It was great to see new #lowlightplus photos roll in from all around the globe in the last couple of weeks. Now, the 3 winners of June’s Instagram challenge are announced. Thanks to all who participated.
With our LowLight Plus camera mode, you are able to take photos that would not have been possible in the past. Now, we’d love to see your favorite LowLight Plus photos. That’s why we are starting a theme based Instagram Photo Challenge.
The update once again brings a great combination of new features, refinements of existing features and a multitude of under-the-hood improvements.
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.
Tonkis are an innovative new way to print and frame your digital images from your iPhone. The photo is directly printed on one sheet of die-cut recycled cardboard. With a few quick and easy steps, the flat sheet takes the shape of a frame with your photo right in the center.
Here at the ProCamera office we even have photo related ideas during the coffee break. One of those ideas for the holiday break is the not all too serious ProCamera-Gingerbread-Packaging-DIY-Cardboard-Tripod. All you need to do is…
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.
Let’s go for a dive with an iPhone, ProCamera, and an underwater housing.
Following our major late summer update, we are back again with even more goodness for iOS 9 and the new iPhone 6 S and 6 S Plus.
As some of you already have their new devices, we worked fast to support 4K Video and 3D Touch as soon as possible.
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.