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…
In this guest video tutorial you can learn a lot about professional landscape photography and the useful tools ProCamera provides for that.
The iPhone 7 Plus is special: It’s the first iPhone to boast a dual camera setup. Today, we take a close look at the Wide, Tele, and Dual setting…
Raw capture and editing opens up a whole new area for iPhone photography. Based on the feedback in the last couple of days, it seems like you are just as excited about the new possibilities of RAW in ProCamera as we are.
In this quick video, we present the general functionality as well as the finer points of the new and streamlined focus & exposure controls.
To celebrate the Easter holiday with you, we compiled a list of our TOP 10 ProCamera Easter Eggs. In line with the Easter theme, it includes ProCamera features that are already implemented in the app, but are just too good to go unnoticed.
HDR processing enables you to take photos with a greater dynamic range which translates into capturing more details in highlights and shadows. And now we launched the first 5-picture HDR as a free update for all existing vividHDR in ProCamera users.
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.
Being able to control focus and exposure independently allows you to really control the look of your photo. Controlling the focus gives you ultimate control over which part of the image you’d like to be sharp and controlling the exposure greatly expands the creative possibilites over your photos.