With the forthcoming Solar Eclipse on Friday, we at ProCamera immediately thought of Matt Schwartz. He is an aspiring amateur astronomer and iPhone astrophotographer.
Have you ever taken an iPhone photo of a stunning view, but for some reason the photo didn’t work out as you expected? Most iPhone photographers have had that experience, because the views that look great in real life don’t necessarily result in great landscape photos.
Manual Focus, HDR with Manual Bracketing Even more functions for manual control of the iPhone camera As the first update following our epic ProCamera 8 release, version 6.1 offers more than just usual fine-tuning and optimization for iPhones 6 and 6 Plus
Our ProCamera Manual is now available in German and Japanese.
The new TIFF format has caused quite a stir with lots of interest and questions about the feature. This post will hopefully answer a few of them.
Thank you to Mati Kohan from Tecno Talker for this beautifully shot and presented video guide of ProCamera 7!
We worked hard on the latest pack. The seven custom-made filters apply subtle color shifts to your photos, replicating analog negative and slide films. The filters support rather than overwhelm the frame. My personal favorite is Polachrome BM which adds a soft magenta wash to photos. You can see all seven in the animation above.
ProCamera 4.2 Update including improved Social Sharing, New Exhibition Feature and Adjustable Video Framerate
We’ve just released our latest ProCamera 4.2 update. The update has a number of new features and some performance and usability improvements. New and Improved Social Sharing We’ve completely re-written the Social Sharing section of ProCamera, bringing it into line with Apple’s sharing tools. It’s now much easier to share your ProCamera photographs through your…
How to copyright your iPhone photos with the ProCamera app | Tutorial
Inspired by Eric Kim’s now iconic 100 Things I’ve Learned about Photography article I’ve decided to make my own list for mobile photography. I couldn’t make it all the way to a 100, so here are my 50 things I’ve Learned about Mobile Photography over the past few years of shooting, editing and sharing with my iPhone. Feel free to add yours in the comments.