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.
While I’m a street photographer at heart, I often find myself drawn to the structure and form of architectural photography. In this article I want to share a few tips that help me when I’m looking for interesting buildings to photography
Here are three reasons why shooting in ProCamera helps you get better quality,
Oliver Lang is regarded as one of the masters of light within the mobile photography community. In this photo tutorial (originally posted on the Backspaces storytelling app). Lang shares a few insights into how he sees and experiments with natural light.
We’re excited to introduce the ProCamera community to photographer and self-described ‘creative tinkerer’ Brian Townsend.
Soon after the release of our ProCamera 4.1 update, Japanese blogger Siso shared his in-depth photo review posts of the new two-step Exposure Boost feature. He kindly agreed to us reposting both articles on the ProCamera site.
We’re very excited to announce the release of ProCamera 4.1 with two new features to give photographers even more creative possibilities when shooting with the iPhone. New Exposure Boost! The first feature is a two-step Exposure Boost that allows you to take high-quality shots at night. To turn on the Exposure Boost first go into…
Yes, it’s almost April but most of Europe remains within a deep winter slumber. There has been a lot of snow over the past week around England, with plenty falling here in Derby, UK. As I usually live in Australia (where there is very little snow), I’ve jumped at the chance to get out there and capture this new found winter wonderland.
ABC TV has featured ProCamera as one of the best apps for taking control of your iPhoneography! In the video, Theresa Escobedo, who teaches iPhoneography at Houston Centre of Photography, recommends ProCamera as the best app for focus and exposure control to improve lighting in your photos. Escobedo’s other great tips include 1. Be sure…
Over the past few years shooting with the iPhone and ProCamera one of the most questions I get asked is: why are your pictures sharper than most?