Wouldn’t it be great to take photos with your iPhone underwater? Grab your snorkel and come with us! We put an iPhone loaded with ProCamera inside an underwater housing and jumped into the Mediterranean Sea.
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.
Turning a unique moment into a physical object is always special. Not only can you preserve a beautiful instant, you may also share it with family and friends. Using the Polaroid Zip is a fun and easy way to get little instant prints directly from your iPhone…
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.
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.
Here at ProCamera we’re always on the look out for products that enable photographers to take better photos with their iPhone. The new Covr iPhone case does exactly that by helping street shooters remain discreet so they can capture natural, candid street photographs.
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…
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.