testing new photography tools and gadgets, that go well with ProCamera and smartphone photography in general. These are December’s top 5.